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The lever-action rifle is a centuries-old firearm found around Point Lookout. Hundreds of these firearms were left in the region after the American Civil War came to a close. Since then, they have come into the hands of Point Lookout locals, like the swampfolk and tribals who use them to keep outsiders away from their territory. Despite being 400 years old, the weapon is in remarkable condition, but appropriately is delicate and can break easily. The rifle has a rather low rate of fire, but makes up for it by being highly accurate, and having a large ten round internal magazine that holds 10mm ammunition.