With Anari Industries spreading like an industrial wildfire over Corisdal (yes, I decided to give my company an entire planet, I'll probably make a journal describing corisdal later.) The Corisdan military and the Anari Industries PMC needed a lighter, more reliable assault rifle for universal purposes (and maybe planetary conquest). So, the brains of AI went to work and produced the SIR-44 (Standard Issue Rifle/ Model 44). The rifle features a lightweight and durable design, a RIS or attachment of multiple electronics and optics, and a 30-round magazine located behind the trigger assembly and grip. The SIR-44 is chambered for the 7.62mm NATO round, a common round used by multiple countries and military organizations on Earth.
hey i made a sniper rifle based on this gun you made, check it out. I also mention Anari Industries on it as well
Cool! i like how it looks!
Dude this is awesome.
wow, very nice weapon design
Looks nice, I really like the FN F2000 style!
Reminds me of the FN F2000.
Like a sir. Oh, so punny.
Excellent concept design. Only point of argument would be the choice of calibre. I strongly believe that body armour (at protection leves of IV or above) will be much more readily available to combat troops than today. So the 7,62NATO will perhaps be re-introduced - or maybe something even larger.
Point taken, i'll take some time to edit the description
Oh - nice! I see you've already done it. Now it is much more serious... The 7.62mm bullet is almost twice as heavy as the 5.56 and having about the same muzzle velocity means the 7.62 has twice the muzzle energy - and twice the kick to the user . Judging by how they lose speed i.e. energy over distance, (the 5.56 losing its energy faster over a set amount of distance) at 250-300m the energy analogy might even be 3:1 in favor of the 7.62 instead of the initial 2:1.
Das some nice rifle right there. When I first saw it, I thought it would fire something like a 7.62, that's an impressive muzzle brake for firing 5.7. Great design
that only took you an hour and a half impressive my man becouse there is a lot of detail
Thanks! A lot of mine typically take about an hour, but a few I threw together at hyperspeed, and they turned out pretty nice xD
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