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Post subject: Re: Real Gunbucket For Real DesignsPosted: April 29th, 2019, 7:39 pm
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Post subject: Re: Real Gunbucket For Real DesignsPosted: April 30th, 2019, 1:23 pm
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Well done drawings, Dalamace!
An old self loading pistol, with a rather odd mechanism: Mannlicher M1894.
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A forward moving barrel which locks the breech. It used a unique 6.5 mm cartridge. Cheers.


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Post subject: Re: Real Gunbucket For Real DesignsPosted: April 30th, 2019, 2:22 pm
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reytuerto wrote: *
An old self loading pistol, with a rather odd mechanism: Mannlicher M1894.
Splendid drawing and good choice of this (now) very rare gun.

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Post subject: Re: Real Gunbucket For Real DesignsPosted: April 30th, 2019, 11:59 pm
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Thanks, Eswube and Cplnew! I am watching the very interesting videos of Forgotten Weapons of old firearms with clever and well designed guns, but also with strange, odd and sometimes absurd mechanisms. And the autopistols of the late XIX century (well, not only the pistols, the machine guns too!) are the zenith of this era of technological transition.

Here is the next model of Mannlicher´s pistol, M1905:
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Cheers, and once again, thanks.


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Post subject: Re: Real Gunbucket For Real DesignsPosted: May 1st, 2019, 7:20 am
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reytuerto wrote: *
Thanks, Eswube and Cplnew! I am watching the very interesting videos of Forgotten Weapons of old firearms with clever and well designed guns, but also with strange, odd and sometimes absurd mechanisms. And the autopistols of the late XIX century (well, not only the pistols, the machine guns too!) are the zenith of this era of technological transition.
Forgotten Weapons is one of my favorite YT channel, very well documented, you are right.

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Post subject: Re: Real Gunbucket For Real DesignsPosted: May 1st, 2019, 3:21 pm
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Heya guys!

Thanks to Reytuerto pointing out a detail about the M14E2, I have fix that by adding a little line to show that the grip has indeed been glued to the stock. I also have added some shading to it but I will admit that shading is not something I am terribly good at.

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Also have drawn the M14 with the Starlight night vision scope. This thing is massive and I have struggled to make sure it is proportional to the drawing, quite difficult due to the lack of dimensions for this particular model. If anyone have any please do let me know!

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Another model of the M14 is the M21, which is just an M14 that have been rigged to only be set to semi-automatic and given a scope, making it a dedicated marksman rifle. Many thanks to Darth Panda for the basis of the scope.

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Finally, the last drawing I have is the modern Mk 14. The modern take on the classic M14 by giving it a new body including rails for accessories to be attached to. Thanks to Darth Panda once more for the scope and bipod.

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As always, thank you to Colosseum for the M14 itself and if there is anything wrong with the drawings please do correct me! Once again, thanks Reytuerto for pointing out the M14E2!

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Post subject: Re: Real Gunbucket For Real DesignsPosted: May 1st, 2019, 3:31 pm
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I drew that bipod many years ago but nice work on these ;)

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Post subject: Re: Real Gunbucket For Real DesignsPosted: May 4th, 2019, 12:16 am
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Good evening, gentlemen!
Nice series of M14, Dalamace! I remember the Starlight sight over a MaDeuce, but in a M14 it looks really massive! Aiming and firing it must be a very challenging task!


Another old pistol of the Dual Monarchy: Frommer Model 1910.
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A sound and reliable pistol, but aesthetically very ungainly! An odd choice, because it was a locked breech design, but chambered to a round even weaker than the already weak .32 ACP, the 7.65 x 13. Cheers!


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Post subject: Re: Real Gunbucket For Real DesignsPosted: May 10th, 2019, 12:29 am
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Good evening, guys!
The italian service rifle in both world wars, was a Carcano's design. In WWI, there was a long rifle (fucile da fanteria), a calvary carbine (moschetto di cavalleria) with a folding bayonet, and a short rifle.
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In the years previous to WWII, the italians found that the 6.5 mm cartridge was underpowered, so they developed a spitzer 7.35 mm round in a short rifle, Fucile Modello 1938. But with the war, they reverted to de previous 6.5 round, so M38 is found chambered for both cartridges. Oddly, it was equiped with fixed sights (at 200 mts) and a detachable folding bayonet, this bladed arm was later simplified and was converted to a fixed blade bayonet.
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Later in the war, a longer version (bu not as long as M91) of the Carcano, Modello 41 was made. Cheers.


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Post subject: Re: Real Gunbucket For Real DesignsPosted: May 11th, 2019, 11:59 am
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