It is an air cooled, gas-operated pulse-action assault rifle which uses a 10mm caseless cartridge. The round is designed to inflict serious damage, boasting a steel-jacketed, high exlposive armour peircing tip. For even more firepower, the rifle sports an underslung 30mm pump-action grenade launcher. Despite its small size the magazine can hold 99 rounds, though it is usually only loaded with 95 to decrease the chances of jamming. The grenade launcher can hold 3 grenades at once.
The rifle derives its name from its unique firing mechanism which uses electronic pulses rather than a firing pin to ignite its propellant. This lowers the amount of moving parts that the weapon needs to operate, as well as improving its rate of fire.
It also features an electronic LED ammo counter. The rifle is made mostly from lightweight alloys and plastics and its electronics are powered by a lithium battery located in its handle. As a result, it is surprisingly portable and very reliable.
User Notes :”The M41A Pulse Rifle is the standard issue for all United States Colonial Marines. It fires a 10mm Explosive Tipped Caseless Light Armour Piercing round. The M41 uses electronic pulse action to fire, controlled directly from the trigger. The internal mechanism, including the rotating breech, is mounted on free-floating rails within a carbon-fiber jacket. This assembly is recoil dampened to reduce the effects of muzzle climb during burst and full automatic fire. From the thumb selector, the weapon can be set to selective, four-round burst, or full automatic fire, the latter allowing a rate of fire up to the weapon’s cyclic rate of 900 rpm”
Men’s Domain note: We know it is not real but it would be kick-ass to have one