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Puma-N-02 by peterku Puma-N-02 by peterku
Concept of futuristic rifle – P.U.M.A

Another piece on the chain. Classic mag I replaced by two energy canisters on the sides. Canisters can operate independently. There is a way to use left, right or both at once They are mounted by pushing inside and turn 90 degrees. Opposite move will reject them out. Each side has display with info about actual conditions. These information is also transferred to digital red dot scope.

As usual I did it in 3ds max. Vray was my rendering engine. Model is fully highpoly. Concept and whole performing are mine.

I did 3+1 pictures:
1. Perspective: [link]
2. Left side: [link]
3. Front+Back: [link]
4. Art lines: [link]


Any opinion? (Tnx for comment if any.)
(Pls, do not copy my work on other side.)
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ngowan Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
nice job, very clean and great design - what software did you use?
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peterku Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2013
hi. tnx you. I work in 3ds max 2011. PK

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InvaderKit110 Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
The Puma and the Beamer I by far my favorite weapons from your collection
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peterku Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2013
lol they are crazy enough to become favourite :)
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olbertus Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2013
The design is nice but the ergonomics are seriously flawed, the picatinny rail is off boresight and the pistol grip looks like it only accomodates a miniscule hand. Also, the length of pull on the stock is tiny even if it extends as far as the design allows.
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pastmaster4x Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2013
There is an actual weapon that is quite close in appearance. I am not sure what the designation is. It has actually been used in action by the 101st Airborne Div. There is work being done to build directed energy weapons at a couple of U.S. weapons research labs. The U.S. Navy is getting close to a shipboard weapon.
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peterku Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2013
hi. interesting. can you support me with more info?
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pastmaster4x Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2013
In reply to your message, the current shoulder weapon is designated XM-25 and produced by the U.S. branch of Heckler & Koch of Germany. It's still in development. To see a photograph, you will need to get a copy of 2013-2014 volume of U.S. Army weapons systems. This is a commercial non classified book.

As for the energy weapons and rail guns research, check the open web site of the U.S. Navy Research Labs.
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peterku Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2013
tnx for infomation.
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pastmaster4x Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2013
You are most welcome. Let me know if I can point you toward any other sources.
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