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This double-length rifle uses a pair of trunnions to mount its barrel into a swiveling mechanism fastened to a lightweight, two-wheeled carriage.
It takes a full-round action
to set up the carriage. The carriage has a hind leg, allowing the wielder to
wheel the device about and immediately prop it for stability during combat.
Unlike other two-handed firearms, you must fire the double hackbut while it
is mounted, or else firing it imparts a 4 penalty on attack rolls and
the recoil knocks the wielder prone. A Large or larger creature can fire a double
hackbut one size smaller than it is without its mounting as a normal two-handed
weapon and without the danger of being knocked prone, but takes the normal penalty
for firing an inappropriately sized weapon.
|(Early) Two-Handed Firearms||Cost||Dmg (S)||Dmg (M)||Critical||Range||Misfire||Capacity||Weight1||Type2||Special|
|Double hackbut||4,000 gp||2d10||2d12||×4||50 ft.||12 (5 ft.)||2||18 lbs.||B and P|||
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