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Syer-336 'M1 Variant' by The-Xie Syer-336 'M1 Variant' by The-Xie
The Tensha Heavy Arms Syer-336, First Military Variant. Produced at Heieron Armory in Narca, the Syer is a reliable semi-automatic pistol built from the ground up to take any abuse dished out on current battlefields. The M1 version is essentially the civilian version with numerous upgrades, including all new reliable internal parts, a strengthened barrel and more.
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This is a very well made concept gun and completely within the realm of reality. I personally hate the look of the Glock with it being to rigid. This gun has a very appealing look and isn't boxy or cheap looking. This could replace them easily and with that caliber of round it could easily put a hole in a wall. I like the finger grooves and i looks like it could have ambidextrous magazine releases like the Makarov. It also looks like it has a LED built into the end like a tactical flashlight. I would also love to see a suppressor on this gun. I love this gun and pray it gets manufactured.
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Eman-Ekaf Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
it looks pretty cool. Looks like a nearly real concept. A couple things to point out though. First and most obvious, slide bite would be a bitch with this. the guard is a bit low when I look the slide locked back. Second, this specific image shows an almost concave backstrap. The ergonomics and control would suffer from this but it could easily be fixed assuming it would come with interchangeable ones of varying sizes. Lastly, more a personal opinion I guess but, this caliber might be more appropriate for an offensive pistol with a longer barrel but a compact is in no way wrong. The trigger guard is also very roomy, meaning it would work very well with gloves and I like how the rail gives you attachment options. Overall, nice concept.
The-Xie Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Thanks. Glad ya like it and also thanks for the input. I'll be sure to keep it in mind when I do my next concepts.
sekiwat Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2013
Tell us about your process.
CzechBiohazard Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Pretty cool handgun. :3 I love the bullet render and the info on it too. :3
JonAmes Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2012
First off, this weapon is awesome. Great Job. Secondly would you mind if I attempted this in Lightwave 3D? I'm always looking for something to try and this looks like a good one to try.
The-Xie Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2012  Student Digital Artist
You are welcome to Lightwave it, provided you show me when you're done and you don't use it for anything else, since this is part of a current, on-going project.
inlocoparentis Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012
This gun goes in a lot of good directions, but my experience with real-world firearms raise some red flags with the design

The first is the lack of guide rod, or are you using a shortened guide rod like the original 1911 platform?

The second is that it *looks like* you placed the slide lock lever on the inside instead of the outside (trigger finger side versus the thumb side) Or am I totally off base and this is designed as a left-hand variant?

Again, the .44 TS6 cartridge, the bevel should be on the casing and not the rim, this will cause major malfunctions to extraction of spent casings.

the following link may help you refine your cartridge design.
SVETAM Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You have no idea how much I envy you...

-Mercury Rising
DerVulf Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Ergonomic looking, large caliber, decent magazine size; a kickass sidearm.
MichaelAtaraxia Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
My... that is downright purdy.

Very nicely done.
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