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How does an e-clip work?

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How does an e-clip work?

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Well, briefly, it acts as a battery essentially, a high-capacity one. Part of a high-tech gun is a chip called the Energy Regulation Chip (ERC) which is factory set to determine the optimal level of energy-to-firing ratio. This is why the same e-clip will yield different ammunition pools in different weapons. Yes, you can tweak the ERC for a little extra damage, but it is more or less optimally set already and there is a chance that the more energy you pump through, the greater the opportunity for the weapon to damage itself and (at high rates of energy overflow) damage others.

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