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Pulp Bolt-action Sporting Magazine Rifles

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

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Red text represents very generic or popular weapons

Italics represent guns not actually introduced yet by the current campaign date

 

sporting magazine rifles

name

caliber

range

shots

damage

capacity

loading

malf

weight

cost

year

Lee-Speed

.303 British

90 yds

1/2

2d6+4

5

internal

99

7 lbs

$70

~1910

  • the sporting version of the British military SMLE, with better fit and finish, built and sold by B.S.A..  Also sold in .315 caliber for areas where .303 cartridges are not legal. Three grades:  No. 1, with full military furniture (weight 9 lbs); No. 2, sleeker and lighter (no bayonet mount, etc.) as above; and No. 3, the "trade" version. Most come with 5 round magazines, but can use the standard 10 round SMLE magazine.

Mannlicher

8mm Mannlicher

80 yds

1/2

2d6+4

4

clip

99

7-8 lbs

$100

1888

  • Austrian hunting weapons, also available in various other calibers (esp. 6.5mm Mannlicher); loaded with a 4 round en bloc clip

Mauser

10.75x68mm

100 yds

1/2

2d10+4

3

internal

00

9 lbs

$100

1890s

  • typical heavy game rifle for Germans on safari; various other calibers available, such as 9.3x57mm Mauser ...

express rifle

416 Rigby

100 yds

1/2

2d10+4

3 or 4

internal

00

12 lbs

$200+

ca1910

  • other calibers:  404 Rimless Nitro Express, 375 Magnum Nitro Express, 375 H&H Magnum. Griffin & Howe is only American maker.

sport rifle

30-06 Springfield

110 yds

1/2

2d6+4

4 or 5

internal

00

8-9 lbs

$50-$200

1925

  • "heavy" bolt-action rifles, mostly using the Mauser action. Some American rifles, all in .30-06:  Griffin & Howe, Winchester Model 54 (1925); Savage Model 40 (1928), Sedgley (including a left-handed version), Remington Model 30S. British versions (in other calibers) include the Holland & Holland Magazine Rifle in .300" or .375" (7.75 lbs to 8.5 lbs); Manton Magazine Rifle in .430" or 404" (7.25 to 8.5 lbs); Rigby Magazine Rifle in .416" (10 lbs); Westley-Richards Express Magazine Rifle in .425" (9 lbs). In general, carbines weigh 7 lbs, have a range of 90 yds

 

Comments (1)

Michael said

at 3:29 pm on Jun 22, 2014

Updated damage values to match the ammo list.

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