|Size||18 Slots (6x3)|
|Cartridge||.308 Winchester Rounds|
|Repairable With||Weapon Cleaning Kit|
|Rate of Fire||High|
|Shock (Head Shot)||20000|
Internal (2 Rounds) |
|Wraps||Ghillie Gun Wrap|
|Colors||Wooden, Black, Green|
|“||Double barrelled hunting rifle. It is equipped with a single lock action. The rifle is uncocked after every shot. The notches that hold the mounting base are positioned directly above the chambers. The barrels float freely while the point of impact remains constant.||„|
The B95 is a Jack-of-All trades rifle. Its low recoil and dual barrel configuration allows for immediate follow-up shots making it capable of engaging targets at medium range with ease. The same attributes make it semi-effective in close quarters, limited mostly by having to reload after only two (powerful) shots.
Background[edit | edit source]
The Blaze 95 as we know it is actually based on the Blaser B97 over-and-under double rifle. The real B95 is a single-action rifle that must be cocked after every shot, where our Blaze 95 more closely matches the double-action B97 in its ability to fire a second shot immediately. These two are otherwise the same rifle, but its an important distinction to make when discussing the weapon from a strategic standpoint.
The Blaser B95 and B97 are known for their customizable design, available in a wide variety of barrel configurations and calibers. The exact version we have is based on options available in real life: a BB97 model with both barrels chambered in .308 Winchester and "Roe deer" ornamentation on the metal sides of the gun.
NOTE: As of Version 1.0.150000 the B95 is not spawning on vanilla servers and any data regarding it may be obsolete.
Attachments[edit | edit source]
Sights and Optics[edit | edit source]
Wraps[edit | edit source]
Crafting[edit | edit source]
The gun can be spraypainted green or black to make it less visible:
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Until 0.55, B95 was chambered in "7.62mm" which was even named 7.62x51mm for a time (see: 7.62x54mmR Trivia).
- The B95 was called the Blaze 95 Double Rifle before 0.60.