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Cryodyne 'Korolev' Disruption Carbine by CryonIndustries Cryodyne 'Korolev' Disruption Carbine by CryonIndustries
-Cryodyne 'Korolev' pattern Disruption Carbine
Designation: Directed-Energy Carbine
Magazine Size: 24 charges
Ammunition: Velkan Power Cell, Solid Core
Output: 840 GR
Weight: 2.2 kg, unloaded, 2.8 kg, loaded
Fire Rate: 800 RPM
Range: Short to Medium

Specific Features
-Compact size and concealment capabilities make for a very desirable CQC weapon. Small profile. Scope and foregrip come stock with the weapon.
-Advanced targeting scope provides thermo-electrical detection enhancement
-Exceptional cooling system

Advantages
-Lightweight and maneuverable
-High Damage Output
-Low Maintenance Costs
-Accurate under sustained fire
-Cools down very quickly

Disadvantages
-Expensive Ammunition
-Short range
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Great-5 Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Very nice design here! What is it, a plasma gun of some sort? Or some kind of particle beam weapon? I'm totally loving the design for it though...you should color it!
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CryonIndustries Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2012
Not really. Disruption is a directed energy type that fires in a short blast called a 'bolt'. That bolt is essentially super-condensed wave energy with a charge. That charge is polarized based upon the targeted matter. Most elements found in carbon-based organic molecules have a negative charge. The wave is to disrupt the bonds between the atoms (separating the molecule) into its elemental components of carbon, hydrogen, etc. by firing a same-charge bolt at the molecular structure. It literally disintegrates the molecular bonds. Disruption can be countered by polarized shielding.
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Great-5 Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Bolt? Plasma weapons fire in bolts too. Ah, so it breaks apart the molecular bonds of the target? Yep, that seems to be how a lot of disruptor weapons in Star Wars and Star Trek seem to work. Not sure if it'd work that way at all in real life, though, but it's a cool concept.
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CryonIndustries Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2012
But a problem with pretty much all (theoretically possible) plasma weapons (charged matter) is that their heat disperses very rapidly, an effect called bloom. Plasma weapons aren't viable unless a delivery method is produced, hence why I believe pre-packaged gaseous matter (in some kind of casing delivered via electromagnetic coil) that is agitated to extreme temperatures (via some unknown means) and given a charge would be more viable than some kind of magical 'magnetic bubble' (which is an explanation given all too often to plasma-based weaponry.)

The same-charge electromagnetic blast of the disruption bolt allows the wave energy to penetrate and disrupt the molecular bonds. It's forced atomic dislocation via electromagnetic forces and high frequency/high density waves, but the word disruption sounds cooler. The wave energy isn't audible, but the electromagnetic discharge is, as it is coursing through the air. A preliminary laser ionizes the path for the bolt to travel. Since the wave energy is slower than the laser, it is often most easily seen by a bright visual distortion.

But half the fun is that it's fictitious, and made mostly believable by explanation :D
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