Seventh Seraph CQC-12

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Seventh Seraph CQC-12
Seventh Seraph CQC-12.jpg
Production overview

Manufacturer:

Rasputin

Rarity class:

Legendary

Weapon type:

Shotgun

Min-max impact:

10

Min-max stability:

41

Min-max handling:

72

Min-max magazine:

6

Specifications

Ammunition type:

Special

Rate of fire:

80 RPM

Damage:

Solar

Effective range:

49

Service history

Affiliation:

Rasputin
Seraphs

 
"Word into law, held at gunpoint."
— Weapon description

The Seventh Seraph CQC-12 is a Legendary Shotgun manufactured by Rasputin for the Seraphs.

Perks[edit]

  • Lightweight Frame: Superb handling. Move faster with this weapon equipped.

The weapon is eligible for randomized perks, but the following is the curated roll.

  • Rifled Barrel: Ranged shotgun barrel. Increases range. Greatly decreases handling speed.
  • Steady Rounds: This magazine is optimized for recoil control. Greatly increases stability. Slightly decreases range.
  • Lead from Gold: Picking up Heavy ammo also grants ammo to this weapon.
  • Shield Disorient: Energy matched shield explosion disorients nearby combatants.

The following are the randomized perks for the weapon.

  • Barrel Perks
    • Rifled Barrel
    • Smoothbore
    • Smallbore
    • Barrel Shroud
    • Corkscrew Rifling
    • Full Choke
  • Magazine Perks
    • Steady Rounds
    • Assault Mag
    • Appended Mag
    • Tactical Mag
    • Extended Mag
    • Accurized Rounds
    • Light Mag
  • 1st Perk Slot
    • Lead from Gold
    • Auto-loading Holster
    • Quickdraw
    • Slideshot
  • 2nd Perk Slot
    • Shield Disorient
    • Vorpal Weapon
    • Snapshot Sights
    • Trench Barrel

Trivia[edit]

  • The bar that protrudes from the rear of the weapon's upper receiver when it is pumped is reminiscent of the slides seen on older pump-action shotguns like the Winchester Model 1897, better known as the Trench Gun. These shotguns use an external hammer, which is cocked by the slide as the user pumps the action.

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