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Post referneces of Guns and Artillery.
direct jpg's or htmls will do.
Links or images, whatever you want. Try to limit the amount of images you post due to bandwidth.
this forum has proven its worth from this thread alone.
Gun references are very useful =)
The only decent rovolver blowout anatomy diagram on the internet. Oh god trust me i've lookd for hours for this little baby...
Heckler and Koch guns only, but why would anyone use anything else?
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Not Heckler und Koch, but interesting, too ..
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My links are all sorta... strewn about, I have horrible link organization. Here are some.. if I find more, I'll post.
Some of these have airsoft guns which may or may not help. I thought the airsoft guns were at least modeled somewhat after their real counterparts. Anyhoo, here ya go...
http://www.skennerton.com/w_at_arms/index_waa0.html (contains nudity; so happens to be one of my favs )
Last edited by sic1; March 29th, 2003 at 03:08 AM.
Weapons specifically used by spec-ops:
I see sic already posted a link to arnie's airsoft site, but here's a specific page that might help more people out.
Having been an airsoft player myself for a little over two years now, I must say that the majority of these guns (the higher quality ones at least) are almost exact replicas of the real thing, down to the trademarks. However they are made out of pot metal and plastic, leading to less durability, and thus a difference in the way light reflects off of them, but I'm getting nit-picky.
Last edited by -W.-; July 4th, 2003 at 08:57 AM.
nice links, I've drawn alot of guns in my time, and I improvise and they turn out well, but these should greatly help! thanks for everyone who put a link up here
Been a long time since I've been around these parts.
http://www.gunsamerica.com has a HUGE number of weapons listed, generally with pictures. if you're looking for a picture of a specific kind of gun, you can probably find it there.
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Last edited by -W.-; March 10th, 2004 at 05:20 AM.
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A good amount of Flintlock Pistols. Pirate guns! I don't even know what language the page is in but you can find some other interesting items if you spend some time clicking around randomly.
I just thought of something, you could probably find some guns at http://www.ebay.com
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Don't know if it's already posted, and I'm not sure if post it here or in vehicles, but anyways:
Detailed stuff, close ups...good reference for concepts. I think it might work too for those who do some work in 3D modeling.
As far as weapons go This is the most in depth look at replica weapons with a function, airsofts. They have an incredable number of replicas and images that are usually so accurate it hurts. My personal favorite is the airsoft deringer pistol, heh 2 shots, not even real shots REPLICAS which means PLASTICE bbs its funny but if I was able to part with money that easy Id have one... any hoo
And for real guns GOD in heaven this is the place to go. My favorite here is the Hecate II, a .50 Calibur sniper rifle. If you know what that means then you know it is not something to mess with, no civilian can own and for us no civilian should own it.
Copy and paste into browsers...
There is nothing more satisfying than knowing your opponent missed.
okay i stumbled on this one by maistake, but i'm glad i did. [IMG][/IMG]
this is my friends 22 cal ak
Muskets and historical arms. A good number of schematics.
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What the hell? Why does it have a pump action shotgun attachment in the front?okay i stumbled on this one by maistake, but i'm glad i did.
Thats so creative! though i find it hard to picture how it is manned.
Hm, thanks for the post. really inspiring
http://www.cherrys.com/ped_rif1.htm (rifle photos)
http://www.tenring.com/stuff.html (fire arms photos)
tons of old stuff- weapons,armours,clothing items
old arms and armour, Glasgow museum