Mountain Flintlock Rifle (5e Equipment)

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Mountain Flintlock Rifle

Martial Ranged Weapons
Weapon Cost Damage Weight Properties
Mountain Flintlock Rifle 30 gp 2d6 piercing 12.5 lb. Ammunition(40/120), two-handed, heavy, loading, special

In the mountains and backwoods, necessity is the best teacher. With this the invention of the Mountain Flintlock Rifle it has taken many forms with each person adapting their stock, caliber, and rifling to their area.

Special. This weapon fires small metal balls (.30, .40, .45, .50, or .78 caliber your choice) with cloth patch or Minie' Ball (Of chosen caliber). You have disadvantage on attack rolls with this weapon when firing in rainy conditions or when powder is wet.



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