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Of the scene in which the weapon is introduced, the script for "Field of Fire" describes, "''Behind them, the doors OPEN allowing O'Brien to ENTER carrying a high-tech rifle and wearing a targeting device on one eye. A small box-like device has been attached to the muzzle of the rifle.''" {{st-minutiae|resources/scripts/563.txt}}
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Of the scene in which the weapon is introduced, the script for "Field of Fire" describes, "''Behind them, the doors OPEN allowing O'Brien to ENTER carrying a high-tech rifle and wearing a targeting device on one eye. A small box-like device has been attached to the muzzle of the rifle.''" {{Star Trek Minutiae|resources/scripts/563.txt}}
   
 
Director [[Tony Dow]] wasn't sure the weapon was going to work in "Field of Fire" due to the complexity of its design. "''I thought it essential that we really see the insides of the walls''", he recalled. "''I mean, actually go through a wall so that the audience understood what was happening.''" (''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion]]'', p.651)
 
Director [[Tony Dow]] wasn't sure the weapon was going to work in "Field of Fire" due to the complexity of its design. "''I thought it essential that we really see the insides of the walls''", he recalled. "''I mean, actually go through a wall so that the audience understood what was happening.''" (''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion]]'', p.651)
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