- Spring-loaded magazine release lever
- Full length body and stock
- Cartridge ejection area
- Improved rails and rail section
- Operational charging handle with magazine loaded
- Front grip slightly improved
- Highly detailed magazine
- Where the heck do the empty cartridges go? Are they ejected, and where do they eject from?
My thanks goes to Cody Ryan; he told me that the cartridges eject from one of the handles. The following video confirms the ejection port at the base of the rear portion of the handgrip (about 40 seconds into the video):
Quoting Tom Eastaway
ever deduction. I always found the hardest part of scaling a model was judging the width. I generally just guess.
I did too until the P90. It was easier to deduce for the P90 than it was for the HK416 or even the Thompson M1928. You've done an excellent job on your firing weapons. I wish I had the pieces to male a reliable firing mechanism, or maybe a blowback mechanism. Hey, that's an idea!
Quoting Tom Eastaway
at work. Quick question, is it really that wide?
Yes, based on the height of the 5.7mm cartridge, the magazine must be 6-studs wide. Since the magazine and the stock are the same width and the stock steps down twice (see v3 for that on mine), it makes sense that the rail and grips are 4-studs wide. Besides, modern guns theses days are just getting fatter and fatter, like the OICW. Thanks for the compliment!
Hey,Lawrence,it rocks. Its very nice work. But,you asked me to make a FN F2000. I think I can't replicate it,so sorry. But i can try to make a Bizon SMG,or a Pancor Jackhammer. What's better? You decide. thanks. Please review my M-14. Thanks.
...I guarenty to you if I had your p-90 the only thing I would have to do to make it shoot is make a gear box for an iner semiauto mech which I am capable of doing,and it would not efect your features to the gun.
Bohdan: It's either awesomely real appearance and functionality or awesomely cool it shoots but it only kinda looks like the real thing, isn't it? I feel that I am fully capable of creating my own firing mechanism. Yes it is easier to replicate the real design as accurately as possible when it doesn't shoot, but that in itself is not easy to do. I want to replicate it up to the point where someone who knows the gun inside and out says "yeah, you got it perfectly". If I create a firing mechanism, I lose the ability to have an internal bolt system. Thanks for the comment.
Xiazeran: Thank you. It's hard work and time consuming. However, it all depends of what 'working' means. My guns, save for a few, focus on the external and internal designs more than getting them to shoot something.