So after finishing another semester of college, and preparing to move to Seattle finally, I got some time in between all of that to create a new weapon. So hopefully you will enjoy! And if you are in Seattle, let me know!
Though the 50-95 was a choice of mine, I ended up going with the classic .500 S&W Magnum. I always remember this revolver I was selling at my old pawn shop, and how even the biggest men were scared of even trying to fire it, and wanted to recreate that intense feeling with this beast.
hehe yeah i see but the round it self is smaller compered to the 50-95 rifle round for the old winchester 1876 but in power then im not sure wich one is the wildest the 50-95 was a black powder catrige, but fill that op with modarn powder and a champer that is able to handel the pressure then i think you got one mean Goliath if we use the same powder for both round then the 50-95 whud hit the hardest since that is the biggest of the two
True points, but while it has awesome stopping power, it is a HUGE bullet made for rifles and getting range. The .500 mag is made for primarily revolvers and has surprisingly more stopping power when used with the proper gun. That, and using a handheld 50-95 would knock even a lumberjack on his ass quickly. But when used in a proper rifle, the 50-95 is awesome, but wouldnt be able to use a .500 mag very well. Its all about getting the right tools for the job.
GAAAA!!!!! Pay... there's always something that costs! Well u see I wnat Kingdom hearts turn to guns! You know what I mean? And I wanted you to make keyblades turn to guns! Get it? Also why does it have to pay?!!!!! Why can't you guys be generous and do it for free?!!!! I mean come on man! I would willing to color a pic for anybody without cost!!!!
Because I have a full time job working in a restaurant, a 2 year old to take care of, and not much time to do much art anymore. Plus, normally my weapons go upwards of $150 a piece, since that is my part time job, since it takes time, effort, thinking, skill, so on and so forth. Thats why I do pay. You shouldnt do free either, unless its to a very close friend or family member. you get taken advantage of if you go with doing free art...
Yeah, but light alloys suck for big hand cannons. You have to have the weight and sturdiness, otherwise it just risks blowout and other safety hazards. And plus, its about as realistic as Jax's roboarms, so it can be as heavy and as big as it wants to be, and whatever character were to wield it, they would do it awesomely.
that is true but not all of the gun has to be a heavy alloy only the barol, pin, and chaimber have to be strong and heavy alloy the rest can be like thick plastic. like the M-16, P-90, and G36C or even the cornershot
Actually, when it comes to weapons that don't have dynamic recoil-reduction mechanisms, such as revolvers, the heavier the material used in the frame, cylinder, and barrel, the better. This is because recoil is an embodiment of Newton's Laws. For example: "Every action has an equal and opposite reaction" - The force imparted on the bullet to make it travel is mirrored back into the object firing it. The reason bullets are so small and light are because when force is exerted upon them, they move much more quickly than a heavier object. The same force applied to a much heavier gun will cause it to recoil less significantly. Shooter comfort, however, limits this weight, and it will only help so much. In this case, a vertical gas-venting compensator is added to the front of the barrel, which helps reduce vertical climb upon firing, and lessens wrist-fatigue for the shooter. All in all, a very sexy-looking gun. I'd say the dimensions of the cylinder make .50BMG nothing more than wishful thinking, but perhaps another rifle round wouldn't be out of the question. I could easily see this handling anything from 5.56mm to 7mm, and beyond.
I love guns that could be either a heavy pistol or a light carbine. Basically short-barreled rifles with no stock, that you can hold like a pistol. They're all over science fiction, but very rare in real life.