So I'm back from a little break. Ive had three different projects during that break, including this one. I had to scrap the other ones, mostly due to lack of pieces. But now during the summer break I had a lot more spare time so I thought wth.
I decided to build the scorpion cause it kicks as in BF4. Seriously its ridiculously lethal in cc, and its pretty badass. SO HERE IT IS.
About this creation
- mag safety
- sturdy af
- working charging handle
- "working" fire selector
- working trigger
- foldeble stock
- removable mag
- bunch of attachments
For this project I worked a lot on making it sturdy, so it can take alot of hits. Kind f sucks that I cant demonstrate that through pictures but I share that :P
Pic of the magazine and the bullet. Kind of the same mech as my MP5 but reversed if that makes sense :P More pics demonstrating that more in depth are down bellow ..
This shows sort of the charging handle. Fully functional, witch is really sweet! Will never get enough of pulling it back then watch it snap back.
Heres a first person view. I don't know how well you can see it but the sight is hollow and has a cross hair inside it. Might put up another picture of that later
Heres the stock folded. This feature has been great when ive been moving my project :P surprisingly sturdy too
The stock is also extendable and has three different the modes.
Here is the mech. It might be hard to see how it all works but basically the pin in front of the trigger is a mag safety switch. When you push it forward with your finger it releases the mag and the its pushed back by the spring to the right. Its a really convenient place for a mag safety :P
Thaanks for watching urwrubady. I have a couple of ideas for new projects and with all the spare time I got on my hands atm I might get a new project done within a weak or two. But Im not promising anything :P Anyways if you enjoyed this please leave a like! I appreciate it a lot!
Quoting The Expendable .
This is amazing, you've certainly managed to get the shaping perfect! Well done! :)
Nice to get feedback from some of the "gun-smith veterans" on moc, truly an honer ;) im glad you appreciate the shaping. I put alot of focus on getting all of the details in there and looking accurate. Thanks alot!