Strongbox Pattern fehrcannon rifle (Slab Rifle)
A lever-action repeating fehrtech strongbox pattern rifle.
A trigger lever, which is located around the trigger guard area, is used to cause a central axis to revolve in a double cell-holding compartment beneath the barrel.
The central axis usually contains two sets of contact pins and revolves by 45 degrees at a time, with the sets of pins having a 45 degree angle between each other, and placed linearly along the axis. Each set of contact pins is usually enclosed in a fixed quad resonator cell chamber. The loading action will rotate the pins into place for a single resonator cell to be primed alternately between the fore and the back quad chambers.
Most fehrcannon slab rifles will have a total of 8 cells, but short single-chamber 120 degree arc triple cell models are also common.