Bullpup Lasgun

Units focused towards aerial or vehicular deployment often utilise lasgun variants that are designed to increase portability and minimise size. While many employ las carbines, many such units are unwilling to sacrifice the lasgun’s effective range. The bullpup design counters this by extending the barrel into the weapon’s stock, as well as mounting the power pack within the base of the stock behind the grip. In this way, the rifle achieves a balance between the compact design of a carbine while retaining most of the full capability of a standard lasgun. Bullpup lasguns benefit from the lasgun variable setting rule.
Lasgun Variable Setting: The M36 Lasgun has a variable setting option, allowing it to fire higher-powered bursts. It may be changed to overcharge mode, dealing +1 Damage, but using two shots worth of ammunition per shot fired. Further, the lasgun may be changed to overload mode, dealing +2 Damage and gaining +2 Penetration. In this case, the lasgun uses four shots of ammunition per shot fired, loses Reliable, and gains Unreliable.

Name Class Range RoF Dam Pen Clip Rld Special Wt. Availability
Bullpup Lasgun Basic 90m S/2/– 1d10+3 E 0 60 Full Reliable 3.5kg Average
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