The Town version of one of the most widespread rifles ever
|Ranged Weapon Table|
(DX-4 or most other Guns at -2)
|6||Z&D Custom Enfield SMLE .303||6d+2 pi||4||800/3,300||10.6/0.7||1||10(3)||10||-5||3||$2,100||4||16|
Notes: all Town-made firearms have changeable bronze barrels. If the barrel is not changed after 200 rounds fired, the weapon suffers penalties of -1 to Acc and -1 Malf per further 100 rounds fired. Spare barrels weigh and cost 20% of the basic gun weight and cost. They take 5 turns to change – but if changed just after being fired may be hot enough to burn unprotected skin for 1d minutes of moderate pain.
The Lee Enfield Short magazine Mark III was one of the most widespread rifles of all time, with over 11 million of all variants made across the British Commonwealth. It’s Hamid Dera’s favorite weapon to handmake – he uses walnut or oak wood for the stock and grip as well as a brass reciever section and a bronze barrel, then paints the metalwork with a metal flake paint containing gold, silver or steel. The gun can fit a 1.3 lb sword bayonet (Reach 1,2*)