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These are potential weapon concepts for the "Black Age" table top war-game. The empire is longest and largest human institution to ever exist. Imperial weapons, with a few exceptions, will be relatively simple and quick to produce. This makes them somewhat less powerful and accurate than their confederate counter-parts. However, imperial weapons are very reliable and will almost never jam. There are three major arms producing companies in the empire: United Imperial Arms company (UIAC), Southern Imperial Arms company (SIAC), and Northern Imperial Arms Company (NIAC).

note: If you would like to contribute your ideas to the black age project you can enter the "The Empire wants you" contest. Additional information can be found here [link]

Individual Weapon descriptions

UIAC produced weapons

"Flash": The flash rifle, or just the F.O.B. rifle, has been in imperial service for over half a century. It uses focused ozone beam (F.O.B.) operation. Although F.O.B. type weapons are extremely lethal they put a great strain on the parts of the weapon. This means that the F.O.B. rifle is limited to semi automatic fire. This was not a problem in the wars the Empire faced up until the first Imperial confederate war, where fighting was often at close range and very fast. The F.O.B. is very popular with imperial troops and is still in use by many regiments throughout the empire

"Commando": This weapon is basically the same gun as the "Flash" rifle, but it has been shrunken down for better use with special forces and drop troops. It has also been reinforced to allow for automatic fire, although its sustained fire capabilities are still limited. There is also a version of this rifle made by SIAC. Characterized by its more traditional pistol grip, the rifle is a favorite of drop legions.

"Zioman": Named for emperor Zioman the first, this weapon combines lessons leaned from the F.O.B. 2 project as well as the 1st imperial confederate war. the main objective of the weapon is to offer soldiers larger amounts of fire power. It is also one the first popular assault rifle weapons developed in the empire. If uses ionized ozone beam (I.O.B.) operation. Although not as powerful as F.O.B. operation, it is easier on the weapon and allows for automatic and sustained fire. The Zioman is currently in use by a large portion of the interior guard and slowly working its way into the imperial armed forces. It was also one the first successful weapons to use the new "imperial standard" power supply unit.

"Cararov": One of the few weapons designed to use F.O.B. 2 operation, this weapon was prone the lock ups and overheating. While still in use by several regiments within the empire it is slowly being phased out of service in favor of the Zioman rifle. It uses the same power supply unit as the Zioman rifle.

"Pipe" named for its resemblance to a popular smoking pipe used by imperial officers, this is one of the few successful F.O.B. operation pistols. Its is fed with the same cylindrical power pack as the full sized F.O.B. rifle.

"Screamer" Although this pistol uses the largely unsuccessful F.O.B. 2 operation. it has been very popular among the officers that have used them. It uses an advanced coolant system not available at the time of the Cararov rifle. This, however, makes it more expensive so its production is somewhat limited. It also makes use of the Imperial standard power supply instead of the more common cylinder power pack used by most pistols.

"Rebel" this pistol is meant for undercover forces or for anyone who needs to have their weapon concealed. It uses an advanced version of the F.O.B. system that gives it a big punch in a small package. Often used by naval personnel because of it's small size. it uses a modified, shorter version of the cylinder power pack.

"Liberator" this disposable pistol is meant to be dropped to resistance forces to aid in disruption of enemy forces. it uses F.O.B. operation, though it is slightly less powerful than military F.O.B. rifles. It uses an integral power supply that cannot by recharged.

NIAC produced weapons

"Pain bringer" This pump action shotgun predates even the F.O.B. in its service to the emperor. It is virtually indestructable and will fire any 12 gauge ammunition available in the empire. Very popular among those who use them.

"Blow Torch" This 8 gauge shotgun is used mainly for crowd control and in forced entry. Called the blow torch because of the large amount of muzzle flash. It is powerful, yet somewhat heavy and cumbersome. Its fires almost all 8 gauge ammunition available to imperial soldiers.

"Black Box" Named for its use in the black ops and its unique ammunition selection system, the Black Box is powerful and offers useful options to those trained to use them. The Black Box uses a shot selection system so the user can chose to either fire a standard round or pre loaded special ammunition, the special ammunition is loaded into a holding magazine located between the trigger and the magazine. when selected by the firer the special ammunition can be chambered and fired. This weapon is popular among imperial special forces but is rare among standard soldiers.

"Equalizer" This weapon is built for the singular purposed of firing lots of high power rounds into the enemy. It is popular in the Empire, and even the Confederacy. Very reliable and powerful. However it somewhat heavy, and ammunition supply can become a problem in the field.

"Ruskie" This rifle was built for imperial forces operating in artic conditions like the Mekalov asteroid fields along the northern Imperial border. It is unrivaled in freezing conditions and will operate in conditions that would stop even the F.O.B. rifle. Named the Ruskie for its resemblance to guns used by ancient Russians before the great war.

"Blooper" Called the blooper because of the sound it makes when firing, this weapon is the current standard grenade launcher in the empire. Grenade launchers have always been a common thing among imperial troops. It acts as a midpoint between standard rifles and the more specialized anti armor heavy weapons. Fires standard 50 mm grenade of almost any type.

"Stalking Death" This sniper rifle replaced the older "Long John" F.O.B based sniper rifle. It fire .45 caliber high powered magnum rounds. recoile is dealt with by a large muzzle compensator and shock bracing located in the stock. The rifle is very powerful and has enough range to deal damage at long distances. It uses a standard 4X through 12X digital telescopic sight but can be fitted with various sights for special purposes.

"Vigilant" A pistol version of the Black box rifle, it is still common in the black ops and other special forces groups.

"Gargoyle" This pistol has become the standard pistol among officers in the empire. It can be configured to fire either .357 or .45 inch rounds. Very reliable and accurate. this pistol has also become a favorite of criminals because it is louder and more distinctive than its F.O.B. counterparts.

"Man Stopper" This pistol is considered overkill by many of the older officers in the empire but it a common sight among younger officers and NCOs. It is arguable the most powerful, and uncontrollable, pistol in the empire. It is very robust and is often used as a small club in close quarters combat.

"Pepper box" Although bulky and inaccurate, the pepper box remains a common sight in the imperial military. It can either fire each of its barrels individually or together in "volley" mode. This pistol is also very good at destroying enemy moral because it is very loud and distinctive.

"Tavert" Named for the general that popularized it, the Tavert rivals the Man Stopper in its Powerl. The Tavert can also fire several types of special ammunition to make effective in uncommon situations.

"Trench rat" As its name suggests, this weapons is used primarily in trenches. Although imperial defenses are very good, imperial still need a way to defend themselves if the enemy can get into friendly trenches. F.O.B. rifles and other full sized guns are often too unwieldy and bulky to be effective when fighting in the confines of a trench so the Trench rat is given to every third man in a platoon to try an balance its abilities. The trench rat is also infamous for being used as a tool of mobs and criminals.

"Flat Head" This was developed to fire 50 mm grenades and flares. It proved to be nearly impossible to control when firing and was largely dropped by official military forces. It was. however, picked up by several rebel and paramilitary groups that were glad to have the extra fire power.

SIAC produced weapons

"Torch" The Torch does damage by emitting linked highly focused electromagnetic charges. This energy "beam" can cause severe burns, disrupt nerves, and cause organ failure. The torch is used in space warfare of in a vacuum environment that would render other weapons useless. It is currently being phased out in favor of the smaller Flesh Eater beam emitter.

"Puragator" Flame throwers have always been viewed with suspicion by imperial commanders because their limited range and volatile nature can cause undue casualties. However, their abilities to clear bunkers and emplacements is invaluable. The puragator combines an advanced liquid fuel and discharge system to increase the range to what is deemed "acceptable".

"Rattle Snake" The Rattle Snake is an assault rifle made to work in an airless environment. It never gained much popularity and is rarely seen in large numbers. Although more accurate than bean emitters it was too unreliable for large scale usage.

"Flesh eater" this weapon is similar to the torch but it is made to be smaller and more easily handled. Its also has a higher emission rate than the torch making it more powerful when using sustained fire.

"Militant" The militant is considered to be the first truly successful weapon to use pulse operation. It is considered by many to be the most powerful rifle in the imperial arsenal. It has become the primary weapon ot the infamous Black Ops and can be found in small numbers in other special forces groups. It can be configured in several ways thanks to its two part ammunition system. the first part, the load, decides the power and range of the round. Special loads can do anything from turning the rifle into a small mortar to creating a tracer light on the round. the second part, the round, is the projectile. There are several projectiles including incendiary, non lethal, poisoned, silenced, explosive, and EMP rounds. This weapon single handedly saved the pulse power project and re-earned SIAC dignity lost to UIAC with the success of the Zioman rifle.

"Blood reaper" The blood reaper was the first pulse rifle to reach military service. It turned out to be unpopular with troops because it had to frequently cleaned and maintained. A few models were supplies with anunder slung grenade launcher, but these were usually discarded to save weight.

"Trench Master" Another attempt to make a weapon that was affective at close quarters. The trench master proved to be unsuitable for the military because it had to be kept very clean to function. It was, however, very popular in the interior guard and among police forces.
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Justarandomperson7 Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2015
No LMGs?
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HolyFurryFish Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2014
The Liberator's trigger reminds me of a water-gun! XD Anyway, cool weapons Coonass, love the Pain Bringer with its Spas-12 look!
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ItachiXMegumi Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2013  Student
Cool Stuff !
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KalothSwiftstrike Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Completely love 'em, especially the little names for them all. xD
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ayayay-500 Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2013
If I had a IG regiment, i'll use them all instead of flashlights.
Nice Work there.
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Shadow123455 Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2012
holy baloney, I LOVE THOSE GUNS!!!!!
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AarondaImmortalSaint Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2012
AWESOME !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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shindongouk Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
wow.. lost my word
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skullmaker66 Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
like the cararov
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CYCLONEKITTY1818 Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
These are potential weapon concepts for the "Black Age" table top war-game. The empire is longest and largest human institution to ever exist. Imperial weapons, with a few exceptions, will be relatively simple and quick to produce. This makes them somewhat less powerful and accurate than their confederate counter-parts. However, imperial weapons are very reliable and will almost never jam. There are three major arms producing companies in the empire: United Imperial Arms company (UIAC), Southern Imperial Arms company (SIAC), and Northern Imperial Arms Company (NIAC).

note: If you would like to contribute your ideas to the black age project you can enter the "The Empire wants you" contest. Additional information can be found here [link]

Individual Weapon descriptions

UIAC produced weapons

"Flash": The flash rifle, or just the F.O.B. rifle, has been in imperial service for over half a century. It uses focused ozone beam (F.O.B.) operation. Although F.O.B. type weapons are extremely lethal they put a great strain on the parts of the weapon. This means that the F.O.B. rifle is limited to semi automatic fire. This was not a problem in the wars the Empire faced up until the first Imperial confederate war, where fighting was often at close range and very fast. The F.O.B. is very popular with imperial troops and is still in use by many regiments throughout the empire

"Commando": This weapon is basically the same gun as the "Flash" rifle, but it has been shrunken down for better use with special forces and drop troops. It has also been reinforced to allow for automatic fire, although its sustained fire capabilities are still limited. There is also a version of this rifle made by SIAC. Characterized by its more traditional pistol grip, the rifle is a favorite of drop legions.

"Zioman": Named for emperor Zioman the first, this weapon combines lessons leaned from the F.O.B. 2 project as well as the 1st imperial confederate war. the main objective of the weapon is to offer soldiers larger amounts of fire power. It is also one the first popular assault rifle weapons developed in the empire. If uses ionized ozone beam (I.O.B.) operation. Although not as powerful as F.O.B. operation, it is easier on the weapon and allows for automatic and sustained fire. The Zioman is currently in use by a large portion of the interior guard and slowly working its way into the imperial armed forces. It was also one the first successful weapons to use the new "imperial standard" power supply unit.

"Cararov": One of the few weapons designed to use F.O.B. 2 operation, this weapon was prone the lock ups and overheating. While still in use by several regiments within the empire it is slowly being phased out of service in favor of the Zioman rifle. It uses the same power supply unit as the Zioman rifle.

"Pipe" named for its resemblance to a popular smoking pipe used by imperial officers, this is one of the few successful F.O.B. operation pistols. Its is fed with the same cylindrical power pack as the full sized F.O.B. rifle.

"Screamer" Although this pistol uses the largely unsuccessful F.O.B. 2 operation. it has been very popular among the officers that have used them. It uses an advanced coolant system not available at the time of the Cararov rifle. This, however, makes it more expensive so its production is somewhat limited. It also makes use of the Imperial standard power supply instead of the more common cylinder power pack used by most pistols.

"Rebel" this pistol is meant for undercover forces or for anyone who needs to have their weapon concealed. It uses an advanced version of the F.O.B. system that gives it a big punch in a small package. Often used by naval personnel because of it's small size. it uses a modified, shorter version of the cylinder power pack.

"Liberator" this disposable pistol is meant to be dropped to resistance forces to aid in disruption of enemy forces. it uses F.O.B. operation, though it is slightly less powerful than military F.O.B. rifles. It uses an integral power supply that cannot by recharged.

NIAC produced weapons

"Pain bringer" This pump action shotgun predates even the F.O.B. in its service to the emperor. It is virtually indestructable and will fire any 12 gauge ammunition available in the empire. Very popular among those who use them.

"Blow Torch" This 8 gauge shotgun is used mainly for crowd control and in forced entry. Called the blow torch because of the large amount of muzzle flash. It is powerful, yet somewhat heavy and cumbersome. Its fires almost all 8 gauge ammunition available to imperial soldiers.

"Black Box" Named for its use in the black ops and its unique ammunition selection system, the Black Box is powerful and offers useful options to those trained to use them. The Black Box uses a shot selection system so the user can chose to either fire a standard round or pre loaded special ammunition, the special ammunition is loaded into a holding magazine located between the trigger and the magazine. when selected by the firer the special ammunition can be chambered and fired. This weapon is popular among imperial special forces but is rare among standard soldiers.

"Equalizer" This weapon is built for the singular purposed of firing lots of high power rounds into the enemy. It is popular in the Empire, and even the Confederacy. Very reliable and powerful. However it somewhat heavy, and ammunition supply can become a problem in the field.

"Ruskie" This rifle was built for imperial forces operating in artic conditions like the Mekalov asteroid fields along the northern Imperial border. It is unrivaled in freezing conditions and will operate in conditions that would stop even the F.O.B. rifle. Named the Ruskie for its resemblance to guns used by ancient Russians before the great war.

"Blooper" Called the blooper because of the sound it makes when firing, this weapon is the current standard grenade launcher in the empire. Grenade launchers have always been a common thing among imperial troops. It acts as a midpoint between standard rifles and the more specialized anti armor heavy weapons. Fires standard 50 mm grenade of almost any type.

"Stalking Death" This sniper rifle replaced the older "Long John" F.O.B based sniper rifle. It fire .45 caliber high powered magnum rounds. recoile is dealt with by a large muzzle compensator and shock bracing located in the stock. The rifle is very powerful and has enough range to deal damage at long distances. It uses a standard 4X through 12X digital telescopic sight but can be fitted with various sights for special purposes.

"Vigilant" A pistol version of the Black box rifle, it is still common in the black ops and other special forces groups.

"Gargoyle" This pistol has become the standard pistol among officers in the empire. It can be configured to fire either .357 or .45 inch rounds. Very reliable and accurate. this pistol has also become a favorite of criminals because it is louder and more distinctive than its F.O.B. counterparts.

"Man Stopper" This pistol is considered overkill by many of the older officers in the empire but it a common sight among younger officers and NCOs. It is arguable the most powerful, and uncontrollable, pistol in the empire. It is very robust and is often used as a small club in close quarters combat.

"Pepper box" Although bulky and inaccurate, the pepper box remains a common sight in the imperial military. It can either fire each of its barrels individually or together in "volley" mode. This pistol is also very good at destroying enemy moral because it is very loud and distinctive.

"Tavert" Named for the general that popularized it, the Tavert rivals the Man Stopper in its Powerl. The Tavert can also fire several types of special ammunition to make effective in uncommon situations.

"Trench rat" As its name suggests, this weapons is used primarily in trenches. Although imperial defenses are very good, imperial still need a way to defend themselves if the enemy can get into friendly trenches. F.O.B. rifles and other full sized guns are often too unwieldy and bulky to be effective when fighting in the confines of a trench so the Trench rat is given to every third man in a platoon to try an balance its abilities. The trench rat is also infamous for being used as a tool of mobs and criminals.

"Flat Head" This was developed to fire 50 mm grenades and flares. It proved to be nearly impossible to control when firing and was largely dropped by official military forces. It was. however, picked up by several rebel and paramilitary groups that were glad to have the extra fire power.

SIAC produced weapons

"Torch" The Torch does damage by emitting linked highly focused electromagnetic charges. This energy "beam" can cause severe burns, disrupt nerves, and cause organ failure. The torch is used in space warfare of in a vacuum environment that would render other weapons useless. It is currently being phased out in favor of the smaller Flesh Eater beam emitter.

"Puragator" Flame throwers have always been viewed with suspicion by imperial commanders because their limited range and volatile nature can cause undue casualties. However, their abilities to clear bunkers and emplacements is invaluable. The puragator combines an advanced liquid fuel and discharge system to increase the range to what is deemed "acceptable".

"Rattle Snake" The Rattle Snake is an assault rifle made to work in an airless environment. It never gained much popularity and is rarely seen in large numbers. Although more accurate than bean emitters it was too unreliable for large scale usage.

"Flesh eater" this weapon is similar to the torch but it is made to be smaller and more easily handled. Its also has a higher emission rate than the torch making it more powerful when using sustained fire.

"Militant" The militant is considered to be the first truly successful weapon to use pulse operation. It is considered by many to be the most powerful rifle in the imperial arsenal. It has become the primary weapon ot the infamous Black Ops and can be found in small numbers in other special forces groups. It can be configured in several ways thanks to its two part ammunition system. the first part, the load, decides the power and range of the round. Special loads can do anything from turning the rifle into a small mortar to creating a tracer light on the round. the second part, the round, is the projectile. There are several projectiles including incendiary, non lethal, poisoned, silenced, explosive, and EMP rounds. This weapon single handedly saved the pulse power project and re-earned SIAC dignity lost to UIAC with the success of the Zioman rifle.

"Blood reaper" The blood reaper was the first pulse rifle to reach military service. It turned out to be unpopular with troops because it had to frequently cleaned and maintained. A few models were supplies with anunder slung grenade launcher, but these were usually discarded to save weight.

"Trench Master" Another attempt to make a weapon that was affective at close quarters. The trench master proved to be unsuitable for the military because it had to be kept very clean to function. It was, however, very popular in the interior guard and among police forces.
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PoshPete117 Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2011
this ain't warhammer 40,000 is it??

cool anyway, what is this table top game??
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ErinPrimette Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Cool! I launched a weapon design contest here: [link]
You may join it if you're interested.
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Bmaster1994 Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2011
great work man. keep it up!!!
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josephgore2 Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2011
Indeed very great.
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Daedor Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2011
Or just "lasgun", because mass-producing a single type of weapon with several variations from forge world to forge world is much more effective than having umpteen billion specialized weapons.
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wolfjager44 Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2011
I would change the FG-42 styled grips. That was a dumb idea from German Engineers on the early FG-42s (And did not carry over to the later models produced in small numbers in '43). The plan on that was to have a gun that a paratrooper could comfortably aim down and fire WHILE in mid jump after the chute was deployed. It ended up being a nuisance and the only thing that made the gun popular among the troops it was issued to was the massive psychological effect it had. It had really poor accuracy, but it made British soldiers defending Crete piss their trousers and surrender just from the loud, frightening sound it made on full auto.
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Blackskullprops Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2010
i agree photoshop the hole i can see where u moved everything tis distracting.
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jakehunter Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2010
Lovely!
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DJBIG Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2009
I've noticed several WWII era weapons themes mixed in there if I'm not mistaken. Very nice stuff.
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youngneo Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2009  Hobbyist Writer
where is the E-11??? o_O
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Coonass Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2009
a stormtrooper stole it
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Magocracy Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2009
Ahhh... it reminds me of Warhammer, and I love Warhammer. Fave-worthy indeed.
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Terror-and-Love Featured By Owner May 6, 2009
Just plain sexy. I love the weapon designs
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omgitsduane Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2009
nice collection
some ww2 inspiration i see
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Juskan Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2009
AWESOME!
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Love-Rhino Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2008
Wow, now there's an impressive collection! I particularly like the Zioman - It's just my kind of bulky!

Since I'm not too good at drawing firearms myself, I'll probably wind up looking at these for reference quite a bit...
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bullshitninja Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2008
all pretty nifty, but the "vigilant" barrel is at most an inch long.
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LordOfDecay Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2008
niece job
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SomebodyMinus1 Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2008
Why haven't you added these to the Empire Collection in your gallery? I assume you will eventually but you have had quite some time to, maybe you forgot. Just a reminder anyway. There are a few other of your submissions that have not been organized yet, as well. No pressure, I don't want to be a pain.
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Coonass Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2008
no worries, im a terrible organizer and procrastinator, and sometimes i need to be goaded with a cattle prod to get my act together
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Onni-Hitsok Featured By Owner May 30, 2008  Student Filmographer
this idea may have alredy been mentioned but have you thought about drawing these in a CAD program like "Auto CAD" or "Turbo CAD"
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Coonass Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2008
Ive thought about it, but I haven't gotten around to learning the program enough to make it usful, its one of many things on my to do list
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Onni-Hitsok Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2008  Student Filmographer
its a nice program, but takes a lot of time to draw a good image
my A5M2 .50 Cal Sniper Rifle [link]
took quite a few hours, and lost quality when set up for upload in JPG
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Brods Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Liberator aint going to do much Is it??????
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Coonass Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2008
remember the liberator pistols that the allies dropped to the French resistance, its about that effective.
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Brods Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
WOW!
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Coonass Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2008
well, it might do some damage if you lashed it to the end of a poll and started clubbing the enemy with it. On a more canon note, several of the guns were also rigged as make shift grenades by overloading their power cells.
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Brods Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Nice
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Coonass Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2008
indeed
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Brods Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:D
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EndCorp Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2008
These are really good!
well done!
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FreelyRelaxed Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2008
nice guns make more like these
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cat2432 Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2007
holy hell!auto fav!
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MalletMann Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2007
The angle on some of those grips are a little off. Like the commando.
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Coonass Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2007
The grips you speak of (such as the commando, flash, cararov, and purgator) have grips based on the German FG42 [link] , in fact, these guns take a lot of inspiration from German style weaponry.
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II-Kibosh-II Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2008
Dude, the grip of the 42 was made like that because it was a paratrooper weapon and had limitations on size, and a vert grip would stick out too much. The actual paratroopers who used the weapon hated the grip, because it was hard on the hands and difficult to control during auto fire. They wanted it changed to a near vert grip pretty much as soon as they used it. Look that stuff up next time, I'm sure you could find it somewhere.

Also, you erased a lot of the weapons it looks like.
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Marco112112 Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2007
Very Very Cool Guns Man I lov e them u should try to make some unique melle weapons like knifes combat swords stuff like that
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Coonass Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2007
I was never any good at close combat weapons, although I am trying to practice.
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yuari2099 Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2007
great concept dude...!
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Bunbunkaclick Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2007
Mind if I send these to my friend? He makes up a lot of DND shit, and writes a lot of stories, so I'm sure he would love to see some cool designs he could use. I'd make sure if he uses them he sights the reference, and gives credit to you for the guns.
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