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  • Dipole Mag-lock

    For warriors in power armour, mag-locks are as common as holsters for securing weapons. The typical mag-lock consists of strong electromagnets near a suit of power armour’s surface, and mirrored magnets on the weapon to be attached. A dipole mag-lock can …

  • Kraken Rounds

    The superior propellants in kraken rounds provide increased range without sacrificing armour penetration, while their ultra-dense adamantine composition and improved explosive charge provide a final burst of force for puncturing the heaviest armours. * …

  • Metal Storm Rounds

    Metal storm rounds are tipped with proximity triggers, causing them to detonate sooner than standard bolt shells and release their payload of explosive frag before fully penetrating the target. When employed in a bolter with a high rate of fire, they can …

  • Dragonfire Shells

    Dragonfire shells replace their main explosive charge with an air-reactive concentrate. When the round detonates, the payload combusts in a burst of fire, offering area saturation comparable to a flamer. *Effects:* Decrease the weapon’s Damage by 2. …

  • Fire Selector

    A staple tool of the Deathwatch, a shot selector allows for speed and ease of switching between magazines of different ammunition, maximising tactical flexibility when deployed under uncertain parameters. A weapon with a fire selector can have up to three …

  • Deathwatch Suspensor

    Because a Deathwatch Kill-team is often deployed without support, the ultimate in battlefield flexibility is required. The anti-grav plates and studs of suspensors attach to a weapon or equipment, making it easier to use by offsetting some of the weight. …