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Six-shooter – Part One: Firearms
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Six-shooter – Part One: Firearms

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Six-shooter: Bringing the Wild West to D&D!

Six-shooter is intended for people looking to play a Wild West themed campaign using the 5th edition Dungeons & Dragons ruleset. It is provided in four parts, the first three for players and the last for DMs/GMs, but you can pick and choose what you like from any of the rules provided.

The first part introduces a system for running and generating firearms, different types of revolvers and shotguns. With a Wild West theme comes the assumption that most folks will carry a revolver. The aim of the system is for guns to have slight differences that set them apart from each other, so they're not all identical in game terms. It also provides rules for a few additional actions you can take in combat, making it feel a little more tactical.

Six-Shooter's new 1.3 update features a visual design overhaul, cleaned up rules mechanics, and minor tweaks and fixes here and there. There's also a single page cheat sheet (separate download) summarizing most rules you might need to look up during combat.

The other parts of Six-shooter are titled:

And you can also download the custom character sheet separately (form-fillable, printer friendly).

Thank you for your interest!

 
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Nicholas G November 29, 2018 4:51 am UTC
Hey, My friend Bought this and he was showing me since I'm a bit of a gun nut. I looked through it and it is very well made, you've done some good research and conversion, though I did notice something missing. I was looking through the Firing Mechanisms and I realized you missed one, you forgot the Fixed Cylinder/Loading Gate Mechanism. Here's a link with a bit of info on it http://firearmshistory.blogspot.com/2010/07/revolver-loading-mechanisms.html I hope this helps.
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Arvo H November 29, 2018 10:07 am UTC
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Thanks for the link. I'm not sure if I missed it initially or just skipped over it since there were a lot of different types of handgun mechanisms already on the list. I guess if you wanted to have one in the game, it would need to have the restriction that it can't benefit from moon clips or other fast-loading implements.
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Ben E April 23, 2018 12:25 am UTC
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Any plans for including rifles? Or is there another resource that covers rifles already?
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Arvo H April 23, 2018 10:10 am UTC
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There are some general thoughts/guidelines on how rifles might work differently compared to handguns/shotguns in part 4 under the heading "What About Rifles?".
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Jeremy B July 11, 2017 11:19 pm UTC
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Its a bit too wordy for 5e In my opinion. Simplification would serve this well.
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Arvo H July 12, 2017 11:52 am UTC
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Thanks for the input. Rather than rewriting a whole bunch of it, do you think a quick one page summary of the rules/mechanical stuff would clarify/help?
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Arvo H February 07, 2018 6:38 pm UTC
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With the new update I also included a one page cheat sheet. A couple of things have been removed from the rules overall, to make them a little less complex.
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March 31, 2017 4:16 pm UTC
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Enjoying reading through your four products. Is there anyway to do a Print friendly version of these?..nice to read on the screen but currently not really print effective. thanks!
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Arvo H March 31, 2017 4:20 pm UTC
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Sure, I should be able to put up alternate downloadable files over the weekend. I should at least be able to remove the background texture and make the images black & white.
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March 31, 2017 4:22 pm UTC
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Thanks very much. I've been working on a Western theme for a few months now and glad I found your products today.
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Arvo H April 01, 2017 3:19 pm UTC
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Ok, new files should be available for all four parts now. I corrected a few typos and such along the way, but not much else has changed. There's a new table at the end of part four that includes several more (randomly generated) guns! And some info on speedloaders and moon clips and stuff, but that's about it. Anyway, all the new stuff is at the end of part four.
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