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SW EDF-WSL Slugthrower Pistol

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Equipment Data File – Weapon – Slugthrower

Slugthrower Pistol

Slugthrowers – Referred to by some historians as the weapon that humankind took to the stars, slugthrowers are an ancient weapon technology developed well before most sentient beings left their worlds to explore the galaxy. Considered crude and inefficient by most weapons experts and military scholars, and possessing a reputation as the weapon of provincials from exceedingly poor or isolated backwater planets, slugthrowers are among the most basic, easy to produce, and easy to maintain weapons in the galaxy.

At their most basic, slugthrowers use a chemical reaction to propel a solid projectile over great distances. Some are simple muzzle-loading weapons that use loosely packed gunpowder to fire lead or steel balls over short distances, while others use sealed metallic cartridges or even caseless ammunition containing primer, accelerant, and projectile in one small, self-consuming package.

From Age of Rebellion

Like their more sophisticated energy-based cousins, slugthrower pistols are small, one-handed sidearms that fire lightweight ammunition from removable clips or magazines. A few are fed from open revolving cylinders. Slugthrower pistols are exceedingly rare thanks to the ubiquity of blaster technology. They are rarely seen outside of backwater worlds and historical collections. Some professional soldiers carry a slugthrower pistol as a backup or concealed weapon, especially those individuals hailing from low-tech worlds who have a soft spot for their homeworld’s technology.

From Edge of the Empire

Short, compact, and loud, these small weapons are very rare. Those who wield them frequently do so because they have some sentimental value, perhaps handed down to them from some distant relative from a low-tech world, or because these weapons are all that’s easily available on their world.

Fantasy Flight Rules – Slugthrower Pistol

Content Updates

  • 2022-03-24 – Updated with content from Age of Rebellion.
  • 2021-12-28 – Added in details from Age of Rebellion Core Rulebook.
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Melee: Combat Knife (1), Force Pike (4), Gaffi Stick (2), Truncheon (1), Vibro-Ax (5), Vibroknife (3), Vibrosword (5)

Slugthrower: Pistol (3), Rifle (3)

Thrown: Bola (2), Net (2)

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