Pellet (4e Equipment)
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A small metallic ,Iron or Lead, ball about 1 inch in diameter or in the case of a splash weapon such as a Blunderbuss a number of tiny Iron or Lead balls encased inside a larger metallic ball about 1 inch in diameter.
- Lead Bullets (10) 3gp 2lb
Ten 1-inch lead pellets, used for "Inaccurate" weapons Non-Splash weapons.
Enough small led pellets to fire off ten shots for a "Spread Shot" or Blunderbuss weapons, these are encased inside.
Paper Wrapping: a small paper casing with Gunpowder in it and a pellet at the end, you bite off the paper with the pellet, keeping the pellet in your mouth, then use the gunpowder, finally putting the pellet into the barrel and using the paper to clean the barrel. There is about 12cp of gunpowder contained within the "Paper Wrapping", just enough for a single shot, along with a gun pellet that costs about 3sp, the total cost, because of the paper and detail needed, is 4gp each. This is the best way to carry the ammunition and a DM might cut down some of the time of your weapon loading when using it (however that's up to them).
Paper Wrapping(1/1) 4gp 0.2lb
- Flintlock Pistol
- Heavy Revolver
- Musket, Carbine
- Musket, Long
- Precision Blunderbuss
- Steam Gauntlets
- Three-Barreled Flintlock Pistol