I would assume there is a sort of hooking system that would pull the rounds out from the magazine like a certain prototype Russian gun that I know of. As for ejection of the rounds, that's an issue I can't address myself since I can\t seem to find the ejection port on this thing.
Can you describe in more detail what in that would be a bitch? Realism and functionality is important to me in my concepts, I want to make serious ideas about future weapons. And I've only got experience of a cheap AK47-copy done in the 60s from cast iron (Rk62), I'd love to hear a pro's view.
Changing the magazine on that sucker would suck. The less steps there are to do things in combat, the better. On that gun design, you would have to roll the weapon barrel all the way up past your head, up in the air behind you to get ahold of the magazine. AR platforms make changing mags easy, the magazine is right in front of your hands (humans can naturally bring their hands together in the dark, which may not seem important but trust me), and it takes a simple push of a button to drop the magazine, and another very accessible button is used to unlock the bolt from the rear.
i was wondering what he ment to because i own guns and hunt and this seems very suitable for many light weight situations my shotgun is harder to carry then this looks like it wud be which military grade i wud expect this so idk what he ment but i thought u nailed it
That is one really well done model/render. It's sad people are actually wasting their time talking about recoil and inefficient magazine design or how realistic it is when it's a piece of art someone took time and effort on. who gives a shit about realism that's one bad azz model and we should view it as such.
Excellent design and extremely well modeled, but I'm trying to understand the functionality of what looks like two ammo feeds. One on the butt, and one above the trigger, unless one of them isn't a feed.
Extended barrel shroud/foregrip and optics on the rail. Otherwise, absolutely sick--and functional, it seems. Side view would be cool, also.
I'm in agreement with the range limitation of the round, unless they're not regular pistol rounds; i.e., nonstandard HE propellant-charge bullets. With, say, metamaterial forward curvature for improved ballistics.
Very nice, I think this would actually run incredibly well as a close to mid range weapon. Especially when paired with a good optic. Seems the limitation is the round you are using (pistol rounds under perform).
only suggestion I have is the addition of hand stop up on the foreend, possibly extending the weapon's body so it shrouds more of the barrel so the operator can grip further forward and higher for greater control.