Section 1 - Handguns

Note: All TSA pistols with an energy weapon mounted on the frame are unable to accept E-clips. Adapters and power cords are provided upon purchase of a new weapon or can be easily jury-rigged (Basic Electronics roll). Six minutes are required to recharge each shot; nearly any power source can be used, be it a wall outlet, gasoline generator, nuclear cell or some other source.




TSA-40 Peacekeeper Semi-Automatic Pistol: One of TSA's first offerings that has recently gained in popularity due to its versatility and low price. This weapon is smaller than most laser pistols but can inflict equal or greater damage when loaded with the correct ammunition, and is not combined with another weapon type.

TSA-40







TSA-44 Tack-Driver Semi-Automatic Pistol: A larger version of the Peacekeeper, equipped with a recoil compensator and telescopic sight, initially designed for target work but now mostly used as a status symbol in various mercenary companies.

TSA-44







TSA-50 Snake Semi-Automatic Pistol / Ion Blaster: A heavy pistol with a hold-out short-range ion blaster mounted under the barrel.

TSA-50






TSA-55 Barracuda Semi-Automatic Pistol / Single Shot Grenade Launcher: Similar to the Snake pistol, but with the ion blaster being replaced by a single-shot grenade launcher. This weapon has proven very popular with City Rats and other urban dwellers looking to carry a powerful weapon in a small package. The recoil is severe, though; a user must have a PS of 20 or greater to fire the grenade launcher. If not, he takes 2D6 SDC to the firing arm and there is a 10% chance of fracturing his wrist.

TSA-55



TSA-58 Viper 10mm Machine Pistol / Laser: Taking the basic action of the Snake and adapting it for fully automatic fire, the designers at TSA have come up with yet another winner - the Viper. Small, reliable and powerful, the Viper is quickly becoming a weapon of choice for urban bodyguards and special forces operatrives. Comes with an underbarrel laser.

TSA-58


TSA-59 Basilisk 12.5mm Machine Pistol / Laser: Similar in design to the Viper but chambered for the 12.5mm caseless round, the Basilisk has already proven itself to be one of the most desired weapons in TSA history. With its compact size and powerful round, the Basilisk packs a tremendous punch.

TSA-59


TSA-60 Backup Semi-Automatic Pistol / Ion Blaster: A compact version of the TSA-50.

TSA-60





TSA-65 Broomhandle 12.5mm Caseless Holdout Pistol: A small, slim automatic pistol designed to be used as a backup weapon that can be placed comfortably in a large pocket or clipped to a belt if desired. The cartridges are held vertically in a unique grip-mounted clip.


TSA-66 Wild Bill 12.5mm Caseless Holdout Pistol: A shortened version of the Broomhandle that is ideal for placement on wrist-mounted speed-loaders (like in the film Alien: Resurrection).


TSA-68 Suckerpunch 12.5mm Caseless Holdout Pistol / Vibroknife: Essentially a Broomhandle combined with a vibroknife on the same frame. A built-in power cell provides the energy for the blade for up to ten minutes before a recharge is needed (the Suckerpunch comes with an adaptor which can recharge the cell from most electricity sources in ten minutes).


TSA-70 Blackjack Holdout Pistol: A modern take on an age-old theme, the TSA-70 Blackjack Holdout Pistol is the world's first and only projectile-firing derringer-sized weapon capable of inflicting Mega-Damage. Only three and a half inches long and less than three inches tall, the Blackjack has a three-round capacity and with its special magazine design can be reloaded almost instantly. This weapon is for anyone seeking a very discreet weapon that packs a major punch.

TSA-70


TSA-72 Sixgun 15mm Caseless Revolver: The first in a series of weapons chambered for the new 15mm Caseless round from TSA, a much larger and more powerful round than the standard 12.5mm round chambered in most TSA weapons. With a contoured grip and large underbarrel weight, the Sixgun is surprisingly easy to control, and the standard telescopic sight gives a +2 to strike on aimed shots.


TSA-73 Bulldog 15mm Caseless Revolver: A larger version of the Sixgun with an extended barrel for longer range. Comes with a standard telescopic sight (+2 to strike on an aimed shot).


TSA-74 Slugger 15mm Caseless Revolver / Grenade Launcher: A large revolver combined with a single-shot grenade launcher. This weapon is proving even more popular than the TSA-55 Barracuda because of the greater power of the 15mm round. Comes with a standard telescopic sight (+2 to strike on an aimed shot).


TSA-77 Ares 15mm Extended Caseless Revolver: Firing an extended version of the standard 15mm Caseless round, the Ares has twice the range of the Bulldog with only a slightly heavier weight. Comes with a standard telescopic sight (+2 to strike on an aimed shot).


TSA-78 Hercules 15mm Extended Caseless Revolver: A larger version of the Ares with a range comparable to many rifles. Unfortunately, the resulting weapon is fairly unwieldy (meaning that a fast draw is unlikely). Comes with a standard telescopic sight (+2 to strike on an aimed shot).


TSA-79 Pitfall 15mm Extended Caseless Revolver / Grenade Launcher: A large revolver combined with a single-shot grenade launcher. Comes with a standard telescopic sight (+2 to strike on an aimed shot).


TSA-80 Double Shot Dual-Barrel Double-Action Revolver : A new offering from TSA that is unique because it has two barrels, one mounted over the other, that can fire simultaneously, doubling the damage capability of the revolver. The firer can choose to fire single shots or double shots with the flip of a single switch.

TSA-80







TSA-85 Doubleback Compact Dual-Barrel Double-Action Revolver: A cut-down version of the TSA-80 that makes an excellent hideout gun.

TSA-85







TSA-88 Ranger Dual-Barrel Double-Action Revolver: A large version of the TSA-80, equipped with an excellent scope assembly (+1 to strike on an aimed shot). This weapon was designed to make long-distance shots without sacrificing payload.

TSA-88







TSA-89 Python Double-Action Revolver / Ion Blaster: Similar to the Snake pistol, the Python combines a projectile weapon with a short-range ion blaster mounted under the barrel. This weapon has already proven very popular in the western regions of North America, where revolvers are often the weapon of choice.

TSA-89







TSA-90 Hammerhead Single-Shot Target Pistol: A large, break-open pistol that has been designed to provide maximum accuracy from TSA ammunition at extreme range. The Hammerhead is capable of hitting targets at ranges approaching half a mile, and for a pistol that is almost unheard of. Custom crafted to the buyer's hand and firing posture, each Hammerhead is unique and induplicable - and fairly expensive as well. But all purchasers have agreed that the price is well worth it. (Bonuses: +3 to strike on an aimed shot)

TSA-90







TSA-95 Boot Gun Single-Shot Grenade Launcher: A small weapon capable of firing TSA Launched Grenades to respectable distances. Reminiscent of an oversized flare gun, the Boot Gun is often used as an emergency backup weapon when some enemy has to be brought down immediately. The recoil is severe, though; a user must have a PS of 20 or greater to fire the weapon. If not, he takes 2D6 SDC to the firing arm and there is a 10% chance of fracturing his wrist.

TSA-95







TSA-98 Whiplash Single-Shot Grenade Launcher / Short-Range Ion Blaster: Essentially a combination of the TSA-95 Boot Gun and the short-range ion blaster that has proven effective on several other TSA pistols. This weapon was designed in response to consumer demand for sn extra measure of backup in the single-shot Boot Gun, adn has been selling well, especially to fighter pilots who want a powerful weapon on their person in case they have to eject from their vehicle. The recoil is severe, though; a user must have a PS of 20 or greater to fire the grenade launcher. If not, he takes 2D6 SDC to the firing arm and there is a 10% chance of fracturing his wrist.

TSA-98







TSA-99 Double Trouble Dual-Barrel Grenade Launcher: Similar to the TSA-95, but with two barrels instead of one, doubling the weapon's firepower. This weapon has already brought several brawls to a screeching halt by drunken adventurers mistakenly firing Mega-Damage grenades into a crowded room when they thought they had the weapon loaded with stun or baton grenades. The recoil is severe, though; a user must have a PS of 20 or greater to fire the grenade launcher. If not, he takes 2D6 SDC to the firing arm and there is a 10% chance of fracturing his wrist.

TSA-99







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