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  1. In the early 19th Century, most conventional firearms could only hold a single bullet at a time, requiring a lengthy process to reload guns every time they were fired. Although they were used as an extremely powerful weapon for many generations, their simplistic design would inhibit the overall capability of any military wielding them. However, by the 1830s, certain advancements in technology and manufacturing would allow for a new type of firearm to be designed; although the design was unsuccessful when adapted to rifles, it would permanently revolutionize the world of sidearms for the rest of history. These revolutionary pistols are well known as Revolvers. Although these pistols, designed primarily by Samuel Colt, initially weren't successful, trial and error would lead to an overwhelming commercial success in the United States of America as time went on, eventually becoming a staple of weapon design across the world. While these designs were indirectly inspired by earlier pepperbox pistols, their ability to automatically rotate the cylinder every time the hammer was pulled is what allowed revolvers to surpass the firearms before them. Most revolvers were originally percussion designs (otherwise known as Cap and Ball), which involved the hammer directly striking a cap that ignited the black powder charge within a cylinder's chamber, shooting the bullet out of the gun. Although the multi-round capacity of these firearms meant that reloading would be significantly longer than the average single round pistol, the fact that you could fire several bullets before needing to reload at all allowed them to become extremely potent weapons during their time. These long reloading processes would eventually become a thing of the past, as they would become obsolete with the introduction of metallic cartridges. This model is specifically based on the 1851 Colt Navy design, which was extremely popular among both sides of the American Civil War. It was the last percussion revolver made by Colt's Manufacturing Company and was finally discontinued in 1873, when it was replaced by the Colt Single Action Army. It held six .36-caliber rounds, and had a built-in ramming rod for reloading, as many revolvers did. Although revolvers are still somewhat simplistic, ornate decorations such as engravings or extravagant materials could often be seen on these guns, making certain revolvers incredibly fancy and highly coveted by collectors to this day. The Colt Navy was no exception to this trend, and this model allows for the modification of multiple parts of this gun. In order to do this, you must import all of the textures into your project's Resources tab. There are four materials to choose from, being Metal, Steel, Silver, and Brass, and grip textures vary with each material. As for engravings, I decided not to texture any, although there is nothing stopping you from simply creating your own engraving textures and overlaying them within Mine-Imator or even Modelbench. Shouldn't be too difficult... A powder flask is also included with this model. Click here to download! I sincerely hope you have fun using this model!
  2. "Are you tired of having to save to buy rifles?, do you like force buy every round?, are you one of those piece of shit that used akimbo glock 18?, then fear not The Pocket Ak-47 it's for you." Credit to @crustyjpegfor lebman Machine pistol for me to use it as base model for this Gun Download: https://www.mediafire.com/file/xq9569h0xrgg2jw/Cz-75.rar/file (Credit when use.)
  3. Credit to @CreeperAbelfor the rig for this animation, and some sfx from Crustyjpeg too. "guys, don't come to school tomorow."
  4. "They never fear of him, nor his weapon, but they fear the symbol of him."
  5. Another model i made from scrap up. Credit: Tec-9 texture originally from @crustyjpeg Berettas Pistol Everyones favorite Eco Rush B pistol, The Rekt-9. Download: https://www.mediafire.com/file/jrqx8o9ce5ud39o/Tec-9.rar/file (credit when use.)
  6. Credit to @crustyjpegfor the texture, and his original Deagle as base model for this Rework Desert eagle model Download: (no longer avaliable.) [Download link will be expired next months.] "And who cares about practicality, when you've got a golden gun that shoot giant bullets?." And who cares about the enemies has head armor, when you got a gun that can one tap?.
  7. The OTs-14-4 "Groza-4" (Russian: ОЦ-14-4 "Гроза", lit. 'Storm')[1] is a Russian selective fire bullpup assault rifle chambered for the 9×39mm subsonic cartridge. It was developed in the 1990s at the TsKIB SOO (Central Design and Research Bureau of Sporting and Hunting Arms) in Tula, Russia.[2] The weapon is colloquially known as OC-14 or OTs-14 "Groza".[3] The OTs-14-4A "Groza-4" has one derivative, the TKB-0239 (ТКБ-0239), also known as OTs-14-1A "Groza-1", chambered for the 7.62×39mm cartridge.[4][5] Made in : Blockbench. Like pls Take and enjoy! ↓↓↓
  8. The AS Val "Shaft" (Russian: АС «Вал»; Автома́т Специа́льный, romanized: Avtomát Spetsiálny "Val", lit. 'Special Automatic')[4] and VSS Vintorez "Thread Cutter" (Russian: ВСС «Винторе́з» Винто́вка Сна́йперская Специа́льная, romanized: Vintóvka Snáyperskaya Spetsiálnaya "Vintorez", lit. 'Special "Sniper" Rifle'),[5] 6P30 and 6P29 (GRAU designation) respectively, were a Soviet-designed assault rifle featuring an integral suppressor based on the prototype RG-036 completed in 1981 by TsNIITochMash.[6] The two rifles hereafter are referred to as the Vintorez and Val. The Vintorez (beginning in 1983) and Val (beginning in 1985) were developed by TsNIITochMash to replace modified general-purpose firearms, such as the AKS-74UB, BS-1, APB, and PB, for clandestine operations, much like the PSS Vul. Manufacturing began at the Tula Arms Plant after its adoption by the Armed Forces of the Soviet Union in 1987. The ASM (6P30M) and VSSM (6P29M) are modernised variants of the AS and VSS respectively The VSSM is equipped with an aluminium buttstock with an adjustable cheek and butt pad and a new 30-round magazine was introduced to be intended for use with the ASM. Both rifles are also outfitted with a Picatinny rail on the top of the dust cover and on the sides and bottom of the suppressor, forward of the handguard. The mounts which shroud the suppressor can be removed. Deliveries began in 2018.[7] Made in : Blockbench Like pls Download is private, if you need it send me a message
  9. BulBash

    PKM remodel (RIG)

    The PKM was designed to replace the SGM and RP-46 machine guns that were previously in Soviet service. The weapon remains in use as a front-line infantry and vehicle-mounted weapon with Russia's armed forces and has also been exported extensively and produced in several other countries under license. Made in : Blockbench Like pls
  10. Since no one has make it, i took the oppertunity for it, lol. Credit @CreeperAbelfor the bocchi pony taill
  11. "Welcome to the default option." - Ahoy Credit for Crustyjpeg for the Glock-17 as Base model for this Cs Glock-18 model there's not much to say about this gun, since we're all know about it, it's a Glock, and it's does it job well Download: https://www.mediafire.com/file/holz5atsf2k584o/Glock++hybrid.rar/file (Credit when use.)
  12. “The terrorist-exclusive SG 553 is a premium scoped alternative to the AK-47 for effective long-range engagement.” this gun is pretty good if you're playing in long-range place like dust2 long A, Nuke Outside, Ancient middle, mirage mid, inferno banana,... but it's worse on close range due to it's slow fire rate, but hey, it's not that useless as saw-off. Download: https://www.mediafire.com/file/hzgx7ypjno4lt0i/SG553.rar/file (Remember to credit when use.)
  13. Duychung

    SIG Sauer P250

    Funny how this 300$ 9mm pistol back in CSGO 2014 able to 1 tap enemy with helmet, while an 3100$ 5.56mm rifle can't, lol. Download:https://www.mediafire.com/file/tqrwhcbod6krycz/SIG+Sauer+P250.rar/file
  14. a HK417A2 battle rifle animation. This gun model is a variant of HK417, with Sand and Tan colors applied. Sounds from Call of Duty, YouTube, and other sources. Some sounds were edited with audacity. For more information, go to YouTube.
  15. Sometime during the early 1900s, the United States of America was searching for an automatic pistol to supply its military with, being a new firearm concept at the time. John Browning, an already prolific firearm designer, produced a pistol design that would be submitted by Colt's Manufacturing Company to directly compete with other tested handguns, including notable designs such as the Luger. The M1911 would eventually succeed as the adopted choice of handgun for the US Military, and is notable for having been in standard use for the rest of the 20th Century with minimal change. It's also one of the final Colt pistols to have been used by the US Military, having been supplied with revolvers from the aforementioned company as early as the mid-19th Century. It was chambered in .45 ACP with a 7-Round Magazine, but notably, was one of the first military pistols to allow chambering of an extra 8th round. Following its introduction, many automatic pistols from then to even the present day were inspired by this design and other pistols that Browning designed, such as the Browning Hi-Power. Within the US Military, it would remain in use with subtle changes until the 1980s, being superseded by the Beretta M9. Incredibly, only now is it being outdated by any means in the present day, even 100 years after its initial conception, making it one of the most legendary, iconic, and timeless firearms in history. Download here. I keep surprising myself with these models.
  16. an Upcoming Reworked Mossberg 500/590 Shotgun rig model teaser from The Voxelated Armory and for Mine-Imator 2.0+. Music: Teaser Trailer by Amaksi
  17. Feature: +Open bolt 'n Closed bolt +Foldable Stock +Supressor Download: https://www.mediafire.com/file/9lt4ijjb49cxm06/UZI+Submachinegun.rar/file
  18. an Two Desert Eagles on Table with metallic Reflections!
  19. The M1891 Mosin-Nagant rifle is possibly one of the most prolific bolt-action rifles in the world, being instantly recognizable in both name and look to many. It's popularity rose from its significant usage by Russians throughout half of the 20th Century, and its roles during the world wars as both a front-line infantry weapon and sniper rifle. Its design originates from multiple firearms being trialed by the Russian Empire, with its lead designers being Sergei Mosin, who was rising in the Russian military, and the Nagant Brothers, who were originally based in Belgium. During the trials, Mosin incorporated details and features from other rifles in his design, which was ultimately accepted as the 3-Line Rifle. However, Léon Nagant initiated a legal dispute with Mosin's design, which ultimately led to Russia compensating Nagant and the rifle being known as the M1891 Mosin-Nagant outside of Russia. It was fed with smokeless 7.62x54r ammunition, was often loaded with 5-round Stripper Clips, and allowed the attachment of a socket bayonet. Shortly after the turn of the 20th Century, the Mosin-Nagant's first main use would be in the Russo-Japanese War in 1904, which turned out to be a catastrophic failure for the Russian Empire. Shortly thereafter, Russia would become heavily involved with the outbreak of the First World War, and suffered severe and tragic losses while being directly fought by all of the Central Powers combined. Unfortunately, the Mosin-Nagant itself proved to be an ineffective rifle in combat, Due to weak war preparations, poorly-trained infantry, ineffective logistics, and ridiculously bad coordination, Russia performed so badly during WW1 that they practically ran out of Mosin-Nagant rifles halfway through the war, ultimately depending on Entente exported rifles while shifting weapon production to the United States of America. Eventually, the Russian Revolution forced Russia's surrender in 1917, and would eventually overthrow the government. The instated Soviet Union eventually took over production of the Mosin-Nagant, and made several modifications during the interwar period. One variant, the M91/30, became the rifle's most iconic variant to date, being based off of a previous Dragoon (cavalry) variant, and would see greater use in the Second World War than it did during WW1. During WW2, Russia lost even greater amounts of land than Russia did during WW1 as a result of Operation Barbarossa, seeing greater shortages than in WW1. However, Russia maintained production of the Mosin-Nagant, and managed to rebound from its weakest state unlike its previous leadership. During the war, the Mosin-Nagant was often outfitted with a new, but incredibly effective attachment known as a magnifying scope. The PU Scope was not the first optical scope used on Mosin-Nagant rifles, although its the most recognizable. It could magnify targets up to 3.5x, and perfected the rifle's long-reaching capabilities. Many marksmen and snipers used this scope during WW2, and managed to make a name for themselves with it. Overall, despite being often unreliable or unpredictable as a result of manufacturing quality, the Mosin-Nagant managed to maintain a somewhat unexpected reputation, being loved AND hated by many throughout the century. Click here to download! Scope Disclaimer:
  20. 2 sized Brownells BRN-180 upper receiver upper receiver, stock & magzine are fully made in modelbench download: https://www.mediafire.com/file/rf60ne1xohti1pd/BRN180.z1p/file
  21. Teaimations


    ~Cowboy Revolver~ This Revolver is a recreation of the Revolver form Squared Media's Animations... Which means its low Poly, but still looks good. Download Here: https://bit.ly/43Zyx6B (No Credit Needed if Used)
  22. hey, I started to like posting my own models on the forum so I'll share with you my latest one (I'm just starting to create models so they're not of the best quality) image: https://imgur.com/a/63SBHXI dowloand: https://www.mediafire.com/file/szwlk628a2zv1dq/Titanfall_an_apex_legends_-_grenade.zip/file completely free to use because for me it's not worth assigning copyright to such weak models BUT I tried
  23. The Steyr M95 is a straight-pull bolt action rifle that was primarily used by Austria-Hungary until its collapse following the first world war, and used subsequently by a few nations, including those that were originally part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. It was initially chambered in 8×50mmR Mannlicher, feeding from a 5-round enbloc clip, which is fully inserted into the gun before closing the chamber. It also had the novelty of having a straight-pull bolt, removing two steps from the process of recycling the weapon. When the rifle reached its final round, it would eject the empty clip through the bottom, in a similar, albeit quiet fashion comparable to the later M1 Garand. The M95 would be used the most during the first world war, as Austria-Hungary, one of the major empires in the Central Powers, primarily fought against the Russian Empire and Kingdom of Italy while employing this rifle in standard service. Following the first world war, and the subsequent collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, many countries that either made up Austria-Hungary (including Austria and Hungary) would develop later variants of the M95, most still using the enbloc mechanism in different calibers. Click here for download!
  24. You can download this model in my previous post.
  25. TheLuigiNoidMan


    I usually model historical firearms and provide history behind them, but I don't think this particular AR/M4 assault rifle requires any introduction... Still Images incase its difficult to make out: Well, beyond the fact that it's typically chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO (.223 Remington) and is a design used since the 1960's. This model includes several posable features and was made with a couple of new techniques I have learned while modelling it. I actually made an (utterly atrocious) M4A1 rig a long time ago, but I believe this model shows just how far I've come with Mine-Imator modelling. Also, most of the parts of this model are removable, thus you can probably replace and add your own parts such as a different magazine or attachments You may download this model here! Sidenote: I may consider revisiting my AK-47 model with the techniques I have now Should I touch up on it soon? Or are there already more than enough AK-47 models for Mine-Imator?
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