**Snub Revolver**

1. Handgun receiver, one hundred seventy five starbux, eight hundred grammes, quickdraw four; ten round base capacity.

2. Ammunition snub, three dice minus three, twenty percent capacity deficit so eight rounds, one and a half starbux, forty metre base range; traits, inaccurate minus two, zero gravity, penetration minus one, normal physical signature. Or two starbux per round, I have to figure it out.

3. Repeater mechanism, fifty percent discount, halved ammunition capacity four rounds.

4. Modified ammunition plus fifty percent, six rounds, twenty percent increased weight, fifty percent increased cost. High capacity fifty percent, fifty percent increased cost, twenty five percent increased weight. Costs are the same, modified weighs less.

5. Short barrel, ten percent receiver cost, ten percent receiver weight, range modification ninety percent, physical signature plus one, penetration minus one, quickdraw plus six.

6. Stockless, quickdraw plus two; twenty five metres minus two THAC0.

7. So it looks like the actual cost seems two starbux per round, so not something to plink with.

8. I suspect that twenty percent ammunition capacity deficit modification tends to be overlooked.

9. Let's not forget fixed magazine, at ten percent reduction in cost and weight.