Introduction: HVCSR 35-1 'High Velocity Combat Sniper Rifle'

May I proudly present my latest creation:

HVCSR 35-1 'High Velocity Combat Sniper Rifle' After countless hours of planning and tinkering, it is complete and ready for use.

any kind of commentary is permitted provided that it is constructive. The design might not be perfect, but it is good enough in my eyes, Function over form.

Credits where credits are due:

Many thanks to dr. richtofen for inspirering me to upgrade the HVSR 35-2 to a HVCSR 35-1.

And credits to AUG-50M3 for the use of his Luger pistol handle.

*** AND OF COURSE DON'T FORGET TO RATE & LEAVE A COMMENT ***

Step 1: HVCSR 35-1 'High Velocity Combat Sniper Rifle'

Statistics:


Gun spec's:

Pro's:
- Removable, working magazine.

- Accurate.

- Comfortable handle.

- Powerful.

- Good range. (50 Ft. or 15 M. )

- sturdier stock in compare to the HVSR 35-1

- Many possibilities for attachments such as: Different scope's, Different magazine sizes, Bi-pods, Gun slings and much more!

Con's:

- jams very rarely (not to often, but it can happen.)

- requires a lot of broken pieces. (mainly for the magazine receiver and handle)

Ammo:

Magazine:

Blue Rods

Single Shot: Yellow Rods or Special Ammo

Attachments:

- Bi-pod.

- Working scope with zoom.

- 'Landwarrior' Ballistics Computer/Heartbeat Sensor.

- Weapon Sling.

- Flashlight.

Step 2: Munition of the HVCSR 35-1

The HVCSR 35-1 uses three different types of ammo:

Blue rods, Yellow rods and special munition.

Each type of ammo has it's pro's and con's in combination with the HVCSR 35-1

Blue Rods

Pro's:

- Easy to load.

- Fast fire option

Con's:

- Not useful at long range.

- Possibility of jamming.

Yellow Rods

Pro's:

- Very good for long range shots.

- Never jams the gun.

Con's:

- Takes time to load.

- Reloading can be tricky in prone position.

Special Munition

Pro's:

- Very powerful, even at long range.

- Never jams the gun.

Con's:

- Slow rate of fire.

- Reloading can be tricky in prone position.


Comments

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myOmy (author)2014-10-24

XD

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Dr MonkeyMan (author)2014-09-28

Love the cardboard rolls.

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dr. richtofen (author)2014-05-21

The stock looks pretty cool, with that cardboard roll. The end of it looks pretty comfy too.
One thing though: Does the firing pin touch the roll? It looks like it's really close to it.
Other than that, I can't really say too much about it; it looks sturdy and comfortable enough. Could maybe use a front grip or something, though.

author

The firing pin is very close to touching it indeed. And a comfy frontgrip would be nice.

author

Okay.
Well, as long as it doesn't touch it, it's good.
And I remember you don't have a lot of pieces, right? If so, it's understandable why it doesn't have a fore grip. If you have some spare pieces, you could maybe add a simple vertical one.

author

The firing pin is very close to touching it indeed. And a comfy frontgrip would be nice.

author
JonnyBGood (author)2014-05-20

The cardboard tubing you used is an interesting feature, haven't seen that before..
Great gun though!

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sandroknexmaster (author)2014-05-20

Nice!

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