Underslung Rotary Blaster Carbine
produced by Merr-Sonn during the height of the New Order, the Underslung Rotary was unusual in its design. First, true to its name, the Underslung Rotary had a ring of galven timed galven coils which rotated into firing position. This allowed individual barrels to coll before being used again, reducing the risk of the weapon overheating. Second, the Underslung was just that, resembling an inverted blaster. It was carried at the hip in an underhanded grip, and didn't need to be raised to be fired. While the weapon's appearance and unique firing mechanism made it popular when it was introduced, the Underslung soon lost its appeal, and became a collector's item.