Strayeskii® Firearms \\ FR29 Pallas Flechette-Firing Personal Defense Weapon _________________________________________________
The FR29B Pallein is a fully automatic personal defense weapon developed by Strayeskii Firearms Corporation - a slight revisit of the Pallas design. Unlike most weapons of similar class, the Pallein fires flechette rounds and features a limited guidance system.
Unlike the Pallas, the Pallein is a lighter, but less punch than the original. While it does feature a similar free-floating servo barrel, it isn't as accurate, and has a higher recoil rate than the FR29. Both are popular models - the B model preferred by bodyguards and urban operations while the original is preferred by general purpose troops.
It is in essence a bullpup weapon with a smoothbore ceramic-composite firing chamber. A limited built-in guidance system which does not require specialized ammunition is built into the receiver of the gun. The free-floating barrel shifts mid-fire to arc the round towards a target or around cover. With specialized ammunition, however, this feature is even more useful as the round itself also guides itself, allowing for arcs of 60 to even 90 degrees.
The integrated electronic sight folds over to the side of the weapon if needed. It features an ocular based point-select system for identifying and painting enemy targets.
The titanium alloys and polymers involved in the weapons construction decrease the weapons weight enough to compensate for the heavy firing systems.
Cartridge: 7.7x28mm flechette: Titanium-cored; fin-stabilized; discarding-sabot Flechette rounds are, in this case, more powerful and faster than conventional rounds. They are light and fracture into shards upon impact with target. However, their size limits the capacity of the magazine. > Osprey Standard > Strayeskii Guided Fire Rate: Full Auto Effective Range: 240 meters Capacity: 35 round mag _________________________________________________
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