Morris Machine Works
"To get to the championship, you've got to use the best. That's why I use Morris." -- Randy Stockbridge
Morris Machine Works has only one goal - to be the best. Morris' top-of-the-line defensive weaponry can be found on the vehicles of many of today's top duellists - like California Division 15 champion Randy Stockbridge. "In the lower cost divisions, every penny is precious," Stockbridge says. "My crew always gets more than its money's worth with Morris dropped weapons. They've saved my life on seven separate occasions. What more can I say?" If you want to be the best, go with the best - Morris Machine Workes.
The finest gas screen technology available has produced the new Gas Streamer. Creates walls of smoke or paint in an instant - in any direction!
Gas Streamer - 1 DP, cost $100, weight 50 lbs; 1 space. Holds 2 shots (CPS variable). Creates a 5" x 1/2" smoke, paint, or tear gas cloud (lay five 1" x 1/2" counters end-to-end) straight out from the side the weapon is mounted on. If mounted in a turret, the cloud may be placed at any angel, so long as it goes straight out from the vehicle, even straight ahead. Other than the size, treat the various clouds lide regular smoke, paint, or tear gas. Smoke loads have a CPS of 50 and a WPS of 25; tear gas is CPS 100 and WPS 25; and paint is CPS 50 and WPS 10. Both loads in the streamer must be the same type - no mixing.
Heavy Duty Ice Dropper
Morris takes a cool idea one step further. To put the "Big Chill" on unwanted tailgaters, the new Heavy Duty Ice Dropper is for you!
Heavy Duty Ice Dropper - 4 DP, cost $1,000, weight 100 lbs; 3 spaces. Holds 10 shots (CPS 100, WPS 10). Loaded weapon costs $2,000, weighs 200 lbs; loaded magazine costs $1,050, weighs 115 lbs. Creates a 2" x 1" inc counter that behaves exactly like a standard ice counter.
"Go with the best!"
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