Designed by French expatriate Cecil Han for the United States Elite Federal Officers, these weapons had to meet the needs of a very select group. USEFO specialized in protecting the government and its various state branches from terrorists, riots, assassination attempts, and the other threats for the continued safety of the nation as a whole- at least, that’s how it started. Over time, USEFO became the government’s personal military force, carrying out political missions and making sure that the public stayed in line. At the time, the Officers already carried the standard issue military-grade SR-008 Saintmaker, a small-caliber 8-shot pistol with DNALock and homing technology. What was needed, then, was something with a little more kick. The VSR-5 (Vehicle Special Rifle, 5-Shot) had to be sleek, thin, light, and capable of firing huge caliber bullets- a monster with fair accuracy, excellent maneuverability, and undeniable stopping power. A revolver rifle design meant that there didn’t need to be space or weight for clunky magazines or magazine wells. Three tactical rails gave the weapon versatility for scopes and sights- and even bayonets for close combat. The open chamber design allowed for huge anti-vehicle ammunition, while a relatively long compound barrel ensured precision and accuracy. Because of the Officers’ zealousness in using these weapons, many people said that “when you have a hammer, every problem looks like a nail, and we’re the nails”. The piece was thus colloquially called “The V-Hammer”.
Love the result,it could've worked both ways i think if you had gone steam or cyber with it
Next time i'd suggest though on small detail:
Top or side-mounted acrylic plate with a crosshair milled into it. Illuminate it if you manage,but for me holo-sights really make a gun pure Cyberpunk.
Looking forward to your next gun,mate!