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A generic sci-fi pew-pew gun.
Sketch by :iconturbosolovey:, model by me, intended for 3d print.
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Petardawnabial Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2017
what id say, is that since its high tech, the closer the barrels r to the sights, the more accurate it is . What does it shoot? Does it have that much recoil? Whats the fall off of the projectile? Is it laser? Best aim for laser is essentially lookin through the barrel. Why offset sights and barrels so much?
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Mineraleater Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I love the idea of bringing the barrel down so it won't kick upwards!
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Petardawnabial Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2017
but does this kick at all?
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Mineraleater Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
The second it shoots away something with mass it will have some sort of force feedback. That's one of the basic laws in mechanis. Even plasma should have some recoil. But who knows the tech behind the pew pew guns? :)
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Petardawnabial Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2017
Should?!
Also i mentioned LASERS, so u r wrong
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Mineraleater Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Laser do have a recoil (you can do the maths) but it isn't that strong, you are right. Well yes. You mentioned Lasers, darth biomech didn't. i was referring to his "tech"
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Petardawnabial Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2017
unpercievable, if in fact at all. And u do the math. 0 mass times anything = 0kgm/s
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darth-biomech Featured By Owner Edited Apr 21, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Laser heats the air in the barrel to plasma state. Plasma violently expands. Expansion creates recoil. (and also muzzleflash)
Although, how would this recoil be compared to the firearms, is unclear. Probably much weaker, like that of airsoft guns.
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Mineraleater Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I do not recall the circumstances and the exact exercise, but i remember it had to do with a camera flash and it does experience some sort of recoil delivered by the photons leaving it. 

After loosing 2 reaction wheels the Kepler-Telescope relies on the constant force from the light emitted by the sun to stabilize itself. 

I will agree with barely noticable, especially when compared to chemical burns to accelerate bullets.
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darth-biomech Featured By Owner Edited Apr 7, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Most blaster designs out there do not even have sights... It shots your typical sci-fi'ish plasma magic, I guess.
also how does distance to the sights affects anything? What, shot grouping suddenly changes if the sights are not in the right spot?
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Petardawnabial Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2017
most blaster designs r shit, then
does it have fall-off?
it affects where u FUCKIN AIM. Ud want to hit the thing u r aiming at, instead of remembering offsets for every gun u ever use. Why make it difficult?
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darth-biomech Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Explain sniper rifles then. Scopes in not nearly the same place as the barrel.
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Petardawnabial Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2017
caliber and windage. U can ADJUST the scope
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darth-biomech Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
You know the rules of triangulation, right? If it is as you suggest (it is completely impossible to make adjustments in your head to sights be in slightly different place), then with adjusted scope you will be able hit only things at one specific distance, no further and no closer. Which is, obviously, not true.

Also, can you show me a handgun that can pack shots reliably within circle of 5 cm in radius from distance of, say, 50m? In other words, will it really matter if shots of your handgun will be hitting the target ~3 cm lower than where you are aimed it at, in a realistic combat situation? (Hint: the correct answer is "no")
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Petardawnabial Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2017
the fuck r u on about? U r sayin scopes r not adjustable and therefore accurate at any distance?!
Yes, it will matter - hostage situation.
Very well, then. Your pistol is shit. It designed to be inaccurate. Go fuck yourself.
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darth-biomech Featured By Owner Edited Apr 22, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Scopes are for sniper rifles, not for handguns. (Well, you can put it on a handgun but whats the point when it doesn't have necessary long barrel anyway?)

You don't use blasters in a hostage situations for the same reasons you don't use flamethrowers. Or shotguns. Or flamethrower shotguns. You also resolve hostage situations by "surgically shooting the bad guy in the head over the shoulder of the hostage" (if that's what you implied) only in stupid action movies.

Says a guy with no avatar that can't even write correctly. "U" is not a word. Neither is "r". You didn't delivered any proof that relative position of ironsights have any noticeable effect on an accuracy of a weapon that don't have sniper-like precision in the first place. To cite Wikipedia: "Handguns are typically less accurate; at a shooting distance of 25 yd, a grouping is considered acceptable for self-defense if the shots fall within a circle of 4 to 5 inches" That's 13 cm at 22 meters away. And that's for firearms.
Although I'll admit that firearms are slightly more precise that I've envisioned.
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Cloud-Yo Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Very cool!
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darth-biomech Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks!
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