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The Sakura Type 43 Compact Carbine “Bushi”, known by other names depending on what part of the sector you happen to be using it in, is a compact carbine platform firing full-power rifle cartridges designed and developed by Remy Belmont before she sold the manufacturing rights off to Sakura Machinery in late YE 42, it would enter the market in early YE 43
Late on the eve of Yamatai’s YE 42 Year-End holiday Remy Belmont met with a representative of the Ryu-Mizumitsu Clan in downtown Kyoto, by the end of their discrete conversation the two shook hands and Ms Belmont handed over schematics for a fairly nice carbine in exchange for some shares in the corporate amalgamation1).
Nothing major, but Remy saw it as putting her foot in the clan’s door should they need to make use of her in the future.
Statistical and classification information related to this firearm.
The Bushi is a rather compact and efficiently designed little traditional carbine, constructed primarily from lightweight Durandium Alloy. It has been given a matte coating of Diacry Sealant Agent-infused charcoal paint, featuring an injection moulded Steenplast M3-style pistol grip and flanged handguard.
The rail that runs the length of the carbine’s top is rather boxy and houses the gas piston system, opting for twin folding charging handles on both the left and right, situated above the handguard. While a stock is not included with the rifle by default it does feature hardware designed to accept M3 compatible stocks should the owner desire to install one.
Information related to what happens each time the weapon fires.
The ammunition this firearm is designed to fire.
While a little unconventional the Bushi still remains a compact, robust and capable little weapons platform, below is information related to how it functions.
This carbine is designed specifically around both 7.62 x 51mm Ketsurui Zaibatsu and 10 x 51mm Sakura, the first of which is already a widely used round, with the latter being based on that popular munition.
In addition to the base model Sakura Machinery has the equipment and designs to produce a shorter, lighter milspec variant with a higher rate of fire and nicer stock trigger. It is 17.5 inches11) and 7 lbs12) with a rate of fire of 950 rounds per minute.
SirSkully created this article on 2020/12/27 22:29.