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Assault Phaser rifle mk 8 by bagera3005 Assault Phaser rifle mk 8 by bagera3005
Phasers

"Phaser" is an acronym for PHASed Energy Rectification. All phasers fire particle beams. Personal phasers can stun or kill an enemy. The stun setting can also be used for crowd control. Ship-mounted phasers can damage shields or other systems or even cut a vessel's hull.

Phasers are based on the rapid nadion effect, whereby energy is passed through a special phaser crystal resulting in a discharge of short-lived nadion particles (often the detection of nadion discharges is a key sign that a battle has recently taken place).

Nadion particles have varying effects on the subatomic bonds of particles with which they interact, largely depending on the mass of the atom in question. To wit, dense starship hulls are more resistant to nadion discharges than are humanoid lifeforms.

The disruptive effects of nadion discharges can be moderated to produce varying effects (discussed below), ranging from benign to extremely destructive. Phasers, as particle beams, travel below the speed of light, seemingly varying according to the scale of their emitter.

Phasers can be made to overload, either deliberately or by sabotage. One possible method to overload a phaser involves disengaging the safeties that normally manages the phaser's power system. This allows energy to be transferred from the power cell to the prefire chamber then back into the power cell faster than the cell can reabsorb the energy, causing the cell to overload. Phasers in the process of overloading emit a distinctive high-pitched whine. About sixty seconds after the overload started, the weapon would expend all of its remaining energy in an explosion capable of doing considerable damage to its surroundings

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guardmn Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2014
Now I assume that this phaser is suitable for CQB?
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bagera3005 Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
yes  it has rifle mod im working on
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roguetiger71 Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2013
www.marauderinc.com/servlet/De… if you want it for your 1:18th figures lol

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bagera3005 Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2013  Professional Interface Designer
that's were i must have got idea from
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Seukonnen Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Very cool looking, but an extremely awkward trigger-stud sizing and placement; it would be difficult to hold the weapon and actually trigger the button. For functionality, I'd suggest expanding it down a little so that it comes to about the horizontal middle of that elliptical trigger guard area, though I imagine that might probably be clashing with the canon trigger aesthetics somehow.
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BreenBeans Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
There's a beauty in simplicity! :iconthumbsupplz:
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Midway2009 Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Like it in black! :) :D :dance:
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DAHAK-II Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm curious about the trigger placement. . .if you have that up to your shoulder, that's a really awkward place to have a trigger. . . wouldn't having it placed like a conventional trigger be more comfortable and usable?
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bagera3005 Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2013  Professional Interface Designer
think p-90
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DAHAK-II Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
so what's the little red bit? the safety?
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