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.
StrongBox Pattern weapons are engineered with the mentality of fitting all necessary mechanisms below the main barrel of the weapon, as opposed to oculus pattern weapons. StrongBox firearms vary from primitive fehrguns to advanced automatic rifles.