Bullets, Rifleman Variant (5e Equipment)

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Manufacture[edit]

The cartriges can be made in 2 forms: Paper and Metal
Paper cartriges are substantially cheaper to make, however metal ones are far more resillient and do not misfire as easily Paper cartriges require (for light,normal,heavy) 2, 3,4 sheets of paper, 4, 5, 6 gp of gunpowder and 1, 2, 3 gp of metal to manufacture 20 over 4 hours of downtime. Metal cartriges require (again, for light, normal heavy) 4, 5, 6 gp of gunpowder and 3, 5, 6 gp of metal to maunfacture 20 over 4 hours of downtime


Cost: 15 gp

Small, light cartriges, for use in pistols and carbines

Cost: 20 gp

Standard cartriges for rifles and carbines

Cost: 25 gp

Heavy, armour-piercing rifle cartriges

Water Damage[edit]

If your paper cartriges are exposed to wateer, there is a chance they become wet and useless.


Heavy Cartriges[edit]

These alter the way you make your attacks

Instead of rolling a normal attack, your target makes a dexterity saving throw with a DC of (8 + your 'to hit' modifier)




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