Gauss Weaponry uses the Gauss Principle to accelerate ferrous matter toward a target with tremendous force, speed and accuracy. The weapon systems are designed around an ammunition feeding system that sends the object rolling down a series of polarized magnetic coils or rings. Each magnet pulses at a precise moment, exponentially increasing the speed and force behind the shot. By the end of the accelerators, the object has enough momentum to do significant damage to anything that gets in its path.
Example: Gauss Cannon, Rail Gun, Mass Driver
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