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The circle is a reticle, the arrows are enemy ships, and the planes are (apparently) the angle of the gun The same display appears on the turret in The Force Awakens, when Finn and Rey are escaping from TIEs on Jakku. It's subtle, but the vertical planes tilt back and forth while Finn aims the gun back and forth, so they're apparently meant to indicate the ...


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One example of widespread use of slugthrowers was on Haruun Kal, featured in the Legends novel Shatterpoint. Slugs (in both handheld and vehicle-mounted forms) were the standard-issue weapon of the planetary militia, and both sides in the guerilla Summertime War used them. In this case, the main reason for using slugthrowers was their lower technological ...


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