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The Wolves Fangs

Post by Guest on Mon Jul 02, 2012 1:08 am


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CASE FILE: Custom Weapon

“You can imagine my embarrassment when I killed the wrong guy.
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NAME:
→ Lupa
→ Romulus
→ Remus

TYPE:
→ gun
→ gun
→ gun

FORM:
→ Benelli Vinci
→ Walther Olympia
→ Walther SP22 m3x

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BRIEFING:
→ The Benelli Vinci is a semi-automatic shotgun 12 gauge manufactured and sold by the Benelli company. It uses an inertia-driven system of operation, and contains recoil-reducing features. It also features a modular design consisting of the barrel/receiver module (containing the operating system, barrel, and bolt, the trigger group/forearm module (containing the trigger assembly, safety, shell carrier and magazine), and the buttstock. The shotgun was named after Leonardo da Vinci. It is Benelli's first shotgun to feature an in-line inertia-driven operating system.

→ The Walther Olympia was a handgun manufactured by Walther as an improvement on the earlier Walther Target Model. It was chambered for the .22 Long Rifle, and a few chambered for the .22 Short. It was produced to equip the Amestrian team for the Berlin Olympic Games of 1936 for the rapid fire events. The Olympia design had a fixed barrel, open-topped slide and internal hammer. The Olympia had a large contoured wooden grip, which extended well below the bottom of the butt frame causing the necessity of the magazine bottom plate to be fitted with a wooden block extension.

→The SP22 is a modular semi-automatic pistol manufactured by Walther Sportwaffen and distributed by Smith and Wesson. The SP-22 is chambered in .22LR and is designed for sport and competition shooting. It is manufactured with a high-strength aluminum housing with all-steel internal components.The M3 model features a 6-inch match grade barrel along with an adjustable match trigger with trigger stop. The M3 pistol comes standard with removable Picatinny-style rails on the top of the slide and underneath the barrel to mount optics, weights, lasers, lights, etc. The M3 also comes standard with an extended magazine release;and larger polymer grips as well as adjustable front and rear sights.



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SPECIAL ABILITIES:

→ All these guns have been modified to accommodate silencers(suppressor).


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Last edited by Dimitri Amato on Mon Jul 09, 2012 8:19 pm; edited 1 time in total

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Re: The Wolves Fangs

Post by Guest on Wed Jul 04, 2012 6:24 am

{ADVISORY}

- Before I approve this, everything is fine that you can fit those smaller caliber weapons with a silencer given they are more silent than a larger caliber weapon, but what about the shotgun? Are you sure you want that silenced as well? A typical shotgun silencer is long, would fit over a quarter of the barrel typically, and doesn't exactly silence the loudness, just makes it harder to find rather than the deed actually become unknown. If you're going for a shotgun, it implies you are ready to shoot the enemy up without much careful consideration for doing it stealthily, at least that's the mindset for it.

So are you sure about this? This is all approve worthy anyways.

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Post by Guest on Wed Jul 04, 2012 6:00 pm

Like i have stated in the app, their built to accommodate silencers, and most days his shotgun doesnt have it installed. He only uses it when necessary and that is hardly ever. But thanks for the heads up^^

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Re: The Wolves Fangs

Post by Guest on Thu Jul 05, 2012 11:54 am

{REVISE}

- One detail almost overlooked. Put what sort of caliber or gauge the shotgun uses as ammunition.

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Post by Guest on Mon Jul 09, 2012 8:20 pm

Edit made~~ Its 12 Gauge~~

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Post by Guest on Mon Jul 09, 2012 9:06 pm

{APPROVED}


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