Differences will be clearly marked or placed in the Notes and References section.
The Seburo Compact-eXploder (more commonly referred to as the Seburo C-X), is a blowback-operated, magazine fed automatic long handgun. Very similar to the Bobson in overall proportions and design, the C-X is different obviously due to the extended slide on the top of the weapon, but also in how the bullets are fed to the weapon's firing chamber, or barrel.
In a similar fashion to the Fabrique-Nationale P90 personal defense weapon, the C-X uses a long magazine that holds the rounds perpendicular for maximum capacity, then spins each of them 90 degrees to align with the muzzle as they are fed in sequence. Because of the length of the weapon, the C-X also exhibits satisfactory precision over long ranges, similar to a rifle.
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