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Arsenal Cards: Volume 3: Rifles

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Rifles have long had a place in history, and a place in role playing games set in certain historical periods. From the American Civil War and the Wild West, to the battlefields of World War I and World War II, and to the jungles of Africa, Asia, and <st1:place>South America</st1:place> prowled by hunters, rifles have played a pivotal role. The third volume of Arsenal Cards features rifles - shoulder-fired weapons with a barrel cut with grooves (rifling). (Future volumes will feature muskets, semi-automatic rifles, assault weapons, and other types of long arms.) 

Within this volume you will find over 130 different rifles, from the famous: "that damned Yankee rifle that they load on Sunday and shoot all week!" (the Henry Rifle) to "The Gun that Won the West" (Winchester Model 1873), to the infamous (such as the Carcano rifle used in the assassination of President Kennedy), to everything in between. Each card features a full color image of the rifle printed on one side, and detailed information about the weapon, from caliber to range, and years of production on the other. We used actual ballistic calculations for each weapon to determine each rifle's Power and Recoil. 

Arsenal Cards: Volume 3: Rifles are a great tool to aid players and GMs in visualizing their weapons and to provide more detail and variety to your game. They are designed to be used in any game system.

 
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File Last Updated:
December 31, 2012
This title was added to our catalog on January 01, 2013.