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PFS StandardReinforced Stock

Source Guns & Gears pg. 152
Price 2 sp; Damage 1d4 B; Bulk L
Hands 1 or 2
Category Martial
Group Club; Traits Attached to crossbow or firearm, Finesse, Two-Hand d6
A reinforced stock is a weighted crossbow, firearm haft, or grip customized for striking in melee. An attached reinforced stock requires the same number of hands as the weapon it's attached to.

Traits

Attached to crossbow or firearm:

An attached weapon must be combined with another piece of gear to be used. The trait lists what type of item the weapon must be attached to. You must be wielding or wearing the item the weapon is attached to in order to attack with it. For example, shield spikes are attached to a shield, allowing you to attack with the spikes instead of a shield bash, but only if you're wielding the shield. An attached weapon is usually bolted onto or built into the item it's attached to, and typically an item can have only one weapon attached to it. An attached weapon can be affixed to an item with 10 minutes of work and a successful DC 10 Crafting check; this includes the time needed to remove the weapon from a previous item, if necessary. If an item is destroyed, its attached weapon can usually be salvaged.

Finesse:

You can use your Dexterity modifier instead of your Strength modifier on attack rolls using this melee weapon. You still use your Strength modifier when calculating damage.

Two-Hand d6:

This weapon can be wielded with two hands. Doing so changes its weapon damage die to the indicated value. This change applies to all the weapon's damage dice, such as those from striking runes.


Critical Specialization Effects

Source Core Rulebook pg. 283 2.0
Certain feats, class features, weapon runes, and other effects can grant you additional benefits when you make a Strike with certain weapons and get a critical success. This is called a critical specialization effect. The exact effect depends on which weapon group your weapon belongs to, as listed below. You can always decide not to add the critical specialization effect of your weapon.

Club: You knock the target away from you up to 10 feet (you choose the distance). This is forced movement.