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Once again, welcome to Dynatech's latest expo! This section of the exhibit will demonstrate some of the most recent handguns designed for both personal use, and military applications!
The latest triple action automatic handgun is the new caseless 15mm heavy pistol. The solid propellant launches the projectile at tremendous speeds, while the lack of a need for an extraction cycle allows an efficiency and simple action that's a dream to fire!
On a more experimental note, the latest directed energy weapon is the Sunfire Fusion Pistol! Launching a magnetically bottled packet of superheated hydrogen plasma, followed by a specifically tuned laser, the plasma is heated to fusion state on impact! Warning, minimum safe range for this handgun is at least 20 meters.
For a more classic style, the Heavy Particle Pistol uses dual self contained cyclotrons to launch subatomic particles at tremendous speeds. Very few things can withstand the power of an atom-smashing beam!
Big game hunters will appreciate the latest super-high caliber revolver. With a mechanism that's been proven for centuries, the high density allows allow the chambers and barrel to withstand even greater stresses, while three slots at the end of the barrel allow exploding gasses to actually help overcome the massive recoil!
And, finally, the latest handgun for shipboard use, the Tek Blaster Mk IV. Its smooth stylings prevent it from seeming too intimidating during diplomatic missions, while its variable energy levels allow this weapon to fulfill nearly any away team mission requirement!
Dynatech Arms - good for you, bad for your enemies!
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