Item #: SEC-2273

Object Class: Cherub

SECName: Soargun Class: Cherub Summary: A Soargun rifle, originally S.O.A.R-gun, stands for Securion Operative Aluminium-projectiled Railgun, that, as the name suggests, produced a beam of high velocity aluminium projectile.

Directions of Use: When not in use, ensure that the power pack is not installed.

To use the device, ensure that the power pack is installed and secured before use. If you wish to use solid projectiles, make sure that the magazine is installed.

Then select the mode by moving the upper dial beyond the off setting. Use the smaller dial to change the mode of the firing mechanism.

When it is configured and the power pack is installed securely, pull the trigger to fire.

If, after pulling the trigger, the device fail to fire, wait for another second up to a minute for the device to cool down. If multiple attempts of firing is conducted, each is separated by a break of about a minute, check if the power pack is installed properly. If the power pack is installed, and the dial is set for a solid projectile, check if the magazine is installed.

If the magazine and the power pack is installed and the device failed to shot after all of the above instructions is done, quickly remove the power pack and return the device and its components to the repair center.

Description: A Soargun rifle, originally S.O.A.R-gun, stands for Securion Operative Aluminium-projectiled Railgun, that, as the name suggests, produced a beam of high velocity aluminium projectile. It is a popular and expensive alternative to normal guns in the Intelligence Agency, as it does not contain explosives. The lead-filled aluminum projectile is accelerated through a track that deliver Lorentz force through application of electric currents, which then exited the gun at very high velocity.

A modified Soargun rifle is a Soargun rifle, specifically produced by Securion for Oneiric Protocolers, that was also equipped with phased laser arrays capable of delivering a ten kilojoules light beam, almost similar to kinetic energy of a normal bullet. Or it could also function as a ranged taser gun in electrolaser configuration.

An electrolaser configuration is a setting where the device would produce a laser beam. The laser beam would ionize air molecules in its path, of which a very high voltage of current could be conducted through.

It is the most advanced gun man couldn't produce it at the time, as the technology to produce the phased laser array crystals and power packs sufficient to power it are proprietary properties of the Securion Enterprises Cooperative.

Specification: The device is comprised of two nozzles connected to the device base, a magazine loader, and a separate power pack. The base is made of corundumoid coated tungsten-carbide frame with beryllium bronze alloy plates on contact points to the nozzles and the power pack.

A physical trigger is available on the device base near its handle that would trigger the firing mechanism. The firing mechanism would activate either the upper nozzle, the lower nozzle, or none at all, depending on the position of the setting dial.

A pair of setting dials are located at the outer side of the connection slot to its firing nozzles. The upper dial would determine the power output of the device. A smaller dial is present under the upper dial, that would allow the user to select the lower nozzle's firing mode.

There are three modes of firing for the lower nozzle:

  1. Stun mode. This mode would produce a beam of plasma channel that would conduct electricity through. The conducted electricity is a pulsed current of around 100 V to 1 MV, with the current intensity of around 100 mA to 1000 mA. The pulse is modulated at around 1 Hz to 100 Hz, with individual impulse duration of around 10 to 100 µs (microseconds).
  2. Pulsed mode. This mode would produce a high-intensity pulsed beams with a maximum output of 100 kJ per shot. Its pulse frequency is automatically modulated and tuned by the on-board intelligent agent, depending on its target.
  3. Continuous mode. This mode would produce a continuous laser beam with an intensity of up to 10 MW. It would automatically stop beaming when the output reached 100 kJ in a single shot.

The upper nozzle is a railgun nozzle capable of delivering up to 100 kJ of kinetic energy to the aluminum-coated lead projectiles from its magazine. The inner side is made of a pair of tungsten coated strips on either sides of the firing chamber, that would deliver electric currents to the projectile.

The lower nozzle is a solid-state corundumoid-based laser emitter arrays, along with its beam lens, and electric charge delivery arrays. The specification of the mechanism is classified, however the output is rated up to 10 MW.

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