I have changed my name as I see it kind of unfit to display my name that publicly, but even so, I still kept it on my home page. About a week ago I decided that I hadn't uploaded a MOC for awhile, so I came up with the idea of making the PP90M1. I never got started until yesterday, though. So, as my new years present to any of my viewers, I bring you my first creation of the year. Luckily, my dad has been taking photos for things he is selling, so I am using his little booth for the photo shoot. Tell me how you think it went!
About this creation
Body of the gun. You can't see too much in this shot, for as a consequence of only having my iPod to shoot pictures with in a nicer booth. Here there is- a working trigger, charging handle, grip, and the breach, or ejection port. You will be able to see more later on.
Working charging handle. It pushes back the block with a connection that is almost impossible to see on the outside. It is given its spring effect with what else, a spring, so it has good tension and has a metallic almost screech noise similar to the spring on the real gun.
Working trigger and an ergonomic grip. The trigger is different from my other guns, managing to completely hide the rubber band, and the fact that I have never made a trigger before with this design. The grip fits comfortably, even though it has an overly large appearance.
Drum magazine. I have seen versions where it uses an MP5 style mag, but I decided to make this version, even though it would be a little harder. Just saying, I do not order pieces, I just use pieces I have accumulated over the years from sets I have bought. Making things even like this are a stretch for good pieces.
Just showing that there IS a connection between the magazine port and the ejection port. Because of other designs, I had to make the ejection port high to compensate for other features of the gun. This means that you can't see the "bullet" at the top of the magazine.
One last shot of the gun. Not much to talk about here, so until next time!