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XM-22 Exaktheit by ModalMechanica XM-22 Exaktheit by ModalMechanica
Exakheit Assult Rifle, means "Precision or exact" in German or something. Done in Tegaki E during robotics! *D

I dont feel like writing an in-depth description right now, I'm to tired lol
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543Bs0Za Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks
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543Bs0Za Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Could I have permission to model this?
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ModalMechanica Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2011
go for it!
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Great-5 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
So it has a cylindrical magazine? I've always wondered how those work. And does it fire regular or caseless rounds?
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ModalMechanica Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2011
Never decided, probably traditional ammunition though. I'm not quite sure if caseless was ever really proven be that much better. Could be wrong though.
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Great-5 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I tend to like giving my guns caseless ammo for that futuristic touch, but yeah, the only real advantages are it's lighter, potentially cheaper to make (no more hammering out brass cartridges) and uses simpler firing systems. Most of my "conventional" guns use caseless ammunition and electronic ignition.
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ModalMechanica Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2011
Oh, didnt know it was cheaper, thought it'd be more expensive for whatever reason. I guess the only issue is that the industry doesnt want to switch to them yet.
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Great-5 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah well then there's the issue with "cooking off" which is basically the premature firing of rounds inside the chamber due to high temperatures. The brass cartridge of a conventional round would absorb the heat and act as a heat sink, getting rid of a lot of the danger. It CAN, however, be mitigated with electronic ignition.

Of course I go way too far and don't just equip my guns with caseless ammo and electronic actions, I also make all of them use tracer ammunition and come equipped with advanced suppressors which give the gun the stereotypical silencer noise you hear in movies, which sounds sorta like a laser. In reality, suppressed don't work that well, and suppressed guns don't sound nearly as cool in real life as they do in the movies, but I can justify that by my universe being in the future, where suppressor technology has advanced so much that it's standard equipment on all guns.

All guns in my universe also use tracers because of a (fictional) international treaty forcing all sides to use tracers to A: warn civilians to keep away from warzones, and B: to even up the fight and make things more fair. Of course I just like using tracers together with movie-style cuppressors to make all guns look and sound like sci-fi lasers!
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ModalMechanica Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2011
Ahh I see, yeah I knew that silencers dont really silence at all lol. And the tracer thing is a good idea I suppose. No shooting in the future would be best of course xD
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Great-5 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Lol I guess, but it doesn't make for good video games.
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