When firing a dart gun or larami gun, the action of pushing the gun forward while firing. Push firing is much like throwing a punch, although the wrist should not pronate.

A skilled push firer can add 5 to 10 meters to their range, effectively doubling the threat range, and making short range shots very difficult to dodge.

Push firing at close range increases the risk of bayonetting the target with the gun, which can be painful at least.

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