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         Welcome to Honest Don's Gun and Engine shop.  Here you'll find the latest and best (And oldest and worse. It's your call) of the weaponry from across North America and the world.  We have about anything you'll ever want......for a price.

Special Weaponry Rules.

A burst takes 3 rounds of ammo, although only 1 hit can be achieved.

Rifle Rules: A -1 to the roll result at ranges under 6.  At ranges past 10, the distance difficulty is only in halves  For instance 20 hexes, would only make it a +10 TH instead of +20.

Submachine-gun Rules. Each burst(Firing) only adds +1/2 to the firing modifier. Thus, 6 bursts, only increases the THN by 3.

Inferior Weapon: Jamms on a die roll of 1-2.  When rolling to unjam, if the roll result is a 1, the weapon is permanently jammed/broke.

When a automatic rifle is fired in it's automatic setting (burst) the negative impact of the rifle is null and the bonus at long range, kept.

Full-auto rules are that past range 10, the increases for range are halved.  For example 20 hexes, the THN is only 10 and not 20.

Concealable handgun: A -1 to the roll result when firing past 5 hexes.  Can be carried in addition to the two sidearms as normal without penalty.   Also, when concealed, anyone past a range of 5, cannot tell if the person is carrying it.

Light Weapon.  A -1 when avoiding shock.  The BTN is only 78 (VS 8), when shot with this weapon.

Bayonet.  Allows a knife attack at range 0 and 1 with a +1 difficulty.

Shotgun Pistol Rules:  No TH penalty for firing more than 1 shot.  +1 to the roll result when firing at 3 hexes or less. Even at 4-5 hexes. -1 to the roll result on hex 6-7. cannot hit hex 8 and past.

Shotgun Rules: no TH penalty for firing more than 1 shot.  +1 to the roll result when firing at 4 hexes or less. Even at 5-6 Hexes. -1 to the roll result on hex 7-8. Cannot hit hex 9 and past.

Handguns.  Need a handgun? We got Colts, Smith and Wessons, Webleys, A few homebrewed cookups, and even a few of the new P-38 Walthers.

Name: Browning Hi-Power.  Manufactured by Browning Arms in Utah, FN in Belgium, and licensed for production in Ontario and Dixie.
Caliber:9MM Luger, .30 Luger and .40 Colt.
Magazine capacity: 13(9MM and .30 Luger) 10 (.40 Colt)
Penetration: 2
Reload time: 1/2 turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 4 shots per turn. (.40 Colt 3 per turn).
Special Rules: None.
History:
Users:  Ontario, Britain, Dixie all have begun production of this weapon (All however still serving alongside other rounds.  The .455 and .38 Webley's in Ontario and Britain, and the .45ACP in Dixie).     Highly prized among civilians, especially in the new .40 Colt.   Purchased in large numbers from Utah, by Hollywood to increase their current store of .40 Colt guns.

Name: Luger.  Manufactured under contract by Mauser in Germany.
Caliber:9MM and .30 Luger
Magazine capacity: 8
Penetration: 2
Reload time: 1/2 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 4 shots per turn.
Special Rules: None.
History:
Users:  Former primary handgun in the German military, now being phased out by the P-38.  Still see's use among many of Europe's militaries, such as Swedland, Norway and Switzerland.

Name: Walther P-38.  Manufactured by Walther of Germany.
Caliber: 9MM Luger.
Magazine capacity: 8
Penetration: 2
Reload time: 1/2 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 4 shots per turn.
Special Rules: None
History:
Users: Germany primarily, some are seeing service in the ISA, and in German attache units worldwide.

Name: Colt 1911. Manufactured under license and pirate-copied around the world. Primary manufacturer in Atlantic Coalition.
Caliber: .45 ACP, .38 Super, 9MM Luger and .40 Colt.
Magazine capacity: 7 (45), 8 (.38 Super, 9MM, .40)
Penetration: 2 (9MM, .40, 45) 3 (.38 Super)
Reload time: 1/2 turn
Rate-of-Fire: 3 shots per turn (.38 Super, .40 and 45). 4 Shots per turn (9mm)
Special Rules: None.
History:
Users: A front-line handgun in almost all of North America at least in some quantity.  Hollywood just introduced a new version, chambered to the .40 Colt round.   The ISA produces 1911's in both .45ACP and 9MM calibers. 

Name: Lebman conversion 1911.
Caliber: 38 Super, and .45ACP
Magazine capacity: 22 (.38), and 18 (45)
Penetration: 2(45) and 3(.38)
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire:  6 bursts per turn.
Special Rules: A +1 to the roll result when firing at a target 5 hexes or closer.
History:
Users: No official military users, this weapon is seeing increasing use with zeppelin boarders, due to it's firepower advantage, and where the close quarters negate the in-accuracy at range.

Name: Mauser Broomhandle.  Manufactured under license around the world.
Caliber: 9MM Luger,.30 Luger and .45ACP
Magazine capacity: 10 rounds (.30 and 9MM luger) 6 (.45ACP) Detachable magazines in 10, and 20 rounds. Occasionally 40 rounders.
Penetration: 2.(All)
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 4 shots per turn (.30 and 9MM) 3 shots per turn (.45)
Special Rules: A +1 result to the roll result when firing at a target 5 hexes or closer.
History:
Users: Primarily civilian.

Name: Mauser Automatic Broomhandle.
Caliber: 9MM Luger, .30 Luger and .45ACP
Magazine capacity: 10, 20 and 30 rounds (All)
Penetration: 2 (All)
Reload time: 1/2 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 4 bursts per turn (All).
Special Rules: A +1 to the roll result when firing at a target 5 hexes or closer.
History:
Users: China is a large user of .45ACP versions. Other than that, most users are private, or specialized miltiary units.

Name: Colt Pocket Pistol (1903, 1908)
Caliber: .32ACP  and .380 automatic.
Magazine capacity:8(32) and 7(.380)
Penetration: 1 (All)
Reload time: 1/2 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 4 shots per turn (all)
Special Rules: Concealable Handgun. Light Weapon.
History:
Users: No naiton has officially adopted these guns.

Name: Double-Barreled Shotgun pistol.
Caliber: 12 Gauge.
Magazine capacity: 2
Penetration: 1
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 2 shots per turn.
Special Rules: No TH penalty for firing more than 1 shot.  Shotgun pistol Rules.
History:  Although manufactured worldwide, under dozens of manufacturers, this weapon is a universal.  Found in almost every boarding action made against zeppelins.
Users: No military users.

Name:  Colt Single-Action Army.  Manufactured in Texas and the Atlantic Coalition.
Caliber: .38 special ,.357 magnum, .44 special, .45 long colt, .455 webley++
Magazine capacity: 6 (all).
Penetration: 2 (all except .357). 3 (.357)
Reload time: 1 1/2 turns.
Rate-of-Fire: 2 shots per turn.
Special Rules: +1 on the firing results when firing only 1 shot, combined with a DE of 5 or higher.
History:
Users: No official military users, but in heavy use by civilians.


Name: Smith&Wesson Revolver
Caliber:  .32-20, .38S&W/38Webley, .38 special, .44special .45ACP, .455Webley. .357Magnum
Magazine capacity: 6 (all)
Penetration:  2 (.32-20, all .38's, .44 special .45ACP, .455). 3 (.357 magnum)
Reload time: 1 Turn (All except .45ACP).  1/2 Turn .45ACP.
Rate-of-Fire: 3 shots per turn (.32-20,All .38's). 2 (.357 Magnum.44 special, .45ACP, .455 Webley)
Special Rules: None.
History:
Users: Dixie issues .38 special and .45ACP revolvers to it's armed forces along with the 1911 and Hi-Power.  Other than secondary status among some nations, it is primarily a civilian weapon.

Name: Colt Revolver
Caliber: .38 special, .357 Magnum, .44 special, .45 Long Colt, .45ACP, .455 Webley.
Magazine capacity: 6 (All)
Penetration: 2 (all except .357). 3 (.357 magnum).
Reload time: 1 Turn (Except .45ACP). 1/2 turn (45)
Rate-of-Fire: 2 shots per turn (Except .38 special). 3 shots-per-turn (.38).
Special Rules:
History: 
Users:  Dixie issues .38 special and .45ACP revolvers to it's armed forces along with the 1911 and Hi-Power.  Other than secondary status among some nations, it is primarily a civilian weapon.

Name: Tokerov TT-33.  Manufactured under license in almost all Bolshevik nations.
Caliber: 7.62 Tokerov.
Magazine capacity: 8
Penetration: 2
Reload time: 1/2 turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 5 Shots per turn.
Special Rules: None.
History:  A decently powerful handgun, it fires a somewhat small, .30 caliber round, but at high velocity.   Although originally designed in the USSR, all Red nations have set up manufacturing bases.  Even the White Russian Federal Republic of Georgia has begun production, due to the commonly found ammunition and rugged design.
Users: The USSR, Federated Republic of Georgia, Peoples Collective, and all other Red factions. Also used as captured weaponry in other nations.

Name: Walther PPK. Produced in Germany and in license in several other nations.
Caliber: 32ACP, and .380.
Magazine capacity: 7(32), 6(380)
Penetration: 1 (both)
Reload time: 1/2 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 4 shots per turn.
Special Rules: Concealable Handgun. Light Weapon.
History:  Designed as a concealable weapon, this slim package is rapidly gaining favor worldwide as a concealed handgun.
Users: Officially issued by the German military as a officers, or secondary weapon, the largest users are civilian.

Name: Nambu.  Made in Japan.
Caliber: 8MM Nambu
Magazine capacity:  8 rounds
Penetration: 1
Reload time:  1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire:  5 shots per turn.
Special Rules:  Light Weapon.
History: A small light automatic manufactured for the Japanese military, it sees little use outside of the "Rising sun".  It's light 8MM round makes it among the smallest calibers in military service worldwide.
Users: Japan is the only user of the Nambu, although the weapon is offered for export, very few buyers have purchased it.

Name: Bowan Custom "Bear-killer". Made in limited numbers in Sky Haven.
Caliber: .475 Bowan.
Magazine capacity: 6
Penetration: 3
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 1 shot per turn.
Special Rules:  When hit, the character automatically is automatically shocked.
History:  Created as a custom-made revolver in Sky Haven, by John Bowan.  It is converted from the Colt New Service revolver by boring out the barrel and cylinder of a .45 long colt revolver, to accept a custom .475 diameter round.   Of course this weakens the gun in general, so it is a low pressure round.  It fires a 300 grain bullet at a measly 690 FPS....But it usually anchors something in a single shot.
Users: No official users.

Name: Webley revolver.  Manufactured in Britain
Caliber: .38/200 and .455 Webley
Magazine capacity: 6
Penetration: 2
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire:  2 shots per turn (.455) 3 shots per turn (38)
Special Rules:  None.
History:
Users: Britain, and the Commonwealth use both weapons extensively.  Dixie also makes limited use of the weapon, as do many civilians and private companies.

Name: Nagant Gas Seal Revolver. Manufactured in small numbers in Red nations.
Caliber: 7.62 Nagant.
Magazine capacity: 7
Penetration: 1
Reload time: 1 1/2 Turns.
Rate-of-Fire: 3 Shots per turn.
Special Rules: None.
History:
Users: Most red naitons use this weapon, although it is attempting to be replaced by the TT33.

Name: Webley-Fosberry Automatic Revolver
Caliber: 38ACP, and .455 Webley.
Magazine capacity: 8 (.38)and 6(45)
Penetration: 2
Reload time: (1 Turn)
Rate-of-Fire: 4 shots per turn (38) 3 shots per turn (455).
Special Rules:
History:
Users:  Not a military weapon, it only sees use in private hands.

Name: Pistolet wz. 35 vis.  Produced in Poland and exported throughout Europe.
Caliber: 9MM Luger
Magazine capacity: 8.
Penetration: 2
Reload time: 1/2 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire:  4 shots per turn.
Special Rules:
History:
Users:  Poland is the largest user.  However prior to the 1937 uprisings, Estonia, and Latvia also purchased the weapon.  And it also is exported throughout eastern Europe.

Name:  Bowan "Devastator" 12 Guage Pistol. Made in limited numbers in Sky Haven.
Caliber: 12 Guage.
Magazine capacity: 5
Penetration: 1
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 2 Shots per turn.
Special Rules:  Shotgun pistol rules.
History:  Although a "standard" 12 guage double barreled pistol, John Bowan's model is well liked amongst the Sky Haven inhabitants, due to his smooth slicking up of the actions, and addition of custom features.
Users:  In heavy use by Pirate boarders.  Worldwide, albeit many are of differant manufacturers.

Name: Astra 400.  Manufactured in Spain.
Caliber: 9MM Luger/Largo/
Magazine capacity: 8.
Penetration: 2
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 2 shots per turn.
Special Rules: +1 to the roll result when firing.
History:
Users: Both sides in Spain use this weapon heavily, and it is a sought after weapon worldwide, due to it's comfortable recoil and good accuracy.

Name: K-14.  Manufactured in Hollywood by Khan Industries.
Caliber:  9MM, .38 Super, .40 Colt, and .45ACP.
Magazine capacity: 14 (45), 16 (.40), 18 (9MM and .38)
Penetration: 2 (9mm, .40 ,.45) 3 (.38 super)
Reload time: 1/2 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 3 shots per turn (.38 , .40, .45) 4 (9mm)
Special Rules:
History:
Users:  Hollywood has purchased a number of these in both .40 and .45 for both testing, and issue to elite units.    A number of nations have looked at the pistols with great interest, and there is good likelihood that Khan Industries may soon win a military contract.  Until then however, sales are brisk in the civilian market.   

Name:K-Commander. Manufactured in Hollywood by Khan Industries.
Caliber:9MM, .38 Super, .40 Colt and .45ACP.
Magazine capacity: 8(9MM, 38, 40) and 7 (45)
Penetration: 2 (9MM, .40 and .45) and 3 (.38 Super).
Reload time: 1/2 turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 3 shots per turn (.38, .40, .45). 4 (9mm)
Special Rules:  Concealable handgun.
History:
Users: The K-Commander is in use by a number of Khan Industry personal.  It is quite popular amongst the pilots, as it allows a compact, yet powerful sidearm to be carried.    It is also in use by a number of security personal, who carry it as a backup weapon.

  Submachine Guns.  We just got in a new shipment of Thompsons, straight offa the assembly line..Eh..just don't try to sell one very soon.



Name: Thompson Submachine gun. Manufactured in dozens of nations worldwide.
Caliber: .38 Super, .40 Colt and .45ACP.
Magazine capacity: 20, 30 or 50 rounds.
Penetration: 2 (.40 Colt and .45ACP) 3, (.38 Super)
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 5 Bursts per turn.
Special Rules:  Submachine gun Rules
History:
Users: Used by almost every nation in the world. Exceptions being the Red nations and Germany.

Name: MP-38. Manufactured by numerous companies in Germany. Licensed in the ISA.
Caliber: 9MM Luger.
Magazine capacity:  32.
Penetration: 2
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire:  4 bursts per turn.
Special Rules: None.
History:
Users: Germany is the primary user, although the ISA also produces limited numbers of them.

Name:  Lanchester Submachinegun. Produced in England, and under license in Ontario.
Caliber: 9MM Luger.
Magazine capacity:  32 or 50 rounds.
Penetration: 2
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 4 Bursts per turn.
Special Rules: Submachine gun Rules.
History:
Users: Britain, Ontario and Dixie all make use of the Lanchester.  Dixie less, due to it's high cost (Rivalling that of the Thompson).

Name: PPSh-41,  Produced in the USSR. Licensed in the Peoples Collective.
Caliber: 7.62X25
Magazine capacity: 71 or 35 rounds.
Penetration: 2
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 8 bursts per turn.
Special Rules: Submachine gun Rules.
History:
Users: The USSR and all red nations are users of this weapon.  However it is fairly new, and only common in the USSR.  However the Peoples Collective has converted a industrial complex to this new weapon. Meaning it may become a common North American weapon soon.

Name: Owen  Submachine gun.  Designed in The Commonwealth of Australia and copied.
Caliber: 9MM Luger.
Magazine capacity: 32 rounds.
Penetration: 2
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 6 Bursts per turn.
Special Rules: Submachine gun Rules.
History:
Users: The Commonwealth of Australia issues this weapon quite widely.  The Republic of Australia likewise has taken the design and is manufacturing it.    Although in dire need in their own nation, some have made their way to Dixie in exchange for other armaments.

Name:  Type100 Machine Pistol.  Made in Japan.
Caliber: 8MM Nambu.
Magazine capacity: 30 rounds.
Penetration: 1
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 8 Bursts per turn.
Special Rules:  Submachine gun Rules. Light Weapon
History:
Users: Due to the relatively weak round, Japan is the only current primary user of the Type 100, although a few are known to be in use in other units, mostly pirates or mercenaries.

Name: Beretta M38.  Produced in Italy, and under license in Spain.
Caliber: 9MM Luger
Magazine capacity: 10, 20, 30 or 40.
Penetration: 2
Reload time: 1 Turn
Rate-of-Fire:  5 Bursts per turn.
Special Rules: Submachine gun Rules.
History:
Users: In use by Italy, and Nationalist Spain, this weapon has seen large exports to nations sympathetic (or soon to be) to the Italians.  Very widespread, consdering it has been in production barely a year.

Name: PP Degtyareva 34
Caliber: 7.62X25.
Magazine capacity:  35, 71.
Penetration: 2
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 6 bursts per turn.
Special Rules: Submachine gun rules.
History:
Users:  Primarily in use by Red nations.  Although a submachine gun, it is inferior to many models, and considered by some to be unreliable.   Currently being repalced by the PPSh 41.

Name:  Mas-38. Manufactured in France.
Caliber:  7.62MM Longue.
Magazine capacity:  32 rounds.
Penetration: 1
Reload time:  1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire:  5 Bursts per turn.
Special Rules: Submachine gun rules. Light Weapon
History:
Users: France is currently the only user of this weapon.  Even French Louisiana "politely" told them they were not interested in receiving this weapon.

Name: M3 "Grease gun". Manufactured in Hollywood.
Caliber: .40 Colt, .45ACP, 9MM
Magazine capacity: 30. (all)
Penetration: 2 (all)
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 4 bursts per turn.
Special Rules: Submachine gun rules.
History:  Designed by a GM engineer, his plans were rejected, with the ISA adopting the German MP-38.    Because of that, he packed up, and moved to Hollywood, with the intent of gaining backing.    It was found in a small, nearly out of business car parts manufacturer.    After a small initial run, representatives were called in from several nations.    After the first demonstration, along with cost-production ratio, Hollywood immediately placed an order for 60,000 of these submachine guns.    Since then, they have expanded their facilities, and have been accepting small orders from elsewhere, and so far Hollywood has not limited who can buy them.   As such, Hawaii, both sides in Australia, and a number of South American nations have used them.
Users: Hollywood is the largest user, although some have appeared in the hands of Hawaiin military, and numbers have also appeared across the Pacific.

Name: KE-2 "Sprayer".  Manufactured in Dixie by Khan Industries
Caliber: 9MM, .40 Colt.
Magazine capacity: Standard: 18 (9mm) 14 (.40).  Extended magazines to 40 rounds.
Penetration: 2 (both)
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 6 bursts per turn
Special Rules: Either Machine Pistol, or SMG rules, depending on stock attachment.
History:   Another "Khan special", it is a unique weapon.  It's tubular in appearance, however it is a moderately intricate weapon.  Complicated to make, but easy to maintain, it's nearly soldier-proof.     Although heavy when used in a handgun role, it is an effeciant small automatic weapon.   It has a high rate of fire, and is rapidly gaining users across the Pacific.
Users: Khan Industries guards use this weapon extensively.  It has seen moderate success as a sales weapon, and is quite popular in the Australian Civil War.





Rifles.  We have some new Johnson Automatics in the back.  But..if you don't got the money we have plenty of other stuff for you.

Name: Winchester 94 Lever action. 
Caliber: 30-30 WCF (Winchester Center-Fire)
Magazine capacity: 6
Penetration: 4
Reload time: 1 1/2 Turns.
Rate-of-Fire: 2 shots per turn.
Special Rules: Rifle Rules.
History:
Users: No military officially uses these rifles, although they are a popular civilian weapon, and serve in many rural sheriff's armorys.

Name: Winchester M1895.  No longer in production.
Caliber: .30-06, .303, 7.62X54R
Magazine capacity: 5
Penetration: 5
Reload time: 1 1/2 Turns.
Rate-of-Fire: 2 shots per turn.
Special Rules: Rifle Rules.
History:
Users:  Russia still has numbers of these in their armories and they are held in good regard.  They are still popular among those in the Southwest Ameria, due to their ruggedness and chambering in powerful cartridges. 

Name:  Winchester 1907 Self-loader. Made in various locations
Caliber: .351 WSL (Winchester Self-loader)
Magazine capacity: 5, 10, or 20.
Penetration: 4
Reload time: 1 Turn
Rate-of-Fire: 4 shots per turn.
Special Rules: Rifle Rules
History:
Users: The only nation that uses this weapon in any numbers is Texas, and that only to elite units. A number of other nations and private companies use them as guard rifles.

Name:  Remington Model 8 semi-auto. Made in New York, Columbia, and Pacifica.
Caliber: 30 and .35 Remington.
Magazine capacity: 5 (Both) Optional 20 round.
Penetration: 4 (both)
Reload time:  1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire:  3 shots per turn.
Special Rules:  Rifle Rules
History:  The Model 8 was designed before WW1 as a civilian weapon.  Although Remington never expected massive military contracts, it was somewhat disappointed by the Empire State's firm rejection of it even as a secondary weapon after the USA's breakup, prompting it to open facilities in Columbia and Pacifica.  Since then, the weapon is seeing more use, being more handy than a full-length rifle, and yet carrying more punch and accuracy than a submachine gun.
Users: No nation uses the weapon officially.  However sales have been strong to shipping lines for use as a guard rifle, combining power with ease of handling.  

Name: Arisaka.  Manufactured in Japan.
Caliber: 6.5X50 and 7.7X58
Magazine capacity: 5 (both)
Penetration: 4 (6.5) 5 (7.7)
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 1 shot per turn.
Special Rules: Rifle Rules.
History:
Users:  Japan is the primary user of the Arisaka, although limited numbers are in use with the SFER and Chinese.

Name:   Mauser K98.  Manufactured in Germany.
Caliber: 8X57MM Mauser.
Magazine capacity: 5
Penetration: 5
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 1 shot per turn.
Special Rules:  Rifle Rules. Bayonet.
History:
Users: Germany is the primary user of the K98.  However they appear worldwide in large numebrs through Germain "Aid packages".  The ISA thus far has not used it, due to their own supply of M1903 Springfields.

Name: Lee-Enfield. Manufactured across the Commonwealth.
Caliber: .303 British.
Magazine capacity: 10
Penetration: 5
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 2 shots per turn.
Special Rules: Rifle Rules.  Bayonet.
History:   The Lee-Enfield has served for over 30 years, the design dating to the late 19th century.  It has seen use across 4 continents and has a presence on all.
Users: Britain, Ontario, both sides in Australia, and every other Commonwealth member use them heavily. As do many middle-eastern nations, backwater nations, private companies,etc. 

Name: M1903 Springfield
Caliber: 30-06 Springfield.
Magazine capacity: 5
Penetration: 5
Reload time: 1/2 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 1 shot per turn
Special Rules: Rifle Rules.  Bayonet
History:
Users: In use in every nation across North America to some degree. Still a front-line issued rifle in all nations except the Empire State, whose active units are fully equipped with the Johnson.  The rest all issue them at some point.  Although Dixie, the ISA, Hollywood are phasing them out as new semi-auto rifles become available.

Name: Mosin-Nagant.  Manufactured in Russia
Caliber: 7.62X54R
Magazine capacity: 5
Penetration: 5
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 1 Shot per turn.
Special Rules: Rifle Rules.
History:
Users: All of the Russians currently use this weapon, as do the Baltic States (Alongside other weapons), the Swedland Confederation, China and all the nations bordering Russia.

Name:   Carcano
Caliber: 6.5X52.
Magazine capacity: 6
Penetration: 4
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 1 shot per turn.
Special Rules: Rifle Rules.
History:
Users: Italy is the largest user of the Carcano, although the Swedland Confederation has purchased small numbers to issue to units containing the Beretta M1936 rifle.

Name: Mas 36 Bolt action.  Manufactured in France. Licensed in Louisiana.
Caliber: 7.5X54.
Magazine capacity: 5
Penetration: 5
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire:  1 shot per turn.
Special Rules:  Rifle Rules.  Bayonet
History:
Users: Primary French rifle. Replacing the aging Lebels and Berthiers in French Service. And although in small numbers, have been sent to both Quebec and Louisiana.   Recently, French Louisiana also purchased the rights to build the new rifle.

Name: Berthier Rifle. Not currently in production.
Caliber:  8X50R Lebel.
Magazine capacity: 3 (Some 5)
Penetration:  4
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 1 shot per turn.
Special Rules:  Rifle Rules. Bayonet.
History:
Users:  France and her colonies are the largest users of this weapon.  Being outdated, and aging badly.  However numbers have been given to French Louisiana, and many are appearing in less legitimate hands around the world.

Name:  Pederson Device. Out of manufacture.
Caliber: .30 Long Pederson.
Magazine capacity: 30.
Penetration: 1
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 6 shots per turn.
Special Rules: Fires normal   Only a BTN of 7 to avoid shock.  Only usable to Hex 9. Past that it is in-effective.
History:
Users: There is no official users of this weapon.  In fact there isn't even many un-official users, although there is a few.

Name:  Johnson M1937 Automatic Rifle. Manufactured in the Empire State, and licensed in Pacifica.
Caliber: .30-06 Springfield.
Magazine capacity: 10.
Penetration: 5
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 3 shots per turn.
Special Rules:  Rifle Rules
History:
Users:  Primarily in use in the Empire State and Pacifica, where they are replacing the old 1903 Springfields.  However there is a lucrative black-market for them.  The Empire State also sold a small number to Texas for evaluation (A total of 9,000 rifles)

Name: M1 Garand.  Manufactured in the Atlantic Coalition, with a factory in Columbia, and licensing for sale.
Caliber: .30-06.  8X57MM Mauser, 7.5X54MM. 
Magazine capacity: 8
Penetration: 5
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 3 shots per turn.
Special Rules: Rifle Rules.
History:
Users: Currently the Atlantic Coalition is the only nation to be fully re-armed with the Garand.  It is also seeing some use in Dixie, Texas, the ISA, and Hollywood. In some for trials, and some, for use.     Dixie and the ISA are both looking hard at this new rifle for possible issuing.

Name: Gewehr 41. Manufactured in Germany.
Caliber: 7.92 Mauser.
Magazine capacity: 10 rounds.
Penetration: 5
Reload time: 1 Turn
Rate-of-Fire:  2 shots per turn.
Special Rules: Rifle Rules. Inferior Weapon.
History:
Users: Germany is currently the only user of this finicky semi-auto.  It is seeing only limited issuance, mainly for a part-time firepower advantage, but in small enough numbers, that should it fail, the squad would not be under-gunned.

Name: Mondragon Rifle.  Manufactured in Mexico and licensed in Nationalist China.
Caliber: 7X57MM Mauser. 
Magazine capacity: 8,10 fixed, or 20 and 30 round detachable.
Penetration: 5
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: Either 3 shots per turn on semi-automatic. Or 2 bursts per turn.
Special Rules: Rifle Rules.   When fired on burst (automatic) mode, the Rifle rules are negated. It also has the Inferior Weapon rule when used in a wet/muddy climate.
History:
Users: The Mexican army is the primary user of the Mondragon, although it sees use all over South America, and around the world, especially on zeppelins and naval ships where they can be kept out of the mud.

Name: FG-42. Manufactured in Germany, and the ISA.
Caliber: 8X57MM/7.92MM
Magazine capacity: 10 or 20 box.
Penetration: 5
Reload time: 1/2 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 2 shots per turn. or 3 bursts per turn,
Special Rules: Rifle Rules.   When fired on burst (automatic) mode, the Rifle rules are negated.
History:  The FG-42 was developed on special request by Herman Goerring, for use by his Paratrooper portion of the Luftwaffe.  The goal was to have a weapon capable of providing heavy fire after the initial drop.   However since then, the FG-42 has turned into a decent, viable weapon, and is seeing limited use in other areas of service.   It is however, expensive to make, and maintain, meaning that will not see widepspread use.
Users: Germany and the ISA are the only major users of the FG-42.  There is limited use by others, but most that in are use elsewhere were stolen, and are black-market weapons.

Name: RSC 1918.  Out of Production.
Caliber: 8X50R
Magazine capacity: 5
Penetration: 4
Reload time: 1 turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 2 shots per turn.
Special Rules:  Rifle Rules.  The -1  penalty result is not applicable.
History:
Users: France, French Louisiana, Quebec primarily. There is also a small following on the civilian market.

Name: Federov Avtomatv (Automatic) II. Manufactured in Russia, Georgia and SFER.
Caliber: 6.5X50.
Magazine capacity: 25
Penetration: 4
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 3 shots or bursts per turn.
Special Rules: Rifle Rules. Inferior Weapon.
History:   The Avtomat II is a direct descendant of the original Federov Avtomat, which was shelved in the mid 20's.    However in 1930, with the rise of zeppelins, and increasing use of aircraft, boarders and development of armored warfare, the Avtomat made a return.  However simplified and modified for ease of mass-production.      Production continued until the Politburo collapse, when both Georgia and the SFER seized some manufacturing equipment.    All the sides in Russia use this weapon, as do a large number of private companies and bands worldwide.    The main detracter is the weapons complexity, which often necesitates a armorer to fix, and thus limited it's issuance to elite units, or those who are close enough to a base to have them routinely fixed (Such as a zeppelin, ship,etc.)
Users: The USSR, SFER, and Federal Republic of Georgia all issue this weapon to some extant.  Mainly issuance is to elite units, where armorers are close by enough to fix them easily.

Name: Holek ZH29. Manufactured in Czechoslovakia.
Caliber: 7X57, 8X57, .30-06.
Magazine capacity: 5, 10 or 20 rounds.
Penetration: 5
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 3 shots per turn.
Special Rules: Rifle Rules. Inferior Weapon.
History:
Users: No nation uses it officially, however it is moderately popular across Europe in the form of corporate security.  The clean and protected enviroments aboard zeppelins, or inside buildings and vehicles protect it from the dirt and harsh conditions a field rifle would endure.

Name: AVS-36. Out of manufacture.
Caliber: 7.62X54R
Magazine capacity: 15 rounds.
Penetration: 5
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 2 shots or 4 bursts per turn.
Special Rules:  Rifle Rules. When fired in burst mode, the rifle negative rules are negated. Inferior Weapon rules+.  The weapon jamms on a roll result of 2 or less, and breaks if the second roll is 2 or less (VS the original 1 needed).
History:
Users: All nations of Russia use this weapon, although it is not a desired weapon, and is back-seated much of the time.

Name: SVT-38.  Manufatured in Russia.
Caliber: 7.62X54R
Magazine capacity: 10.
Penetration: 5
Reload time: 1 turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 3 shots per turn.
Special Rules: Rifle Rules. 
History:
Users: The USSR is currently the only manufacturer of this weapon.  Captured versions in use by the SFER and Georgia are highly sought after by the troops. 

Name: Beretta M1936.   Manufactured in Italy.
Caliber: 6.5X52.
Magazine capacity: 6
Penetration: 4
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 3 shots per turn.
Special Rules:  Rifle Rules. -1 Penalty is negated in this rifle.
History:
Users: Italy is the largest user of this weapon.  However some numbers have been purchased by the Swedland Confederation and a number of "Private" bands of German "Squadrons".

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Shotguns.   A good boarding weapon......BUT..if ye want to use it away from there...Ya better get pretty damned close.

Name:  Winchester 1897 Pump Shotgun.
Caliber: 12 Gauge.
Magazine capacity: 5
Penetration: 1
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 2 shots per turn.
Special Rules:  Shotgun rules.
History:
Users:  Used by almost every military worldwide.


Heavy Weapons:.
  If you want some heavy firepower, I'd go with the BAR.   If ye get one of those Mauser 1936's, they can take out any light armor you need. Know one guy who took down an aircraft with it.

Name: Browning Automatic Rifle. Manufactured around the world.
Caliber: .30-06, 8X57 Mauser, 7.5X54 French, 7X57 Mauser.
Magazine capacity: 20, (30 and .40 available but seldom used).
Penetration: 5
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 4 Bursts per turn.
Special Rules: Machine Gun rules.
History:
Users: All of North America uses the BAR, and many manufacture it.  French Louisiana and Quebec produce it now in the 7.5X54 round, while the rest use the .30-06.   It is also manufactured in Poland, Belgium, and used in many militaries worldwid in other calibers.

Name: Johnson Light Machine Gun.  Manufactured in the Empire State. Licensed in Pacifica.
Caliber: 30-06.
Magazine capacity: 20.
Penetration: 5
Reload time: 1 Turn
Rate-of-Fire: 4 bursts per turn.
Special Rules: Machine Gun Rules
History:
Users: The Empire State is again the largest user, Followed by Pacifica, while Texas has bought a number for evaluation.

Name: MG-34.  Produced in Germany, and licensed in the ISA.
Caliber: 8X57MM Mauser, .30-06.
Magazine capacity: Belted. Commonly 50 and 100 round drums.
Penetration: 5
Reload time: 1 Turn
Rate-of-Fire: 7 Bursts per turn.
Special Rules: Machine Gun rules.
History:
Users: Germany is the primary user, with the ISA licensing it to build.  With it's high rate of fire, and need in the military, Germany is not expected to license or sell the weapon in the near future.

Name: DP-28.  Manufactured in Red Nations
Caliber:  7.62X54R.
Magazine capacity:  47.
Penetration: 5
Reload time:  1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire:  4 Bursts per turn.
Special Rules:  Machine Gun Rules.
History:
Users: In use with almost every Red nation, and nation that borders Bolshevik territory.

Name: Lewis Gun.  Manufactured in Ontario and Australia
Caliber: .303 British and 30-06.
Magazine capacity: 47 or 97 (97 uncommon)
Penetration:  5
Reload time: 1 Turn
Rate-of-Fire:  4 Bursts per turn.
Special Rules:  Machine Gun rules.
History:
Users: Although technically replaced with the Bren, all Commonwealth forces still field the Lewis gun, India and Australia in large quantities.  Britain is turning out the last of the Lewis's before converting to Bren's and that equipment is likely going to be sold.    Most of the North American nations have switched to more modern weapons, however many still service on in French Louisiana and backwater militias.  

Name: FM 1924 M29. Light Machine gun. manufactured in France.
Caliber: 7.5X54 French
Magazine capacity: 25
Penetration: 5
Reload time: 1 Turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 5 Bursts per turn.
Special Rules: Machine Gun rules.
History:
Users: France is the largest user of this weapon. However large numbers have been given to French Louisiana and Quebec as well.   However both of those nations produce the BAR in 7.5X54.

Name:  M13 Mauser. Manufactured in Germany.
Caliber: 13MM (.50 caliber).
Magazine capacity: 5
Penetration: 6 (For ground combat.  Against "hard" targets, such as tanks: Standard ammo punches in 3 hexes. with AP ammo, the standard AP template for .50 is used).
Reload time: 2 Turns.
Rate-of-Fire: 1 Shot per turn.
Special Rules:  Rifle Rules.  Requires a second person to accompany gunner.
History:
Users:  The German Military issues this weapon to some extant, and it is seeing use in small numbers around the world.   Also selling amazingly well to private industries.

Name:  Panzerschrek Rocket Launcher.
Caliber:  ----
Magazine capacity: 1
Penetration: HE warhead causes 2 grenade explosions in target hex, and 1 grenade explosion in each surrounding hex. AP warhead penetrates 10.  For use against "hard" targets, see Crimson Steel Rules.
Reload time: 2 Turns.
Rate-of-Fire: 1 shot per turn.
Special Rules:  Requires assistant gunner to fire.
History:
Users: Germany is just beginning to issue this to their army in general, and full equipping with it won't be completed until late 1938.   The Swedland Confederation is using it in small numbers, as is the ISA and Spanish Nationalists.   It is a highly coveted black-market weapon.

Name: Rifle Grenade.
Caliber: ---
Magazine capacity: 1
Penetration: 2 Grenade explosions in target hex.    Minimum range of 10 hexes, maximum range of 30.
Reload time: 1 turn.
Rate-of-Fire: 1 shot per turn.
Special Rules:  Can be fired on any rifle modified to use rifle-grenades.  To fire=Aim at target hex. Roll against a BTN of 10-DE (Regardless of range). On a successful roll, it hits that hex, if not, user bomb-scatter template.
History:
Users: Many militaries use this weapon, however it is not popular among civilians.

Name: Lahti L39.  Manufactured in Swedland.
Caliber: 20MM.
Magazine capacity: 10.
Penetration:  HE=Only affects that hex.  Roll for 2 .30-06 hits, 3 .45ACP). AP, penetrates 7. Agaisnt "hard" targets, use .60AP template (See Crimson Steel rules).
Reload time: 2 Turns.
Rate-of-Fire: 2 shots per turn.
Special Rules:  Rifle Rules. At ranges past 20 hexes, it also gets a +5 TH bonus.  Requires assistant gunner.
History:
Users: Swedland makes the largest use of this weapon.  However Germany fields it in small numbers, as does the Erikson Confederation.   The Western Republic of Australia has expressed interest, and is looking to acquire building rights to this weapon.

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