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Do any of you draw pictures of firearms?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Orange_Magnum, Jul 9, 2008.

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  1. Orange_Magnum

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  2. General Geoff

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    Used to, back in grade school. Man, all the margins of my notebooks would filled with guns, giant robots, tanks, helicopters, fighter jets, bombers, army men, lasers, space ships, UFOs, cars, trucks, trains, pretty much anything and everything a young boy would think is cool.


    And I never once was suspended or taken to a counselor, even after handing in pages with the margins doodled in. :)
     
  3. kingjoey

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    Yup, draw a lot of guns and gun parts.......on CAD ;)

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  4. scrat

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    wow thats really cool
     
  5. dewage83

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    +1 but im using auto-cadd and supposed to be detailing steel structures. :evil: I wish I could build some of the guns I have dreamed up:(
     
  6. kingjoey

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    Detailing sucks, we do a lot of blueprint work for outside companies as well (converting manual prints to CAD or 2D--->3D) and steel detailing is my least favorite to do, lots of notes and welding annotations :( I designed most of the steelwork in a Pepsi plant myself several years back, nothing like staring at the flicker of a CAD station 12hrs/day for 2 months straight:scrutiny:
     
  7. Orange_Magnum

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    My ideal home defense tool would be a Remington 870 in semi-auto, riot model, 16 inch, wooden stock, black wood. This guy is using it to take care of an intruder.
     

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    ^ A little weird??? maby its just me.:confused:
     
  9. DSAPT9

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    Yes, I doodle them all the time when I am board. (Am I going to get kicked out of school for saying that or just doing it)? I have sense high school that was 30+ years ago. Why do you ask? Is this a psychology test?
     
  10. Dave P

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    No, but I can picture a draw of a pistol!
     
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    Only when I want to get expelled from my child's school. LOL
     
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    ROFL.
     
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    I have an autocad file full of my own designs.
     
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    thats impressive. Im going to ask my boss if I can take a copy home and install it on my home computer so I can draw more. Plus the program is great for projects like laying a design in tile, or similar DIY projects.
     
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    Is that like when Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam were dueling and Yosemite said "Draw!" and Bugs drew a revolver on paper....that shot Yosemite. :)
     
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    Auto Cadder here myself, just found a zip file full of firearms blueprints in 2D that I am starting to convert to 3D in autocad.

    course, I'm still learning to use the program, but I hope to be able to design some of the stocks for rifles that I have thought up over the past couple of years, turn those from paper napkin drawings to full 3D CAD drawings.

    Then maybe I'll start prototyping.
     
  17. AndyC

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    Not since I was old enough to have real guns ;)
     
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    I do. Not in school, though.
     
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    ahhh..... GLOCK! Right?
     
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    Each section is 18" x 24"
     
  22. AeroDillo

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    I've done (read, finished) a few.

    The AK-47, in two guises.

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    The CAR-15.

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    Four flavors of M1 Carbine, earliest through latest (approximately) and the M2. The M3 is on hold for a page of its own.

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    Partial Thompson SMG family.

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    A 1903/1908 Colt Pocket Hammerless.

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    Soviet M44 carbine.

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    Classic handguns. Probably not to scale, but the newest design on there is from 1935 or thereabout.

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    Winchester 1897 trench gun.

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    And a small fictional animal I was working on. It's a lever-operated breakover revolver. Looks sort of uncomfortable, but it's more novelty than anything else. I used parts of a Volcanic repeater, an N-frame Smith & Wesson, and an Iver-Johnson breaktop.

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    I like drawing. I like guns. It would seem I have a few wires crossed. :D
     
  23. FCFC

    FCFC Has Never Owned a Gun

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zz0T47D-Iqs

    Remember guys, cut and paste the URL into a fresh browser window. So they can't track it to THR!

    Maybe even go to the the Brady Bunch site, then to the video. ;)


    P.S. That lever-operated breakover revolver looks very cool, AeroDillo. Nice work.
     
  24. Rachen

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    Funny thing, when I was in high school here in NYC, most of my work was about guns, art, writing, you name it.

    It was well accepted here. I mean REALLY well accepted. Nobody ever got scared or said that "guns are meant to kill", or other ignorant claims.

    I LOVE my high school!:D
     
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    TheWiryIrishman, is that a 1917 S&W 45ACP revolver on the top right of your classic handguns picture? I have one, really cool guns.
     
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