Legacy of the Forlorn
Rotating Ammunition Chamber
An Improvement to Firearm Technology
In an attempt to reduce the time it takes to reload and fire the gun, Navarre Edasseril did much experimenting until he came up with an extraordinary method. He created a light, cylindrical piece of metal with six holes just large enough to hold a bullet. The cylinder lines up a bullet with the barrel of the weapon and when the trigger is pulled, the hammer is released, striking the bullet, igniting the shot, and sending it down the barrel. When the hammer is pulled back again or when the trigger is pulled it activates the chamber, rotating it so that the next live round is placed in line with the barrel. Both actions, pulling back the hammer and pulling the trigger, will cause the chamber to rotate, ensuring that the next live round will be ready to be fired. This rotating chamber allows the user to fire many shots before needing to reload, making the firearm even more deadly.