nging the sword itself would consume.

   

“How much mana do you think it will consume to swing this?”

   

“You won’t be able to swing more than two times.”

   

 “Then what about this?”

   

He took out a bow and tried to pull the bowstring.
Lilil shook her head in fear.

   

“One would be enough.”

   

He pulled out various weapons.
Whether it was a spear, an axe, or a gauntlet, Lilil shook her head.

   

Just how much mana did she have? Although Jinhyuk himself did not have concepts such as mana, he pitied Lilil, who lacked so much even as a person born from this world.

   

“Okay, then what about this?”

   

He pulled out a K-2 rifle.
The king of the gate blessed the monsters that appeared on Earth, so modern weapons did not work.
This made them cheaper, so he had it bought.

   

It barely requires any power.
Handling a gun requires skill, not some strength.
Of course, there are guns that convert energy used by hunters into bullets and fire them, but Jinhyuk didn't take them out because he was sure they’d consume mana.

   

“Huh… that doesn’t use magic.”

   

“Then I'll have to use this.”

   

Jinhyuk put his rifle on his shoulder and aimed.
It would be easier to hit if he used his energy to improve his eyesight, but that might consume Lilil’s magical power, so he held on to that for now.

   

“It’s bad to use all of your magic power, right?”

   

“I-I heard you could die if you do.”

   

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“Then I’ll try to not use any mana.”

   

Jinhyuk took out a 30 round magazine from his inventory.
They had bullets in it, and having bought a lot of bullets, there was a lot left in his inventory.
Since it didn't consume any mana, he thought it could be a shooting practice.

   

‘It’s a goblin for relieving stress, but that’s not why I’m here.’

   

I put the magazine in and pulled the loading handle.
Lilil looked at him blankly and asked.

   

“What weapon is that? It’s my first time seeing it.”

   

“Oh, this? It is the weapon from the world I lived in.”

   

He closed his left eye and aimed at the head of the goblin.
Not used to shooting, the muzzle kept shaking.
Jinhyuk dropped on the floor and stabilised by rooting the magazine into the floor.

   

“Okay, this should be good.”

   

Preparation was over.
Jinhyuk took out earplugs from his inventory and handed them to Lilil.

   

“ear plugs? Why are you giving this to me?”

   

“This weapon is a bit loud.
If you don't want to hurt your ears, put them on.”

   

Lilil plugged the earplugs into her ears with a puzzled look.

   

Jinhyeok also put the earplugs in and then set it to semi.
Single rounds are perfect for shooting practice.

   

“Here it goes…”

   

Inhale and exhale, then pause – holding it.
Pull the trigger slowly until it fires.

   

bang!

   

“Oh my!”

   

Lilil was startled by her unexpected sound and sat down.
She  didn't expect it to be this loud.
To be this loud with the earplugs plugged in, that weapon was quite scary.
Lilil calmed her chest and looked at the iron bars.

   

The goblin was fine, but he was trembling.

   

“I missed.”

   

There were traces of bullets passing through the iron bars.
Jinhyuk felt ashamed to miss from such a short distance.
But once you make a mistake, you can’t miss the next one.

   

The goblin started panicking.

   

“Keeek! Please, please spare me! I was wrong! I will never torment humans again, so please spare my life!”

   

The roar of the rifle and the power to pierce the iron bars were perfect to create a sense of fear.
Goblins move frantically, terrified by a strange power they've never seen before.

Jinhyuk started to feel worse as it became difficult to aim.

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‘Besides, I feel more awful seeing it crying for its life.’

   

The goblins slaughtered on Earth were ruthless.
They were mind-controlled by the king of the gates, but not here.
Jinhyuk wondered if it was okay to kill an innocent goblin.

   

“I won’t eat human babies anymore! I won’t kidnap a passing human woman to reproduce with them! So please!”

   

He is a sinful goblin.
Let’s kill him.

   

It was difficult to hit with it constantly moving, so he stood up again.
He switched from semi to auto.
He wasn’t confident enough to hit a moving target in semi.

   

“I’ll turn you in to a tasty meal, so hold still.”

   

Bang bang bang bang bang!

   

The goblin howled loudly as Jinhyuk kept the trigger pulled.
The sound of the bullets hitting the iron bars was brutal, and the goblin ran around the prison with even more panic.

   

When his bullets ran out, he naturally put the empty magazine into his inventory, then reloaded with a new one.
He wasn't good at aiming, but he was at least confident in swapping magazines.

   

Jinhyuk gradually got used to aiming and shooting.
With one change of magazine, he was successful in killing the goblin.
The goblin lay limp covered in blood.

   

“Phew, that took some effort.”

   

Jinhyeok unplugged the earplugs and put the rifle back in his inventory.
Lilil looked at him with twinkling eyes.

   

“Wow, isn’t that overpowered? You are using magic without even using mana!”

   

“Hmm, but this weapon has no boundaries, though?”

   

She’s not in the academy yet, but there's probably a rule saying you can't kill students in battle.
In other words, a rifle can shine in monster hunting, but not in battles.

   

Having said that, Lilil nodded her head in disappointment.

   

“Y-you’re right.
Even summons are restricted to weapons provided by the academy.”

   

“Don't worry.
Your magical strength might increase by eating that goblin, right?”

   

“Can you really eat that goblin?”

   

Lilil looked at the goblin in doubt.
It's basic common sense in this world that goblin meat is not edible, she said.

   

However, the same was said back on Earth.
Until great chefs broke that idea.

   

‘I’m confident enough in cooking monsters.’

   

Jinhyuk smiled and pressed the button to open the prison.

   

“Trust me.”

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