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Would an "Advanced Revolver" be considered light?


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Silver Crusade

An advanced revolver weighs exactly the same as a light mace so would it be considered a light weapon?

I am working on a dual pistol build so I'm trying to determine what the pistol is considered.

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Weight has nothing to do with it. As the table indicates, a revolver is a 1-handed weapon.

Liberty's Edge

There are no light firearms. Weight doesn't necessarily factor in as much as ease of use. There's no way to get that -4/-4 TWF penalty down without taking an archetype or feat that allows you to treat one-handed weapons as light weapons.

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