If there is anything wrong with it, please tell me.
It is pasted on the bottom as a RTF file, but here it is for all those who don't like to download attachments:
The [Autocannon] is a versatile weapon capable of firing .50 caliber High Explosive, Armor Piercing, or Incendiary ammunition at a high rate of fire. Unfortunately, the AC-110 is extremely heavy, and thus should only be carried by the strongest of soldiers. The Armor Piercing rounds are your standard ammunition and should be used in most circumstances. High Explosive tipped rounds should not be used in confined spaces or while in close proximity to your target. Incendiary rounds should be used primarily to smoke out an enemy from his hiding space.
"The AC-110 is the first automatic .50 caliber weapon that can be carried by a single soldier. First used in the gulf reformation wars, the [Autocannon] quickly gained infamy due to its ungodly effectiveness. The AC-110 proved its versatility when troops used it to smoke enemy soldiers out of tunnels, provide light anti-tank capacity, and mow down hoards of armored enemies. The [Autocannon] has served with distinction in militaries the world over ever since." -James' weapons, Volume VI
The AC-110 is a fully automatic and man-portable .50 caliber assault gun. This weapon can fire .50 cal shells of three different types, Armor Piercing/General Purpose, High Explosive tipped, and Incendiary tipped rounds each with varying uses. This weapon uses magazines of 14 rounds per clip to minimize weight as much as possible. Unfortunately, the magazines are still incredibly heavy compared to standard 5.56mm rifle magazines. Due to their weight, it is recommended that a single soldier carry no more than two AC-110 clips. The [Autocannon] itself is extremely heavy, in spite of the fact that it is primarily made of high-density plastic. The AC-110 has a high rate of fire, which combined with its reasonable accuracy makes it a powerful weapon.
Armor Piercing Rounds: These .50caliber bullets are similar to miniature SABOT rounds, designed to provide significant penetration of all known materials. They are the bread and butter of an AC-110 gunner.
High Explosive Rounds: These bullets are essentially high quality HEAT rounds in a smaller, easier to transport package. When this round hits anything, it will explode with enough power to punch through 10cm of composite armor. This makes it incredibly useful for the infantryman on the move, who encounters a tank or similar target.
Incendiary rounds are composed of a soft, hollow tip that, when breached, releases enough phosphorus to light the immediate area on fire. This fire burns slightly hotter than normal, and is excellent for smoking out an entrenched enemy (as was proven on rebel targets in the Gulf Reformation Wars.)
Each magazine of HE or IC rounds is carefully sealed to prevent premature detonation.
"Hey, Lenny read this: ?Use of BFG?s new sealed magazine has improved safety margins by over fifty percent!? So now, the gun will only explode every three shots instead of every other shot! Too bad it?s too late for poor Richardson" -Cpl. Alex Dupont
"[Rookie] Richardson was killed in a training accident while loading his [Autocannon]. Investigation is ongoing into the cause of his death" - X-Corps Liability report
Edit: stupid .rtf file won't attach properly! So I guess you are stuck with a .doc for the time being.
Edited by Cpl. Facehugger, 01 January 2004 - 02:53 PM.