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The primary action chambers a .303 MK 10 round with a muzzle velocity of nearly 3,400 ft. The secondary fire function activates a special attachment designed to accelerate neural activity with tailored electromagnetic pulses. This frequently creates the perception among snipers that time has slowed while in focus mode. Maquis engineers made the design decision to filter only low-mass objects, resulting in improved power consumption which allows the device to stay active indefinitely. One main difference between its British counterpart and the Fareye FR-1 is the weapon's magazine; It contains only 4 bullets instead of 6.