Double barrelled hunting rifle chambered for .308 Winchester rounds. It is equipped with a single lock action. The rifle is uncocked after every shot. The notches that hold the mounting base are positioned directly above the chambers. The barrels float freely while the point of impact remains constant.
The Blaze 95 Double Rifle is a Jack-of-All trades rifle. While equally precise as the base Repeater and Mosin 9130 a complete lack of attachments, let alone dispersion-reducing attachments, makes it technically less accurate. Its low recoil and dual barrel configuration allows for immediate follow-up shots making it capable of engaging targets at medium range with ease. The same attributes make it effective in close quarters.
Pressing the “T” key switches the weapon into double-barreled mode, in which both barrels will be fired upon shooting. This mode has exactly the same dispersion as single-barrel mode, giving it the ability to land two rounds almost perfectly. Its unique status makes the Blaze 95 Double Rifle highly appreciated among experienced survivors.
The gun can be spraypainted green or black to make it less visible:
- The Blaze 95 Double Rifle is based on the Blaser B95.
- Until 0.55, Blaze 95 Double Rifle was chambered in 7.62x54mmR.
- Its Snaploader was neglected, and was left with 7.62x54mmR, making it useless in 0.55.