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 ARM-110, Bullpup Tacticlol Spec Ops Stuff
Fischermann
Posted: Jun 19 2011, 05:26 AM


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The ARM-110 is a 7.62x45 Assault Rifle, made specially for the FNA ''Bearclaw'' Special Assault Units. Set in a bullpup layout to maximize barrel length, the ARM-110 is a gas operated, rotating bolt weapon, coming default with a grenade launcher. (The grenade launcher can be removed.) The grenade launcher fires the special 40mm caseless rifle grenade launcher uses 25mm Caseless Grenades. The Rifle has picatinny rails on top to attach optics, and comes with flip - up iron sights.

The rifle can fire semi - automatically and fully automatically. Fire Selector and Safety is combined and is on top of the pistol grip.

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Samozaryadnyastan
Posted: Jun 19 2011, 07:43 AM


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Very nice, though I'm not sure about the ergonomics of the foregrip. It looks like the thumbhole is too small, and the grip itself is too wide, leading to an uncomfortable grasp.


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Andorianus\Dystopianus
Posted: Jun 19 2011, 11:29 AM


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Very nice, design wise. Art wise it is also very well, although the magwell does look a bit unusual.

I like it. Although I do suggest you change that foregrip.


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Samozaryadnyastan
Posted: Jun 19 2011, 11:48 AM


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QUOTE (Andorianus\Dystopianus @ Jun 19 2011, 12:29 PM)
Very nice, design wise. Art wise it is also very well, although the magwell does look a bit unusual.

I like it. Although I do suggest you change that foregrip.

That magwell's basically a design trait for you now, Fischermann.
I'd say enlarge that thumbhole circle, and then move it down and to the right, to make the foregrip less chunky.


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Fischermann
Posted: Jun 19 2011, 01:21 PM


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QUOTE (Samozaryadnyastan @ Jun 19 2011, 11:48 AM)
QUOTE (Andorianus\Dystopianus @ Jun 19 2011, 12:29 PM)
Very nice, design wise. Art wise it is also very well, although the magwell does look a bit unusual.

I like it. Although I do suggest you change that foregrip.

That magwell's basically a design trait for you now, Fischermann.
I'd say enlarge that thumbhole circle, and then move it down and to the right, to make the foregrip less chunky.

Only my early guns had that trait. Also, the grip wasn't supposed to be very comfortable (it was only to be used during surpressive fire and, well, obviously, grenade launching) though I'm changing it to be more comfortable.

I don't use that curved magwell anymore, actually. The reason I used it was because of the fact that the back part was inspired from the SIG 556.

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