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Some situations require an extra measure of magnificence of your armaments. Scode baiting, Meat Beetle melting and Secondary School education are just some examples.
Rarely, however, is a piece of wave oscillatrica put so brazenly through its paces as in the hands of an assassin.
A lone professional whose very livelihood and ultimately survival depends on the oomph and precision of his tools tends to be incredibly picky.
This brief is not taken lightly. The finest materials are chosen, a focus group of assassins assembled (in separate rooms, of course) and debriefed on their requirements. There is conceptual design. Blueprints are made. Testing. And inevitably hospitalisation. Conflagratory Overuse Syndrome is a real concern at Grordbort Industries.
The result is the Saboteur 66 – a finely balanced tool-of-the-trade for murderous bastards across the solar system.
Equally impressive at close range as it is over distances up to 230 yards, its POW and Wheel of Fun allow the discerning man hunter to focus the Ultra-Waves in whatever manner achieves the objective. It can put a hole the size of a small ladybug in the forehead of a foreign dignitary at 200 ft or blow an obese torso clean off in close quarters. It's a beaut!
Aside from being comparatively compact, the Saboteur is also incredibly light, roughly equivalent to wielding a small partridge.
Made from Imitation Metal, Imitation Bakelite and Imitation Tremontium*
*While arguably inimitable individually, these compounds, when fused together under Earth's atmospheric conditions, take on a density and surface texture that is vaguely approximate to something called “ABS plastic”.
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