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Great Lakes Goods

Page history last edited by Michael 2 years, 7 months ago

 

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     These are of course very general costs; transportation expenses, seasonal variations, supply and demand will all affect these. Prices are in dollars, which consist of pre-Atomic War American and Canadian coinage, and Norcross dollars.

     Few stores outside the largest towns will carry this whole list. And importantly:  this is just to speed up the game, so players can root around in the inventory on their own. The referee retains the right to say, "Nope, none of those available, sorry."

 

     Availability:  for an ordinary walk-in customer, not known to the seller nor part of their organization, this is the chance as a POWxN%, of at least one item being available. Of course, some locations will have better availability, and having good contacts will also help.

     Trade Markup:  prices increase as the difficulty and danger of transport increase. Prices for items produced in Bastion will be increased by 50% to 100% in the far North; items shipped to remote or dangerous places will have prices up to ten times (10x) the prices shown. And of course, raw materials are purchased for one-quarter or one-half of what they're sold for in major cities.

 

Clothing

 

     Availability:  this represents items in your size and usable condition. If you don't care about size, bump the multiplier up by x3 (from x1 to x4, x4 to x7, etc.). Of course, some locations will have better availability, and having good contacts will also help.

     The usual fabrics materials are sheepskin, buckskin, horse hide, elk hide, goat skin, linen, wool, and hemp. Black, bright (bleached) white and saturated colors (dark blue, bright red, etc.) are expensive, especially for linen (which doesn't take dyes well) -- cost x2, or x3 for linen clothing.

 

Clothing 

item

avail.

mass, kg

cost

hemp jeans

x10%

 

$2

linen jeans

x7%

 

$4

hemp jacket

x7%

 

$2

linen jacket

x4%

 

$4

hemp bib overalls

x7%

 

$3

linen bib overalls

x4%

 

$6

hemp coveralls

x4%

 

$4

linen coveralls

x1%

 

$8

wool coat, with flannel lining

x4%

 

$2

wool pants, with flannel lining

x1%

 

$2

oilcloth trousers, tan or black

x4%

 

$2

oilcloth bib overalls, tan or black

x1%

 

$3

oilcloth coat, tan or black

x4%

 

$2

leather chaps (armor value 1)

x4%

 

$1.50

oilcloth pommel slicker, tan or black

x4%

 

$3

express coat, flannel-lined heavy oilcloth, tan or black (armor value 1)

x1%

 

$4

sou'wester hat, oilcloth, tan or black

x1%

 

$0.25

linen duster

x4%

 

$4

shoes, nice leather lace-up

x1%

 

$5

low boots, lace-up or engineer boots

x7%

 

$3

plow shoes (for miners, lumbermen, farmers, etc.)

x7%

 

$2

pac boots (10" tall lace-up boots, hob nails)

x4%

1.2

$5

rubber-soled sandals (made from truck tires)

x10%

 

$0.25

moccasins

x10%

 

$0.50

gaiters, soft leather or canvas

x4%

 

$1

socks, wool

x7%

 

$0.25

lumbermen's extra-heavy wool socks, per dozen

x4%

 

$4

heavy flannel pullover shirt, with breast pocket

x1%

 

$1

dress shirt (wool or linen)

x1%

 

$2

fancy vest

x1%

 

$1 - $4

wool turtleneck sweater

x1%

 

$1

robe, linen or light wool

x1%

 

$3

trouser belt, leather

x4%

 

$0.50

suspenders, fabric (non-elastic)

x4%

 

$0.25

suspenders, leather

x4%

 

$0.35

neckties, old silk

x1%

 

$0.10

corn husking gloves, leather

x1%

 

$0.40

wool mittens

x4%

 

$1

underdrawers, wool

x4%

 

$0.75

underdrawers, linen

x1%

 

$1.50

undershirt, wool

x7%

 

$0.75

undershirt, linen

x4%

 

$1.50

 

Odds and Ends

 

Odds and Ends 

item

avail.

mass, kg

cost

iron bed for one person, with spring mattress, filled mattress, flannel sheets, wool blanket, and two feather-stuffed pillows

x10%

50

$19

iron bed for two persons, ditto

x7%

 

$24

bedroom rug, 12' by 9'

x10%

 

$3

wood dining chair, no arms

x10%

 

$0.50

school chair - wood, with arms and iron bracing; one arm has a book rest / writing surface

x4%

 

$2

padded parlor armchair

x4%

 

$4

office chair, with arms, stuffed pad, rotates on base

x4%

 

$5

office desk, wood, with four drawers

x4%

 

$7.50

large book case

x4%

 

$4

dresser, or file cabinet, with three drawers

x7%

 

$5

sturdy wooden footlocker, with hasp

x7%

10

$0.50

books (mostly older, good quality hardbacks or coated-paper magazines)

always

0.25+

$1.00+

Playboy magazine (or equivalent) with centerfold

x7%

0.1

$4+

hemp paper, 8" x 10", per ream

x10%

5.5

$3.5

hemp rope, 3/8" diameter, 100 meters; safe load 50 kg, breaking strength 600 kg

always

4.5

$1.00

hemp rope, 3/4" diameter, 100 meters; safe load 350 kg, breaking strength 2450 kg

always

25

$5.00

leather cartridge bag for 50 rifle shells or 25 shotgun shells

always

 

$1.50

bandolier, leather

always

 

$2.50

gun belt with cartridge loops

always

 

$1.25

smallest binoculars, 20th Century construction, 8x, a bit foggy and dinged up

x7%

0.6

$8.00

largest binoculars, 20th Century construction, 10x-40x zoom, a bit foggy and dinged up

x1%

2.0

$15.00

spy glass

x4%

 

$5.00

metal drinking flask, 1/2 pint

x10%

 

$2.00

collapsible metal drinking cup

x4%

 

$1.00

small floor safe, with combination lock and known combination; 45 cm x 45 cm x 70 cm tall

x1%

250

$20.00

padlock, small, with 1 key

x7%

 

$0.25

padlock, medium, pre-War, with 1 key

x4%

 

$1.00

padlock, big, pre-War, with 1 key

x1%

 

$2.00

keys copied

x7%

n/a

$0.10

hand cuffs

x1%

 

$4.00

lead-filled leather billie

x7%

 

$1.00

powder flask

x10%

 

$1.00

hunting knife with scabbard, 6" blade

always

 

$2.00

leather money belt

x4%

 

$1.25

one-half pound of pins

x10%

0.2

$0.40

wooden barrel, 42 or 53 gallon capacity

x4%

30 - 50

$2.50

bones, per ton

x4%

1000

$7.50

hay, per bale

always

45

$0.25

hay, baled per ton (22 bales)

always

1000

$4 - $6

hay, loose per ton

always

1000

$3 - $4

charcoal or coal, per bushel of 20 pounds (9 kg)

always

10

$0.20

firewood, per bushel, dry pine

always

10

$0.06

firewood, per cord, dry pine

always

864

$6.00

lubricating oil, per 5 gallon can 

x7%

20

$1.50

methanol, per 55-gallon barrel (includes weight of barrel, doesn't include cost)

x10%

165

$6.00

potash, per 42 gallon barrel (not including barrel cost $2.50, weight 20 kg) 

x10%

200

$4.00

potassium nitrate, per 42 gallon barrel (not including barrel cost $2.50, weight 20 kg) 

x7%

~200

$x.xx

lactic acid, 22% industrial purity, per 42 gallon (159 liter) barrel (not including barrel cost $2.50, weight 20 kg). Not for use in foodstuffs or beverages.

x7%

~160

$9

lactic acid, 50% technical purity, per 42 gallon (159 liter) barrel (not including barrel cost $2.50, weight 20 kg). This is free of impurities for most purposes; it's also called "food grade" or "cosmetic grade".

x7%

~160

$18

lactic acid, 90% pharmaceutical purity, 20 liters (does not include weight and cost of glass carboy:   5 kg, $3)

x4%

~20

$23

acetylene gas, per 100 liters. Rarely sold, as it's safer to transport calcium carbide.

x1%

n/a

$0.10

ammonia, per 5 gallons (20 liters), not including cost and weight of container 

always

12

$1.60

borax (sodium borate), per kg in bulk 

x7%

1

$0.50

baking powder, per kg in bulk 

x7%

1

$0.40

calcium carbide, per kg in bulk. Dangerous when wet!

x4%

1

$0.25

baking soda (bicarbonate of soda, or sodium bicarbonate), per kg in bulk 

x7%

1

$0.20

soda ash (washing soda, soda crystals, or sodium carbonate), per kg in bulk 

x7%

1

$x.xx

nitric acid, 68% purity, per 5 gallons (20 liters), not including weight and cost of carboy 

x1%

19

$200

sulfuric acid, 32% purity, per 5 gallons (20 liters), not including weight and cost of carboy. Higher purities up to 80% are imported by request, thus very slow to appear. 

x1%

35

$150

lye (caustic soda, sodium hydroxide), per kg in bulk. Imported. 

x7%

1

$0.50

 

     In common North American practice of the 22nd Century, lactic acid is produced at breweries and distilleries, by fermentation of various plants (e.g. sugar beets, or potato starch for industrial grade product). The purest grade, 99% purity, is only a lab curiousity created at great expense. Only a few tons of technical grade lactic acid are produced each year at any given town, and only a few hundred liters of 90% purity lactic acid.

     The process used calls for high temperatures (around 65 C) to kill the bacteria, so copper or wood tanks are needed (steel tanks corrode quickly). Purification above 22% requires repeated crystallization via calcium lactate.

     Calcium carbide is created in an electric arc furnace, from a mixture of lime and coke, at 2200 °C. In turn, it's heated with water vapor to produce acetylene and calcium hydroxide. So-called "carbide lamps" drip water onto calcium carbide to make acetylene gas. A kilogram of calcium carbide will produce 311 liters of acetylene.

      Nitric acid can be produced using ammonia; ammonia gas is mixed with air and led over a catalyzing (usually platinum) bed heated red-hot at 130 psi. The gas is dissolved in water to form nitric acid. More often in the 22nd Century it's produced by dissolving nitrate salts in very strong sulfuric acid and distilling the product. In either case, it's a very energy-intensive process, calling for a lot of corrosion-resistant containers and pipes.

 

Livestock

 

Livestock

item

avail.

mass, kg

cost

cat

always

4.5

free!

goat

x10%

 

$2

adult sheep, not including wool

x10%

 

$2

colt

x7%

 

$6 - $8

unbroken (but milkable) adult horse mare

x7%

 

$12 - $20

unbroken adult stallion, or dry adult mare

x4%

 

$10 - $15

riding horse

x4%

 

$60

 

Electrical Gear

 

Electrical Gear

item

notes and game effects

avail.

mass, kg

cost

gas soldering iron

runs on methanol; includes 1 meter hose

x4%

1.7

$3

lamp socket with switch

salvaged, to mount Edison screw base light bulbs

x4%

0.3

$2

14 gauge 2-conductor wire

uncut, unspliced coil of 76 meters. Much cheaper in shorter lengths, salvaged from homes

x4%

7.3

$12

electric light bulb, 50 watts

new built, imported from Soo.

x1%

0.1

$10

 

Industrial Supplies

 

Industrial Supplies

item

notes and game effects

avail.

mass, kg

cost

custom iron goods

new-made iron products; this is just the cost of making the iron

x4%

1

$0.05

custom steel goods

new-made steel products; this is just the cost of making the steel

x4%

1

$0.50

steel angle iron

1.5" by 1.5", 0.125" thick, 20' long with holes at each end. The shop will cut them for $0.10 per cut; holes are drilled for $0.50 each hole. They have a lot of lighter stuff, as well, but not much heavier stuff in long lengths. This represents 20th Century salvaged goods.

x10%

11

$1.00 plus

$0.10 per cut

mild steel plate

the thickest available is 0.18" (7 gauge, 4.6mm, 10 armor points), delivered in plates 48" x 96". Merchants would rather not cut these. This represents 20th Century salvaged good.

x10%

109

$16

railway rail

59 kg per meter, price is for 24 meter length with holes at each end, but won't be much less for shorter lengths, due to difficulty in cutting them. Salvage.

x10%

1416

$10

expanded steel grating

typical is 1/2" spacing grid, 0.2" thick, sold in 48" x 120" sections. Salvaged goods.

x7%

26

$4 plus

$2 per cut

catwalk grating

typical is 0.6" deep, 48" x 120". Salvaged goods.

x4%

72

$10 plus $5 per cut

wire cable, heavy duty

probably taken off bulldozer logging winches, but definitely salvaged goods. 16mm thick, 46 meters long, safe load 4 tons, breaking strength about 16 tons.

x7%

49

$10

 

Protective Clothing

 

 Protective Clothing

item

notes and game effects

avail.

mass, kg

cost

leather elbow pads

padded soft leather, per pair, 1 point of armor

x4%

 

$0.75

leather knee pads

padded soft leather, per pair, 1 point of armor

x4%

 

$0.75

leather jacket

soft leather with some hard leather parts, 2 points of armor

x10%

2 - 2.5

$2.50

leather gauntlets

covers hand and forearm, 2 points of armor

x1%

 

$1

leather gloves

soft leather roping gloves, hard and soft leather, 1 point of armor

x7%

 

$1

leather shin guards

thick soft leather, with buckles, 2 points of armor

x4%

 

$1.25

leather pants

thick soft leather, with some hard leather parts, 2 points of armor

x1%

 

$1.50

full leather armor

covers everything but the head; 2 points of armor

x7%

 

$4

steel helmet

5 points of armor

x4%

1.6

$5

 

Staples

 

Staples

item

avail.

mass, kg

cost

mutton, per pound

x4%

0.45

$0.03

horse meat, fresh, per pound "prime steak grade"

x1%

0.45

$0.25

horse meat, fresh, per pound "medium grade for roasting"

x4%

0.45

$0.19

horse meat, fresh, per pound "basic grade for soup"

x7%

0.45

$0.05

horse meat, salted, per pound

x10%

0.45

$0.09

sausage, per pound

x7%

0.45

$0.12

lard, per pound

x7%

0.45

$0.12

fish, per pound (varies by season)

x10%

0.45

$0.02

butter (horse or mutton, usually), per pound

x4%

0.45

$0.15

cheese (horse or mutton, usually), per pound

x7%

0.45

$0.10

fruit, per pound (varies by season)

x4%

0.45

$0.08 to $0.15

vegetables, per pound (varies by season)

x10%

0.45

$0.02 to $0.8

grain (wheat, rye, oats, barley, corn), per bushel (about 60 pounds)

x10%

27

$0.30 to $1.20

flour and meal,  per pound

x10%

0.45

$0.01 to $0.02

coffee, per pound (made from tobacco, acorns, dandelion roots, and barley)

x4%

0.45

$0.20

common salt, per pound

x7%

0.45

$0.05

hard bread, per pound

x10%

0.45

$0.10

soft bread or pancakes etc., per pound

x7%

0.45

$0.20

vinegar, per pint

x7%

0.4

$0.03

hot sauce, per pint (not super hot)

x7%

0.4

$0.15

soap, per pound

x7%

0.45

$0.10

water, potable, per pint (four pints a day needed)

always

0.473

free

water, distilled or filtered, per pint (four pints a day needed)

always

0.473

$0.01

beer, per pint

always

0.5

$0.05

wine, per pint

x10%

0.5

$2.00 +

apple cider, per pint

x4%

0.5

$2.00

shot of whiskey (1.5 ounces, 44 milliliters):   available as "corn whiskey" and "rye whiskey"

always

n/a

$0.15

two shots of whiskey (minimum for a "free lunch")

always

n/a

$0.25

pint bottle of whiskey (473 milliliters)

always

0.5

$2.00

fifth bottle of whiskey (750 milliliters)

always

1

$3.25

trade weed, per pound ... not very good

always

0.45

$0.75 - $2.00

tobacco (nicotiana rustica), per pound; very harsh

x7%

0.45

$2 - $4

 

Structures

 

     Prices for unfurnished log buildings are calculated as (with dimensions in feet):

 

  • (L x W) x 0.5 = first cost component, in dollars

  • (L+W) x 10 = second cost component, in dollars; if uninsulated or open-sided, halve this component cost

 

     Example:  an insulated log building 57' x 40' costs $1140 + $970 = $2110

 

     Cost does not include central heating, but does include a fireplace for some insulated buildings. For indoor plumbing, add $50 for each water closet (toilet and sink), or $100 for each toilet and bathtub or shower. This system is most appropriate for buildings less than 80' on a side, with one story.

     Each "Project member" adds to the total an iron bed with "all the trimmings", a bedroom rug, a school chair, a dining chair, a footlocker with pre-War padlock, a book shelf, a dresser, lamp socket and switch, and a light bulb:  $42. Add in their share of pots-and-pans, common area furnishings, tables, etc.:  call it $45 each.

     An "office" needs an office desk, office chair, a dining chair, a light fixture, light bulb, book case, and file cabinet:  $34.

     Wood frame buildings, with insulation and sturdy roofs appropriate to the Great Lakes or Canada, cost about the same as a log building. In areas where insulation isn't so important, and where nice long, straight trees are not cheaply available, the second cost component will decrease for a frame building, and possibly increase for a log building.

     Construction plans are mostly from http://www.public.iastate.edu/~mwps_dis/mwps_web/frame_p.htm

 

Tools

 

Tools

item

notes and game effects

avail.

mass, kg

cost

anvil, small

 

x10%

10

$3

anvil, medium

 

x7%

30

$4

anvil, large

 

x4%

45

$6

forge, portable small

45 cm diameter hearth

x7%

50

$15

forge, portable medium

70 cm by 100 cm hearth, includes water tank

x4%

150

$20

blacksmith's forge tool set

hammers, tongs, nippers, swages, fullers, cutters, stocks and dies, files, oil trough, bellows, etc.

x7%

100+

$30

bench drill

like a drill press, but hand-operated

x4%

15

$6

bench vise

10.5 cm maximum jaw opening

x7%

20

$6

grindstone

in wooden frame, with treadle

x4%

25

$2

buck saw

1 meter blade

x7%

1

$1

hand saw

0.3 m to 1 m blade, rip or crosscut, etc.

x7%

1

$0.20 to $0.75

soldering kit

several soldering coppers, lead-tin solder, charcoal or pine rosin flux, brush, etc.

x1%

4

$2

 

Watercraft

 

Vehicles 

item

notes

avail.

cost

canoe, wood

includes paddles for 2 people, can carry 230 kg of cargo, length 4.4 meters, width 0.9 meters; usually only lasts five years

x7%

$10

canoe, club

includes paddles for 16 people, capacity 17 persons, length 9.1 meters. Also used by Great Lakes pirates.

x7%

$25

rowboat

includes two oars; capacity two people

x7%

$13

boat, folding

includes two oars; capacity two people; weight empty 16 kg, 3.7 meters long

x4%

$30

dingy

includes two oars; weight empty 55 kg, 3 meters long, 1 meter beam, capacity three people and 180 kg cargo

x4%

$23

cutter

includes four oars; weight empty 120 kg, 6 meters long, 1.5 meter beam, capacity eight people and 250 kg cargo. Hazardous charter $4 per day with crew, $1 without; insurance or surety bond of $25

x4%

$50

pinnace

includes six oars; weight empty 240 kg, 8 meters long, 2 meter beam, capacity twelve people and 500 kg cargo. Hazardous charter $5 per day with crew, $2 without. Insurance or surety bond of $65 required.

x4%

$130

launch

includes twelve oars; weight empty 1100 kg, 8.5 meters long, 2.1 meter beam, capacity 30 people and 4 tons cargo. Hazardous charter $6 per day with crew, $3 without. Insurance or surety bond of $100 required.

x4%

$225

longboat

includes ten oars, has good sailing qualities; weight empty 900 kg, 9.8 meters long, 2.1 meter beam, capacity 25 people and 3 tons cargo. Hazardous charter $6 per day with crew, $3 without. Insurance or surety bond of $100 required.

x4%

$225

barge, large

Can be leased for $16 per day.

x1%

$8,000

barge, medium

Can be leased for $8 per day.

x4%

$4,000

barge, small

Can be leased for $2.50 per day.

x7%

$1,200

lighter

Can be leased for $0.50 per day.

x10%

$100

scow barge

Can be leased for $2 per day ($1 per day for very used ones). Price as low as $250 for very used examples.

x7%

$1,000

scow schooner

Hazardous charter $7 to $60 per day; insurance or surety bond of $100 to $1000 required. Cost might be as low as $500 in very used condition.

x1%

$5,000

topsail schooner

Hazardous charter $135 per day; insurance or surety bond of $2000 required.

x1%

$10,000

steam launch

Hazardous charter $5 per day, along with insurance or surety bond of $100.

x4%

$400

steam boat 40'

Hazardous charter $20 per day; insurance or surety bond of $250 required.

x1%

$1,500

steam boat 60'

Hazardous charter $80 per day; insurance or surety bond of $1,000 required.

x1%

$6,000

steam boat 80'

Hazardous charter $200 per day; insurance or surety bond of $1,000 required.

x1%

$15,000

steam boat 100'

Hazardous charter $270 per day; insurance or surety bond of $2000 required.

x1%

$20,000

steam boat 150'

Hazardous charter $400 per day; insurance or surety bond of $2000 required.

x1%

$30,000

SS Badger

Hazardous charter $1000 per day; it couldn't be insured or bonded, but the contracting party would have to provide appropriate escort vessels and defensive measures.

no

no

 

Land Vehicles

 

Vehicles 

item

notes

avail.

cost

3/4 ton farm wagon

includes seat, brake, bows and canvas top, feed box, tool box, tongue, yokes. Body is 1 meter wide, 3 meters long. 360 kg weight empty

x10%

$45

1 ton farm wagon

includes seat, brake, bows and canvas top, feed box, tool box, tongue, yokes. Body is 1 meter wide, 3 meters long. 380 kg weight empty

x7%

$48

2-1/4 ton farm wagon

includes seat, brake, bows and canvas top, feed box, tool box, tongue, yokes. Body is 1 meter wide, 3 meters long. 500 kg weight empty

x4%

$55

harness for two draft horses

includes bridles, collars, belly bands, etc. for two horses side-by-side

x10%

$20

plain saddle

includes belly band, stirrups

x10%

$5

saddle blanket

wool felt

x10%

$1

bridle and reins

includes bit and halter

x10%

$2

 

Firearms

 

All of these use black powder unless noted.

 

Muzzle-loading Weapons

 

Cap-and-ball unless noted otherwise.

 

Flintlock Muzzle-Loading Weapons 

item

notes and game effects

avail.

mass, kg

cost

single-barrel 12 gauge shotgun

damage 4d4/2d4/1d4, maximum penetration 4

x4%

5

$10

double-barrel 12 gauge shotgun

damage 4d4/2d4/1d4, maximum penetration 4

x4%

6

$16

.75 caliber smoothbore musket

flintlock, damage 3d6+4

x4%

6

$9

.75 caliber smoothbore pistol

flintlock

x4%

1.1

$10

.58 caliber rifled pistol

Minie ball: 

x1%

1.1

$15

.58 caliber rifle

Minie ball:  damage 3d6+2, maximum penetration 8

x1%

4.5

$16 - $25

 

12 Gauge Cartridge Shotguns

 

12 Gauge Cartridge Shotguns 

item

notes and game effects

avail.

mass, kg

cost

single-barrel, rolling block

damage 4d4/2d4/1d4, maximum penetration 4

x1%

2.5

$32

single-barrel, break open

damage 4d4/2d4/1d4, maximum penetration 4

x1%

2.2

$40

double-barrel, break open

damage 4d4/2d4/1d4, maximum penetration 4

x1%

3.2

$64

double-barrel, break open, sawed-off

damage 4d4/2d4/1d4, maximum penetration 4, damage gates shorter

x1%

2.5

$40

single-barrel, smokeless

buckshot damage 4d6/2d6/1d6, maximum penetration 6

x1%

2.5

$64

double-barrel, smokeless

buckshot damage 4d6/2d6/1d6, maximum penetration 6

x1%

3.2

$100

pump-action smokeless

buckshot damage 4d6/2d6/1d6, maximum penetration 6, reliability lower than originally - this is a 20th Century weapon

x1%

3.3

$300

slamfire shotgun

usually 12 gauge, usually black powder

x10%

3

$2 - $5

 

Cartridge Longarms

 

Cartridge Longarms 

item

notes and game effects

avail.

mass, kg

cost

single shot rifle

bolt-action or rolling-block, usually; .45-70 and other calibers; not many will be available

x4%

~ 4

$70

heavy single shot rifle

bolt-action or rolling-block, usually; .58, .45-90 and other calibers; not many will be available

x4%

~ 5.5

$100

magazine rifle

bolt-action or lever action, .44-40, .45-70, and other calibers; not many will be available

x1%

~ 4

$100

 

Cartridge Handguns

 

Cartridge Handguns 

item

notes and game effects

avail.

mass, kg

cost

light revolver

usually a .38 Special or .44-40 caliber, 6 shots

x1%

~ 1

$50

ordinary revolver

usually a .45 Long Colt, 6 shots

x1%

~ 1.2

$75

 

Ammunition

 

Black Powder Cartridges

 

Black Powder Cartridges 

item

notes

penetration

damage

avail.

mass, kg

cost

.38 pistol

box of 50; Special cases

 

1d10

x4%

0.7

$50

.44-40

box of 50

 

1d10+2

x1%

1.1

$60

.45 Long Colt

box of 50

 

2d6+2

x1%

1.2

$75

12 gauge buckshot, brass hull

box of 10

4

4d4/2d4/1d4

x1%

0.6

$60

12 gauge buckshot, paper hull

box of 10

x4%

0.6

$20

12 gauge wire shot, paper hull

box of 10; #4 shot wrapped in wire screen

4

3d4

x1%

0.6

$25

12 gauge slug, paper hulls

box of 10

4

4d4/2d4/1d4

x1%

0.6

$25

.45-70 rifle (can be fired from .45-90)

box of 20

8

2d6+4

x4%

0.8

$100

.45-90 rifle

box of 20

8

3d6+2

x4%

0.9

$120

.58 rifle

box of 20

8

3d6+2

x1%

1.2

$100

 

  • black powder, per lb., $2

  • flints, four for 1 cent

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