Really, this is unique...and it can be addicting !!
You basically pick a stock image of a weapon platform and then add or delete accessories...you could actually plan a build and see how it would look ahead of time. Or you can create something that would never fly...it's up to you.
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OK...let's see what everyone can come up with....
I've been playing this for a while, it's a real neat thing. I made a couple this evening out of sheer boredom.
What I hope to do to my adopted AR in the future (flashlight, foregrip, and vertical grip, as well as changing the pistol grip)
Than a couple of silly, hunting/sniper/tactical rifles I mashed together.
I made this one a while ago, when I first found the game.
'78 Marlin 336 30-30. I love this rifle.
Those are nice
pretty slick setup! Here's my version of come get some. Mr fixit
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My LRB AR...
And a souped up Socom16
Thjs is really a worthwhile software and it really is a good way to pass time especially when i am busy at work i open this up once in a while and make a personalized gun of my own since i always wanted one but i never really got to get my own since i did not have a chance to save up for it and i don't have the time to fix the paper works and all although i am planning to have some target shooting classes this coming summer.
"I think myself that we have more machinery of government than is necessary, too many parasites living on the labor of the industrious." - Thomas Jefferson, Letter to William Ludlow, September 6, 1824
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What a waste of time. There is now a single lever gun in the whole "game."
I've done this for real, with simple guns. :-) Also finished some 80% finished frames and built them into Ar's and 1911's. search for CNC Gunsmithing and HomeGunsmithing Forums, and KT Ordnance.