As late as the 1990's there were still used models of
the venerable Beretta and Webley for sale (particularly
in pawnshops and on the black market). The same can be
as-sumed for 20th century weapons in 21st century- large
numbers of "obsolete" weapons that can be found
at reasonable prices in any pawn shop. Prices are usually
half that of a comparable new weapon of the type,
although final price is up to the Referee.
S&W Combat Magnum
P 1 J C 2D6+ 3 (.3S7) 6 2 VR
Designed for US Border Patrol use. the Combat Magnum is a
popular choice among police officers. Its "small
frame" and reliable action make it a best seller.
P 0 J C 4D6 (.44) 6 1 ST
An excellent .44 revolver, used in home defense and
police work. It's long barrel makes it hard to conceal.
Colt .45 "Peacemaker"
P 0 J R 2D6+2 (.45) 6 1 VR
The gun "that won the West", the .45 was the
most common US sidearm throughout the 1800's. A single
action weapon, it must be cocked before firing, although
later models had a flattened hammer allowing the gun to
be fired by "fanning" the hammer.
Colt .38 Detective
P 1 J C 1D6+ 2 (.38) 6 1 VR
The most commonplace police weapon for many years, the
Colt .38 has many variants, including the smaller
"Chief's Special". With their high reliability,
there are many of these guns still in circulation.
C.O.P. .357 Derringer
P 0 P C 2D6+3 (.357) 4 2 VR
Designed as a "holdout" for law
enforcement agents, the COP uses a unique revolving
firing pin arrangement. It's small size makes it easily
SMG 2 J C 2D6+1 (9mm) 30 20 VR
Developed by the Israelis as a reliable export weapon,
the Uzi is used worldwide by security forces, the US
Secret Service, police and (unfortunately) terrorists and
SMG 2 J P 1D6 (.25) 20 25 VR
A standard military sidearm for the Soviet Bloc, the
Skorpion is the worid's smallest military SMG. It's small
ammunition size gives it excellent controllability. It is
easily silenced and can be carried in a shoulder holster.
Ingram MAC 10
SMG -1 J C 2D6+2 (.45) 30 S UR
A very small SMG used by covert units and terrorists. It
can be easily silenced. However, it's very large ammo
size makes it very difficult to control when on full
H&K MPS & MP5K
SMG 1 L C 2D6+1 (9mm) 30 20 ST
Two examples of the H&K family of interchangeable
SMGs, both share parts and design similarities. The MP5K
is a very small version of the MP55D3, which has a built
SMG 2 N C 2D6+2 (.45) 30 20 VR
Standard US military SMG during WWII, the Thompson is
rugged, reliable and easy to use. The M1928 version, of
gangster fame, was less reliable (UR), but could carry a
5O round drum magazine.
SMG 0 C R 4D6 (5.56) 30 20 ST
A bullpup configured SMG designed to be fired one handed.
The Bushmaster uses the M-16A1 clip, making it
technically closer to an assault rifle than a
RIF 0 N E 6D6+2 (7.56) 20 21 VR
Standard NATO rifle. A very deadly assault weapon,
durable and handles well.
AK 47, AKM, AKMS
RIF 0 N E 5D6 (7.565) 30 20 VR
Standard Soviet military rifle, exported worldwide,
particularly to Soviet client-slates. Reliable, rugged,
but rather difficult to control, the AK-47 is probably
the most well known weapon of it's type in the world.
M-16A & M-16A2
RIF 2 N C 4D6 (5.56) 30 25 UR
Standard US military rifle since the 1960's, the M-16 has
high accuracy and a staggering ROF. A built in
"tumble" effect compensates for the light 5.56
round. Earlier M-16 models were cantankerous and
unreliable in the extreme, with an accuracy of 1, not 2.
The Ar-15 and the AR-180 are civilian models used by
police and home defense.
RIF 2 N C 4D6 (5.56) 30 20 VR
A bullpup configured rifle using high tech plastics and
aluminum, the AUG is the wave of the future. The scope is
built in, giving it great accuracy, while it's rugged
plastic construction gives it reliability and strength.
RIF 3 N C 5D6+ 1 (30-06) 5 1 VR
A basic scoped hunting rifle, used to hunt deer.
SHG 0 N R 4D6 (00) 10 10 ST
Close in Assault Weapon, designed for house to house
work, crowd suppression. Scope is built in. making it
very accurate for type.