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Old West Firearms
« on: August 14, 2008, 04:50:45 AM »
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Loading and reloading
*All reloading actions provoke attacks of opportunity as normal.

Cartridge firearms:
*You can load 1 cartridge into a firearm as a Move Action or 2 as an attack action. (3 per round)
*You can load a speed loader into a cartridge revolver as an attack action.
*You can load a pre-loaded cylinder into a cartridge revolver that accepts a cylinder as an attack action.

Percussion Firearms:
*It takes 4 full round actions to load a round into a smooth bore muzzle loading percussion firearm.
*It takes 6 full round actions to load a round a rifled muzzle loading percussion firearm.
*It takes 2 full round actions to load a round into a breach loading percussion firearm including revolvers.
*It takes 1 full round action (2 move actions) to load a preloaded cylinder into a percussion firearm.

The rapid reload feat has the following benefits.
*You can load one cartridge into a firearm as a free action, or 2 as a move action, or 3 as an attack action. (6 per round)
*You can load a speed loader or pre-loaded cylinder into a revolver as a move action.
*The number of actions that percussion firearms take to reload are reduced by half.

Improved rapid reload
*cartridge: 1 additional round per action
*percussion: -1 action per round

Shotgun Damage
*When loaded with shot, a shotgun has a -2 range penalty to damage per range increment with no range penalty to hit up to a maximum of 5 range increments. Armor bonus is treated as 50% higher (round up).
*Bird Shot is non-lethal to medium or larger creatures beyond 10ft, non lethal to small creatures beyond 1 range increment and lethal in other circumstances. Armor bonus is treated as 100% higher (round up).
*When loaded with a slug, a shotgun uses the standard range penalties up to 10 range increments.

Special Firing modes
*Most firearms are single shot.
*Double-barrel shotguns are semi-automatic. This means they can be used with feats and abilities that involve rapid fire such as the double tap feat.
*Single action revolvers are normally single shot. But if your off hand is free to prime the hammer back, they are considered semi-automatic. This means they can be used with feats and abilities that involve rapid fire such as the double tap feat.

Cannons
*Cannons typically are served by a crew of 3 to 4 men each. 1 sets the aim point, 2 reload, and 1 coordinates and lights the fuse. Cannons are typically loaded in the same manner as a standard muzzle loading percussion weapon, but significantly larger.

Other normal firearm rules still apply.

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Period Firearms and other weapons
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Code: [Select]
Period Firearms..........................Damage.....Range...Rate of.....................Purchase..Round
Weapon.....................Damage..Crit..Type.......Incr-...Fire.....Mag..Size...Weight...DC......Caliber
Hold out pistols
Derringer..................2d6.....20....ballistic..15......single...2....Tiny...0.5 lbs..DC12....0.44
Knuckle-Duster*............2d4.....20....ballistic..15......single...5....Tiny...0.5 lbs..DC12....0.32
Rupertus Pepperbox*........2d4.....20....ballistic..15......single...8....Small..1 lbs....DC11....0.22

Single action pistols
Colt Army Model 1860#......2d6+1...20....ballistic..30......special..6....Small..2 lbs....DC13....0.44
Colt Dragoon#..............2d6+1...20....ballistic..30......special..6....Mediu..4 lbs....DC13....0.44
Colt Frontier (1873).......2d6+1...20....ballistic..30 .....special..6....Small..2 lbs....DC14....0.44-40
Colt Navy*.................2d6.....20....ballistic..40......special..6....Small..3 lbs....DC15....0.38
Colt Peacemaker............2d6+1...20....ballistic..30......special..6....Small..2 lbs....DC15....0.45
S&W Schofield*.............2d6+1...20....ballistic..20......special..6....Small..2 lbs....DC14....0.45

Double action pistols
Colt Lightning.............2d6.....20....ballistic..30......semi.....6....Small..2 lbs....DC14....0.38
Colt Thunderer.............2d6+1...20....ballistic..30......semi.....6....Small..2 lbs....DC14....0.41
Star Army Revolver#*.......2d6+1...20....ballistic..30......semi.....6....Small..2 lbs....DC13....0.44

Rifles
Ballard '72................2d10....20....ballistic..75......single...1....Large..11 lbs....DC15...0.56
Colt-Patterson Model '36#..2d12....20....ballistic..60......single...7....Large..12 lbs....DC16...0.69
Enfield Musket*#...........2d12....20....ballistic..50......single...1....Large..9 lbs.....DC12...0.58
Henry Rifle................2d8.....20....ballistic..60......single...15...Large..10 lbs....DC17...0.44 rf
Sharps Big .50.............2d12....20....ballistic..120.....single...1....Large..10 lbs....DC17...0.50-90
Sharps Carbine#*...........2d10....20....ballistic..50......single...1....Large..8 lbs.....DC13...0.52
Spencer Carbine............2d10+1..20....ballistic..50......single...7....Large..8 lbs.....DC14...0.56
Springfield .58#...........2d12....20....ballistic..50......single...1....Large..9 lbs.....DC12...0.58
Springfield 1873 Trapdoor..2d10....20....Ballistic..60......single...1....Large..7 lbs.....DC16...0.45-70
Winchester '73.............2d8.....20....ballistic..60......single...16...Large..7 lbs.....DC17...0.44-40
Winchester '76.............2d10....20....ballistic..90......single...15...Large..7 lbs.....DC18...0.45-70

Shotguns and smooth bore Long-arms
Model 1842 musket#*........2d12....20....ballistic..40......single...1....Large..8 lbs.....DC12..0.69
Colt Revolving Shotgun*....2d10....20....ballistic..30. ....single...5....Large..10 lbs....DC16..12 ga
Double Barrel*.............2d10....20....ballistic..30......Semi.....2....Large..8 lbs.....DC15..12 ga
Scattergun*................2d10....20....ballistic..10......Semi.....2....Mediu..5 lbs.....DC15..12 ga
Single Barrel 12gauge*.....2d10....20....ballistic..30 .....single...1....Large..6 lbs.....DC13..12 ga
Single Barrel 8gauge*......2d12+2..20....ballistic..30 .....single...1....Large..11 lbs....DC15..8 ga
Winchester Lever-Action*...2d10....20....ballistic..30... ..single...4....Large..8 lbs.....DC16..12 ga

Exotic
Bolas*.....................1d6.....20....bludgeon..20....-.........-......mediu..1 lbs.....DC 5..-
Gattling Gun*..............2d10....20....ballistic.90....Auto......400....Garga..90 lbs....DC24..0.58
Lariat*....................-.......-.....-.........10....-.........-......large..5 lbs.....as rope..-
6 pound, M1841*#...........4d12....20....ballistic.150...single....1......Garga..884 lbs...DC24..3.67 inch
10 pound Parrot*#..........6d12....20....ballistic.225...single....1......Garga..890 lbs...DC25..3.0 inch
12 pound field gun*#.......8d12....20....ballistic.180...single....1......Garga..1600 lbs..DC26..4.62 inch
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# weapon uses ball and powder (percussion) ammunition
* consult weapon description

6 pound, M1841: This 60 inch bronze smoothbore cannon was used primarily in the Mexican war, though it saw action on the confederate side of the civil war. On impact the shell bursts in a 5ft radius (reflex save DC 15 for half damage), sending deadly splinters, fragments and earth in all directions. The military does not sell this weapon, any civilian that wants one must either build it himself, steal it, or buy it on the black market. Cannons are artillery and can not be used without a proper mount. This weapon requires the cannon exotic firearm proficiency and takes only 4 rounds to load due to its smooth bore.

10 pound Parrot: This 78-inch cast iron rifled cannon was invented by US Captain Robert Parker Parrot. Originally made in 1860 as a 2.9 inch bore cannon, by 1864 it was upgraded to a 3-inch bore to share ammunition with the 3 inch ordinance rifle. The 3-inch ordinance rifle was marked by a perfectly smooth surface and was made entirely of wrought iron. The 3-pound ordinance rifle saw action on both sides of the Civil War. On impact the shell bursts in a 5ft radius (reflex save DC 17 for half damage), sending deadly splinters, fragments and earth in all directions. The military does not sell this weapon, any civilian that wants one must either build it himself, steal it, or buy it on the black market. Cannons are artillery and can not be used without a proper mount. This weapon requires the cannon exotic firearm proficiency and takes 6 rounds to load.

12-pound field gun: The 12-pound field gun had been in service since sometime before 1830. Of note, this weapon could be fired at intermediate elevations and was sometimes even referred to as a howitzer. They were made of many materials, by many manufacturers and saw action on both sides of the war. Anywhere from 73 to 85 inches in length and from 1200 to 1800 pounds. On impact the shell bursts in a 10ft radius (reflex save DC 19 for half damage), sending deadly splinters, fragments and earth in all directions. The military does not sell this weapon, any civilian that wants one must either build it himself, steal it, or buy it on the black market. Cannons are artillery and can not be used without a proper mount. This weapon requires the cannon exotic firearm proficiency and takes 6 rounds to load.

Model 1842 smoothbore musket: This is something often found in the hands of settlers, farmers, etc. It is a .69 caliber percussion firearm that can be loaded with a round ball (for deer, etc.), buckshot (small game), or bird shot (for, uh, birds...). While not as high quality as the Sharps/Winchesters/etc., it was less than 1/10th the price of a new gun and provided all the firepower needed by those who needed a firearm for hunting, not self-defense. Due to its poor manufacture, it receives a -1 equipment penalty to hit and fails to fire successfully on the roll of a natural 1 or 2. The Model 1842 is a smoothbore musket that can be loaded in only 4 rounds.

Bolas: A weapon usually found in the hands of gauchos, South American cowboys, a few have made it to the Wild West. Bolas consist of two or three heavy wooden balls connected by lengths of leather or cord. They can be used to trip, grapple, disarm and pin a target as a ranged touch attack. A bola does not deal continuous damage from a grapple. A bola uses the throwers grapple modifier in the first round and a +0 modifier every round thereafter. Bolas receive a +2 bonus to trip attempts.

Colt Army Model 1860: This cap-and-ball revolver was maneufactured from 1860 to 1873 and was one of the most widely used revolvers of the civil war. Visually this weapon had a hexagonal barrel.

Colt Dragoon: This large cap-and-ball revolver was introduced in 1848 after the end of the Mexican war. It was originally intended for the US Army Mounted Rifles AKA "Dragoons", hence the name. It later saw frequent use by both civilians and military throughout the 1850s and 1860s.

Colt Frontier (1873): technically called the Colt Frontier Six-Shooter,this single-action revolver was produced specifically to use the same round as the Winchester '73 rifle. It shares the same ammunition as the Colt Frontier pistol, making them an effective combination when supplies stretch thin.

Colt Lightning: The Colt Lightning began production in 1877 along with the slightly larger thunderer and continued in service into the beginning of the 20th century. It was colts first attempt at a double action revolver and physically resembles the Colt Army.

Colt Navy: Originally produced in 1951 as a percussion weapon, it was upgraded to accept cartridges in 1961 and continued in production until 1973. The older cap and ball version has a purchase DC of 14. Unlike the colt army this weapon has a smooth round barrel.

Colt Peacemaker: One of, if not the best known pistol in the west. The colt peacemaker AKA the Colt Single Action Army was introduced in 1873 as a single action revolver and saw extensive use in the army and by civilians.

Colt-Patterson Model '36: This revolving cylinder rifle works like a percussion revolver. Originally patented in 1836, it didn't see production until 1839. Its wielder can exchange a preloaded cylinder for a spent cylinder for faster reloading.

Colt Revolving Shotgun: Introduced in 1857, this shotgun has a revolving cylinder, similar to the Colt Patterson Model '36, but uses paper shotgun cartridges. The shotgun cannot make use of a speed-load cylinder; all chambers must be loaded individually.

Colt Thunderer: Introduced alongside the lightning in 1877, the slightly larger thunderer enjoys a slightly more powerful cartridge.

Derringer: Any number of double-barreled pocket pistols. Note that the original "Deringer" was produced by Henry Deringer. Later knock-offs are called "derringers" with two r's.

Double Barrel Shotgun: Much like the single barrel shotgun this type of weapon was produced by many manufacturers to similar effect. Each barrel typically has a separate trigger. This weapon can be used with the double tap feat. This weapon may use either slugs or shot shells.

Enfield Musket: Also known as the Patterson 1853 Enfield, this rifled muzzle loading percussion firearm was introduced in 1853 by the British. It was used in the British military until 1867. It also saw extensive use by both sides in the American Civil War. Its rifled barrel makes it more accurate than smoothbore muskets, but also adds to the reload times. An Enfield takes 6 full round actions to reload its single shot. The Enfield often mounts a Bayonet.

Gattling Gun: Invented in 1861, the gattling gun saw its first active use under Union General Benjamin Butler in 1864. This weapon lacks a conventional trigger, instead being fired by a crank that manually rotates the barrels. The Gattling gun uses a top mounted gravity fed magazine, which can be reloaded by assistant while the gunner continuities to fire the weapon. This weapon is the only firearm capable of automatic fire. The military does not sell this weapon, any civilian that wants one must either build it himself, steal it, or buy it on the black market. A gattling gun can be considered light artillery and can not be used without a proper mount due to weight and the large array of rotating barrels. This firearm requires the machinegun exotic weapons proficiency feat.

Henry Rifle: Referred to by Confederate soldiers as "that damned Yankee rifle that was loaded on Sunday and fired all week", this lever action rifle was developed in the 1850s and manufactured from 1862 to 1864. In 1866 it was adapted and reproduced as the Winchester model 1866 repeating rifle. The henry rifle was never officially adopted by the US military, though many union soldiers purchased one with their own wages.

Knuckle Duster: This is a tiny revolver with a solid brass frame and handle. It has a ring grip that allows a character to use the pistol as a set of brass knuckles as well.

Lariat: The lariat is nothing more than a length of rope with a special slip knot in it. It is used to bring down a target without injuring it. It deals no damage when it hits. Although it remains in the users grip, it is considered a ranged weapon with a range increment of 15 ft and a maximum range of 30 ft. A lariat can trip, grapple, disarm or pin a target at range. It always uses your modifiers for opposed checks unless you release the lariat, once released it has a +0 modifier for opposed grapple checks. The lariat can be cut as rope broken with a DC 23 str check. The lariat receives a +2 bonus to trip attempts.

Rupertus Pepperbox: The pepperbox is a revolver with multiple manually rotated barrels developed in the 1830s in England. It was popular in the US as well until colt revolvers became available in the 1850s. The massive array of barrels make it larger than most other hold-out pistols. It is also notorious for misfires, it automatically fails to fire successfully on the roll of a natural 1 or 2.

Sawed-off shotgun: Also called a "Scattergun," this weapon is simply a shotgun with half of its barrel sawed off. It's much shorter than a regular shotgun, so its range is markedly reduced. As a double-barreled shotgun, just with a shorter barrel, you can use the double tap feat with this firearm. This weapon is also available as a single barrel gun at a PDC of 13. This weapon may use either slugs or shot shells.

Sharps Big 50: Sharps began producing .50-90 sporting rifles in 1872. It quickly became one of the most famous and common rifles used by buffalo hunters due to its superior stopping power and accuracy.

Sharps Carbine: Available from 1859 the sharps carbine was popular among the cavalry on both sides of the civil war. The full length version of this rifle was used by the US army sharpshooters "Berden's Sharpshooters" after their leader the famous inventor Hiram Berden. It only 2 full rounds to reload.

Single Barrel Shotgun 12 gauge: Any one of a dozen designs available in the Wild West. This weapon is commonly used for hunting small game and birds. This weapon may use either slugs or shot shells.

Single Barrel Shotgun 8 gauge: Any one of a dozen designs available in the Wild West. This weapon is typically used for hunting medium sized prey. It was one of the most popular shotguns prior to the advent of smokeless powder and was well known for its unforgiving recoil. But now it sees a much-reduced share of the market as lighter and more efficient guns take its place. This weapon may use either slugs or shot shells.

Spencer Carbine: Available in 1860 the lever action Spencer is one of the few repeating weapons commonly used on the battlefields of the Civil War. It was usually only issued to Union cavalrymen, as horse riders typically required a higher rate of fire, since reloading on the run is nearly impossible.

Springfield .58: Technically called the Model 1855, this rifled musket was based on the percussion cap mechanism patented by the famous Edward Maynard began production in 1855 and saw its first combat in 1858. The rifled musket provides a range advantage over the typical smooth-bore while providing a lighter and more manageable profile than a full length rifle. The Springfield takes 6 full round actions to reload, due to its rifling. It can mount a bayonet.

Springfield 1873 Trapdoor: Available in 1873 this rifle was based on the older model 1866 trapdoor, the model 1873 features a refined and more reliable mechanism. Arguably the "gun that won the west", though general Custer may disagree.

Starr Army Revolver: Available from 1859, the star army revolver was adopted by the US Army after the discontinuation of the Colt. This unique double action revolver actually has two triggers, one to turn the chamber and **** the hammer, and the other that the forward trigger impacts to actually fire the weapon. It has a heavy trigger pull, which often throws off the aim of its user. Any wielder shooting with a Starr Army receives a -1 to all attack rolls with the weapon. Additionally, it is a percussion pistol and can use speed-load cylinders.

S&W Schofield: Technically called the Model-3 American, this break-top revolver was invented in 1875 by Union officer George Schofield and produced until 1878. This was a favorite weapon of Jesse James and Wells Fargo agents. You can load one additional round into the weapon for either a move action or attack action reload. However, all the ammunition is dumped from the pistol when it's opened, making it impossible to reload only a few rounds. This weapon may be used with a speed loader.

Winchester '73: Available from 1873 the Winchester '73 offers a very high ammunition capacity with good stopping power. It is another gun that is touted as the "gun that won the west". It shares the same ammunition as the Colt Frontier pistol, making them an effective combination when supplies stretch thin.

Winchester '76: Available from 1876 the Winchester '76 was one of the first rifles to use a full power center-fire cartridge rather than rim-fire cartridge or lower power center-fire cartridge available for pistols and was one of the most potent repeater rifles of its era. Theodore Roosevelt has been known to use a customized '76.

Winchester Lever-Action Shotgun: Available from 1887 the Winchester model 1887 lever-action shotgun provides a dramatic increase in capacity over either the single or double barrel shotgun. This weapon may use either slugs or shot shells.
« Last Edit: August 15, 2008, 12:36:57 AM by nadaka »

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Re: Old West Firearms
« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2008, 07:03:49 PM »
Looks good, based on my limited knowledge of firearms. I think some of your size categories might be a bit off though. Is a Gatling (With one 't') really a Gargantuan weapon?
"Leave the wounded and run" is a perfectly viable tactic.

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Re: Old West Firearms
« Reply #2 on: August 14, 2008, 09:54:58 PM »
This looks like it had something to do with the Deadlands d20 system.  Does it predate that?

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« Reply #3 on: August 15, 2008, 12:36:08 AM »
It post-dates it. Its ~4-5 years old, I based the list of weapons on those found in deadlands, but the stats themselves and the descriptions are mine (with some help from MontanaKennedy (IIRC, director of the Cody firearms museum) from the WotC boards).