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HSB-200 hold-out blaster pistol (Projectile)
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BlasTech Industries designed the HSB-200 hold-out blaster pistol as a smaller, concealable version of the company's popular DL-44 heavy blaster pistol. However, the miniaturization process comes at a price. The smaller frame is unable to accommodate full-sized power distribution systems, resulting in loss of stopping and penetration force far in excess of size differential.

While advertised as a hold-out blaster, the HSB-200 is relatively large when compared to other models in this category. In order to save credits on manufacturing, many DL-44 parts were directly incorporated into the new design. The result is a diminutive weapon with a full-sized barrel and handgrip.

Following the collapse of the Old Republic, Imperial restrictions banned ownership and sale of many heavy blaster pistols, such as the DL-44. This lead to the popular belief that the over-sized design of the HSB-200 was intentional on the part of BlasTech Industries in an attempt to fill a niche in the market for legal hold-outs with the appearance of a heavy blaster.

  • Raw Materials
  • Quantum: 1
  • Meleenium: 6
  • Tibannagas: 1
  • Varium: 1
  • Damage
  • Type: Energy (P)
  • Fire Power: 13
  • Minimum Damage: 5
  • Maximum Damage: 9
  • Range & Hit Rate
  • Minimum Range: 0
  • Maximum Range: 1
  • Maximum Hits: 5
  • Details
  • Dual Wielded: Yes
  • Slots: Secondary, Primary
  • Dimensions
  • Weight: 0.0008 T
  • Volume: 0.0500 m³
  • Production
  • Batch: 18
  • Per Unit Value: 131 CR
  • Batch Value: 2,360 CR
  • Generic DC: 0.5 Slots