Tooling up by Rapier69 ()
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First sketched in my Physics Notebook at school, now brought to life by 3DS Max. The idea is an iron slug is vapourised by a laser, the molten result is shaped into a cylinder shape and compressed to a small bolt by electro-magnetic coils and fed through a crystal matrix to tighten the bolt further for long range or atmospheric use, or to allow it to spread for short range trench clearing work.
Residual plasma energy risks blowing up the gun if fired again too soon, so a blast of liquid nitrogen is fed after each shot to both clear the energy (Nitrogen is inert) and to cool the weapon.
My Physics Teacher - Mr Duckworth - was so impressed with the concept he walloped me over the head with my book and told me to get on with Newton's Equations - no imagination!