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Another 3D gun by me :3 It's my most recent 3D model at the moment... it should be a bit better than the other models...
it shows a double-barreled revolver with some ammo on a marble plate :P
For more pics please visit my art forums thread! ^^

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good

very god draw

pretty good but a few issues

First off there's no practical reason to make it double barreled unless throwing the balance off is your plan :P being double barreled revolver as it is why is there only one cylinder? and only one hammer? also the handle is a little short but i suppose it could work if the wielder works out his wrist a LOT the sight is also off the front post is too long and i can't really see a rear groove but from a non technical stand-point....not bad

Sanchez150894 responds:

XD You impress me everytime you write a review! Respect and lots of thanks!
I'll keep those details in mind if I design my next revolver ^^
btw: Are you in the army or something like a weapon specialist? Just curious :3

That's awesome!!

Think that gun should be an idea for the next 1st person shooting game!!

woah

coolest...gun...EVER!

Wow!

Pretty good model dude, looks awesome.

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