Kel-Tec PLR-16, Custom

The PLR-16 that's ready for serious action.

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weapon (ranged)
Description:

This is a customized Kel-Tec PLR-16. It is ideal for a personal-defense role and / or CQB.

The additions over standard include:
A single-point sling for ease of carry and a more steady firing position than a normal handgun. An under-mounted accessory rail and hand-guard. A combined-unit laser sight and tactical light. A custom muzzle brake, and muzzle brake attached suppressor. A high-end 2.8 power scope, attached in a manner which allows the use of the iron sights as an alternative, and so that the scope does not co-witness the front sight.

This is Ritter’s go-to gun for the “zombie apocalypse.” Originally, he considered the zombie scenario as nothing more than a funny joke passed around the professional shooting community. Having witnessed the things of the “world of darkness,” he now takes the zombie scenario a great deal more seriously, and has stocked up on soft-point ammo which gets tight groups with this weapon.

Ritter also intends to develop a more generalized CQB version of this weapon for his comrades.


Weapon Name Damage Accuracy Range Weight Rate of Fire Capacity Minimum Strength vs. Recoil Bulk Recoil Cost Tech Level
Kel Tec PLR-16, Standard, 5.56mm 4D 4 500/3000 3.42 3~ 10+1 20+1 30+1 9 -4 1 $1300.00 7

In comparison to a bare-bones PLR-16, the customized version has incredibly light recoil due to the use of a muzzle-brake or suppressor. The customized version is also bulkier due to the use of the scope and tac-light/laser combo. The use of the sling allows the operator to press the weapon outwards during firing to increase stability. It’s not as good as a stock, but it’s better than what one would get with a 1-handed pistol shot. This adds to effective accuracy. (This assumes all shots are fired 2-handed.)

The scope allows the shooter to engage targets further out by making them appear closer. Having a good range-to-target estimation, though, is very important with this setup, since the PLR-16’s trajectory is more “rainbow-like,” (in comparison to a full-length barreled M-16.) Shots taken at 400 yards or longer incur a -1 penalty to-hit, since this is at the very tail-end of the weapon’s usable trajectory.

This also assumes standard military ordnance. Developing a custom load for accuracy will increase the accuracy rating by +1.

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Kel-Tec PLR-16, Custom

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