Maybe, but I'm curious if. What did Jefferies think on the matter when he drew it? And writers in the room talk. FX artists and producers. I wonder what they did discuss as the series went along. How many parallel universes of might have beens we could come up with from their discussions, as we can from bits of dialogue, story, images, and literature from the franchise over the decades. I'm inclined to treat that as I do lithium crystals -- an early or creative incongruity. You could argue that firing multiple phasers simultaneously might be fruitless if they're all drawing from the same power source, but torpedoes are another matter, unless you imagine they're armed at the time of need from the same power source. I think there's plenty of reason to think that Kirks ship didn't have at least six forward torpedo tubes. The Refit and everything that came after suggest a different convention. That ENT retconned TOS a few years after the intro of the Scimitar doesn't fly. Sure there could be fifty hidden phaser banks, torpedo tubes, and Flying Spaghetti Monsters that we just never saw for various reasons, but, meh, I don't buy it. Nah, ENT gave us phase pistols (phasing tech) and focused only on them. It left it open for the diehards to conjecture that lower-tech lasers ("They're not lower tech!") were then introduced at whatever point in the timeline that the show itself (Star Trek) wasn't going to present, but the point of ENT to keep the Trek casual fans were comfortable with as they took another trip to the well. DSC is a parallel universe, or the Prime Universe is ever-changing to meet our needs. It's a TV show, so either work for me.