E.M.A. Ammunition

Damage & Cost for EMA ammo according to weapon type

Ammo type Revolver Auto Blaster Sniper Rifle Assault Rifle Cannon
Solid Projectile 31
15 cr / 16 rnd drum
68/18
30 cr / 60 rnd clip
40
20 cr / 32 rnd clip
60/16
30 cr / 60 rnd clip
1600
300 cr / shell
Light Explosive Projectile 63
160 cr/16 rnd drum
98/25
500 cr / 60 rnd clip
70
300 cr / 32 rnd clip
93/23
500 cr/ 60 rnd clip
1750
1000 cr/ shell
Heavy Explosive Projectile 94
320 cr/ 16 rnd drum
130/33
950 cr / 60 rnd clip
102
600 cr/ 32 rnd clip
124/32
950 cr / 60 rnd clip
1800
1150 cr / shell
Acid Filled Projectile 24+S6/T9
200 cr/ 16 rnd drum
50+S8/T9
600 cr /60 rnd clip
28+S8/T9
380 cr/ 32 rnd clip
42 +S8/T9
600 cr / 60 rnd clip
1500+S30/T
1500 cr/ shell
Poison Filled Projectile 24 +S15/T8
220 cr/ 16 rnd drum
50+S15/T8
650 cr / 60 rnd clip
28+S15/T8
400 cr/ 32 rnd clip
42 + S15/T8
650 cr / 60 rnd clip
1500+S30/T
1250 cr/ shell

Description

  • Solid Projectile– Solid 8.0 mm Plasti-steel slug with a electrically charged core and
    with a Teflon tip.
  • Light Explosive Projectile- Special plastic explosive 8.0 mm slug, with a thin
    Plasti-steel coating.
  • Heavy Explosive Projectile- Concentrated plastic explosive 8.0 mm slug, with thin
    Plasti-steel coating.
  • Acid Filled Projectile- Highly concentrated acid in a thin Plasi-steel shell.
  • Poison Filled Projectile- Highly fatal poison in a thin 8.0 mm needle-like slug.
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