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|PGM Ultima Ratio Hecate II|
Weapon; Live ammunition rifle
«PGM Ultima Ratio Hecate II» is a long-ranged sniper rifle used by Sinon in Gun Gale Online. In the real world, the gun is classified as anti-materiel due to to its incredible power, able to penetrate vehicles and buildings.
- Length - 138cm, 114cm with stock removed
- Barrel Length - 700mm
- Weight - 13.8kg with no sight (14.4 Kg loaded)
- Caliber - .50
- Ammunition - 12.7x99mm NATO
ChronologyEditSBC Gurokken and falling down a chute trap. She ended up in the lowest floor of the dungeon, the place with the highest level of danger. She ended up in a stadium-like area and in front of her was a strange monster that she had never seen although she thought that it was probably a boss-class monster. She thus went to an air vent at the top of the stadium and continued to shoot the boss, who was unable to touch her with any of its skills. She had to make sure that every single bit of ammunition hit the boss's weak-point since she was almost out of range; the damage to the boss would be minimized. After 3 hours of struggling, the boss had dropped a rare piece of equipment that she had never even seen, the «PGM Ultima Ratio Hecate II».
This sniper rifle would give Sinon the nickname "Hecate." She uses it during Bullet of Bullets, although she can only carry six shells with her at a time. Its scope is destroyed when she snipes Death Gun's silenced L119, destroying the weapon and at the same time his return fire hits the scope.
- Originally, the term "Hecate" was the name of Greek goddess of magic.
- In the novel, Hecate is referenced as the goddess of the underworld.
- The PGM Ultima Ratio Hecate II is named after the two sniper rifles made by PGM Precision of France, the PGM Hécate II, an anti-material sniper rifle named after the Greek goddess Hecate, and the PGM Ultima Ratio, which is an anti-personnel sniper rifle named after a Latin expression which means "the last resort".