|King's Arms Model 1897 Dorda "Tac Tac"|
|The "Tac Tac" featured a strange magazine configuration, namely a drum placed horizontally atop the gun, instead of the more common vertical configuration beneath and forward of the trigger guard.|
|Because of the top-drum, loading the 'Tac Tac" from a seated position in cramped conditions was made less difficult, and for that reason this vehicle-mounted variant was very popular amongst Airship gunners.|
|Place of Origin||Inoroth|
|Variants|| Mks I–V
Aircraft Pattern Anti-Aircraft configuration Light Infantry Pattern
|Weight||28 pounds (13 kg)|
|Length||50.5 inches (1,280 mm)|
|Barrel Length|| 26.5 inches (670 mm)
|Rate of Fire||500–600 rounds/min|
|Muzzle Velocity||2,440 feet per second (740 m/s)|
|Effective Range||880 yards (800 m)|
|Feed System||50 or 100 round Stella Magazine|
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