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T-37 Heavy Pistol
Since the sixteenth century, soldiers have been carrying pistols to supplement their ability to preform in combat and act as a backup to their primary weapon. Pistols, by their very nature are designed to be light weight and versatile weapons used only in close quarters or emergencies.
The design of the T37 Heavy Pistol can be traced back as far as early 1968 when the government of the United States of America authorised the funding of a research project to develop a powerful, light weight and highly accurate pistol to aid American Troupes combat the spread of communism in Vietnam. The first pistol of the ‘T’ series to see combat was the T-03 in late 1969.
The series was highly imperfect in this early stage and many qualified men lost their lives because the weapon jammed in the midst of combat.
Somehow the early prototypes were recovered and the design was refined, the primary failing of the T-03, was an inconsistency in the development of the barrel of the gun. Individual bullets would catch in the barrel and chip, making following bullets increasingly likely to catch, until a bullet would simply jam in the barrel and the test subject would be killed or injured and left for dead.
During late 1970 the T-07 was released for combat trials, initial successes in the T-07 later turned to casualties as the new highly reactive formula of gunpowder used to increase the velocity of the bullet began to cause premature discharge of the ammunition in supply depositories across the test area. Needless to say, spontaneous discharge of ammunition in a room full of munitions and explosives can, and did result in the many deaths.
The next member of the series ‘T’ pistol to see combat trials is the
T-13 in late 1972, unfortunately for the combatants of the time the weapon had become even more of a death trap, defect in the new bullets led to serval of the weapons exploding during the process of being fired and serval men lost arms, or worse.
The war in Vietnam was laid to rest in 1973 and so was the ‘T’ series of weapons.
The project was revived in the early twenty first century when the global anti-terrorism crusades began, The ‘Collision of the willing’ made extensive use of the T-29 in combat listing the weight of the weapon as a disadvantage. As the war intensified and technology advanced the researchers working on the net ‘T’ series pistol began to experiment with new methods of bullet acceleration.
The relatively new magnetically propelled bullets technology was seen as the ultimate step forward in terms of the ‘modern’ weapon.
Within a matter of months The T-35 was tested in combat and quickly became the bane of terrorists every where.
It was serval more years before the T-35 was refined in to the modern T-37 and it is likely that the ‘T’ series weapon will exist for many more years and evolve even further.
The T-37 pistol boasts the most advanced features of any pistol anywhere in the world. Using an advanced infrared exposure technology in combination with a sophisticated AI driven target acquisition system gives the T-37 unparalleled accuracy among the pistol weapon class.
The superconducting magnetic acceleration coil is driven by a state-of-the-art heavy Cobalt battery, housed in the base of each clip. Housing a battery in every clip insures that the pistol never depletes its energy reserves.
The T-37 has become popular among paramilitary groups of late because of its availability on the open market, it low price and because capable of mounting three types of ammunition, the standard bullet, armour piercing bullets and antipersonnel bullets making this the ultimate creation in small-arms hardware.
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Edited by RustedSoul, 08 May 2004 - 10:17 AM.