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    Drawings Sparty Actually Made

    Post by [FAZE]xXx420blaz3sc0pexXx on Sat Jul 28, 2012 1:22 pm

    Exactly what it sounds like.



    A special operator.



    The cockpit of a giant robot.
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    Re: Drawings Sparty Actually Made

    Post by [FAZE]xXx420blaz3sc0pexXx on Sat Oct 27, 2012 2:03 am

    Might as well use this thread for something.

    Gun time!



    The P-22 Repeater Pistol is your usual sidearm. Being a pistol, it can accept one of three chamberings - 9x19mm Parabellum (25 round magazine capacity), .45 ACP (15 round magazine capacity), or 5.7x28mm (20 round magazine capacity). The rear sights are mounted on a tactical rail and can be replaced with a micro-reflex if required. A protruding barrel allows for a suppressor to be attached. An underbarrel tactical rail allows for laser sights and flashlights to be attached. The weapon is relatively reliable, with good range for a pistol.



    The HP-75 Heavy Repeater is similar to a Desert Eagle in size, shape, and function, but fortunately, not weight. Designed as a heavier counterpart to the P-22, the HP-75 accepts three chamberings - .357 Magnum (eight round magazine capacity), .44 Magnum (eight rounds), and .50 Action Express (seven round magazine capacity). There are three tactical rails - two on the underside for use with lasers and flashlights, and one atop the barrel to attach a 3x scope. Recoil buffers in the weapon, as well as the use of relatively lightweight metals, help to make the HP-75 a lighter, more controllable, yet still powerful hand cannon.



    The MP-22 Tactical Machine Pistol has the designation MP-22 for a reason - it's a fully-automatic machine pistol derived from the P-22. The pistol can accept the same three chamberings - with a magazine capacity of 40 9x19mm, 25 .45 ACP, and 30 5.7x28mm. The slide is mounted back further, placing the hammer inside the slide. The weapon, in addition to a single-shot mode, has an automatic fire mode capped at 1200 RPM - or 20 rounds per second. For this reason, the MP-22 is often used with a composite stock to decrease the oppressive recoil, especially when .45 rounds are used.

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