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SMG-2650 (Not a Model; Just Concept Art)

Discussion in 'Model Contributions' started by Arctic, May 26, 2015.

  1. Arctic

    Arctic Giant Robot Advocate

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    The SMG-2650 "Wolf" is a submachine gun chambered in the caseless 8mm PDW cartridge. It fires rounds at 800 RPM and is a select fire weapon with safe, semi-automatic, and fully-automatic modes. The weapon has a retractable stock that can be replaced with fixed or collapsible stock, or removed entirely, turning the weapon into a machine pistol.

    ====== |- An 8mm caseless round.

    The weapon was designed in 2650 by firearms manufacturers Stallion Arms Industries. It is extremely popular among law enforcement for its small form factor, high stopping power against unarmored targets, and easy-to-control pistol caliber rounds. Its low recoil also made it a favorite of competitive shooters, who used the SMG-2650C semiautomatic carbine variant.

    The main advantage of this weapon compared to others in its class is its form factor. The weapon is tiny and can fit in the passenger storage compartments of most vehicles. While not as powerful as an assault rifle, this weapon is much, much smaller and lighter, and can be carried around everywhere while not in active combat.

    The MULTIDOT sight is a green holographic sight that can switch between four different targeting reticules (Pictured). It has a very basic back-up sight mounted on top.

    The weapon is usually found with 20-round magazines, but 30-round (Pictured), 40-round and 100-round drum magazines can be found or built by the player. Increased-capacity magazines increase chance of jamming and increase reload time dramatically. They will also increase the weapon's size.

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    The Stallion Arms SMG-2650 Wolf (Prod. #R2527) is a powerful submachine gun firing the 8mm caseless round (Prod. #R2528) at a staggering 900 rounds per minute. Favored by police and SWAT around the world, this is one weapon that's sure to give you the edge over any hostile element! Includes 2x 20 round magazines, cleaning kit, instruction manual, Stallion Arms 2698 Catalog, and stock endcap.

    NOTE: MULTIDOT Multiple Picture Holographic Sight sold separately (Prod. #2406)
  2. ColdFuseon

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    That's a really good job man ! Love it ! Keep going if you do others like that :D:thumbup:
  3. Snipecoolbunny

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    firstly, a caseless round would not be capable of firing fully auto or even semi-auto. it isnt possible. second, a bigger mag would not increase jamming rate. merely the mobility and weight. as a matter of fact, it would increase accuracy because of the inertia of the larger magazine. weightier guns and lighter bullets mean less recoil. not to be overly critic. :laugh:
  4. Arctic

    Arctic Giant Robot Advocate

    • Tester
    The G11 is the poster-boy for caseless and it was full-auto.
    Drum mags, namely cheap Chinese AK drum mags, do tend to jam rather a bit, and drum mags are simply more complex; complex means that you're going to have a bad time getting many things to work.
    Weightier guns means less recoil, yes, but weightier mags tend to be a bad thing, because you can't carry as many. They're also big. Say hi to mister SAW pouch.
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  5. ColdFuseon

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    Chinese ? That reminds me of someone .. :whistle:
  6. Snipecoolbunny

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    true. the g11 is an example. but it does not use a magazine depicted in your drawing. it uses pre-loaded barrels i think.
  7. Arctic

    Arctic Giant Robot Advocate

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    It uses P90 style magazines.
  8. Snipecoolbunny

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    yes. but still. the weapon depicted in the picture has a normal magazine.
    perhaps a caseless round that has the propellant and primer in the base of the bullet and a small exit for the primer to leave the weapon after its fired. thats an idea.
    Snipecoolbunny, May 27, 2015
    Last edited by Snipecoolbunny; at May 27, 2015
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  9. Arctic

    Arctic Giant Robot Advocate

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    A P90 style magazine is in no way essential to the functioning of caseless rounds. The P90 doesn't have them, after all. The biggest problem with caseless is cook off, and that was fixed in the 1980s. Go look it up.
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  10. Snipecoolbunny

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    ok! :laugh:
  11. Arctic

    Arctic Giant Robot Advocate

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caseless_ammunition

    TL;DR: Caseless ammunition does away with cases by making a solid propellant block hold everything together. When the propellant is detonated, the bullet is fired out and the propellant block combusts along with all the other bits, leaving no case. The gas is of course used to propel the bullet and cycle the action of the gun.
    You were probably thinking of this, which works by electromagnetically accelerating the projectile rather than by using a primer, though in theory if one were willing to put up with slower cyclic rate, it would be possible to use magazines to feed it.
    Arctic, May 27, 2015
    Last edited by Arctic; at May 27, 2015
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  12. Snipecoolbunny

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    well, i only know cased ammo stuff. when i think of caseless, i think of muskets and railguns.
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