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Aug 31, 2006 | 10:56 AM EDT
  • Daily 4th Place September 1, 2006

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>>More recent guns of mine and another tutorial can be found there -> t/people/scrimpy <<
I have also upped the guns there because the download in this Flash doesn't work anymore: t/media/files/scrimpy/553

Otherwise, enjoy and thanks for the collection and daily fourth <3

~ scrimpy



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

not to bad

it was prety cool,um....that was a bad joke you put in there

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very Nice

Very well done, one of my favorite, er should i say obsessive things to do is to keep editing my guns to look better, especially now with your tut,though none of mine are actual guns.... but in any case well done, though i would have wished for a sorta "How To" for some of the effects, mostly the moving bits on guns. Very well done

scrimpy responds:

I have covered the advanced stuff in the newer tutorial. Includin moving parts.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Really good

Very good tutorial, nice FBF explanation, very detailed. Only downside is that I couldn't download the gun packs [Broken link] :( That doesn't stop me giving it a 10/10 though!

scrimpy responds:

It's nothing new that the link is broken.

Thank you anyway.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I loved it

Glad to know there are other that know about guns.
Im suprised how accurate these were ( although the mp5 mag was a bit thin)

do you airsoft, just wondering

scrimpy responds:

Making it accurate is easy: Find a picture. Trace it.
It only becomes problematic if it's too dark in some places so you cannot exactly see the outlines.

And no, I do not airsoft, it's pretty ironic. I've got some at home, but that's looooong ago.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


This was very helpful. Not only does it help you actually make guns, but tells how they work and shoot. I just finished making a Colt .45. It's not as great as the one in this tutorial, but it's one of my actually good creations.

What I wish you would do is tell how the gun reloads. Like the Colt .45. Does it reload like a 9mm handgun? Or do you put the rounds through the slot that opens when the gun is out of ammo? Also, you should've explained more about how shotguns work, shoot, and reload. There's lots of shotguns, like the pump-action, automatic, sawn-off, and others not even in any categories.

scrimpy responds:


Colts reload like every other normal Pistol.
Yup, more shotties.