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Ripley's Flame Thrower
Ripley's Flame Thrower
Ripley's Flame Thrower


Weapon:
Pulse Rifle/Flame Thrower
Use:
combat
Service:
USCM
Construction:
alloy
Ammunition:
10 mm caseless ammunition
butane gas
Capacity:
95
Dimensions:
Length:
108cms
Weight:
14kgs
Operational conditions:
-20 - +50°C






Name

Ripley's Flame Thrower is a weapon used by Ellen Ripley in the film Aliens. A weapon constructed of a Pulse Rifle and a Flame thrower bound together to form a single weapon. Ripley used the two weapons together when she went looking for Newt who had been taken by Aliens into the Atmosphere Processor buildings and into the Queens' Lair.

Description

Ripley's Flame Thrower is two weapons strapped together to allow for a more manageable firearm when up against xenomorphs.

Construction


Both weapons are constructed of alloy and bound together by tape.

Tactical Uses


Used by Ripley in Aliens (film) and available in the Aliens: Colonial Marines campaigns. In the Aliens: Colonial Marines campaigns the weapon has a greater carried ammo capacity for both weapons with an upgradable opinion.

Characteristics

Reference stats table.


Appearance


Appearances in the following;
Aliens (film)

Variations

Aliens: Colonial Marines.


Interactions

Deployment

Ripley's Flame Thrower is available in the following;


Continuity

Ripley's Flame Thrower is available in the Aliens: Colonial Marines campaigns with the Aliens: Colonial Marines Collector's Edition and Aliens: Colonial Marines Limited Edition versions.

Unlike in the film Aliens, Ripley's Flame Thrower in the game has a Pulse Rifle on left as the counter is on the left and the Flame thrower on the right.

See also




References

Citations

Aliens: Colonial Marines

Notes

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