Question of the day trivia:
In the long past guns with multi-barrel shot mechanism such as 'Pepper-Box' were rather popular. They were very inaccurate but their stopping power could rival that of a modern day shotgun. Nowadays things like AF2011A1 are very rare however.
Needless to say, among cons of such construction are:
-problematic feeding & reload mechanisms
But there was yet one other very down to earth reason as to why we could not have (let's say) 4 barrel .50 BGM handgun. What reason is that?
First person to give a right answer would become a model for Unit 6 'weapons provider' (representing either "Seburo" - well known from Masamune Shirow series small arms company, or "Banheim Ltd." - my own 'European counterpart' to Seburo which specialize in high end ammunition and Sniper Rifles manufacturing)
Contest is up until resolved! G'luck
June 20, 2016