This image is a collection of Kroot Fire arms, they are starting from the top left, a Kroots knife, a Kroot pistol then from the top going down a flamer, fusion blaster and burst cannon modded for Kroot use and lastly is a Kroot rifle. I fully realize that normal Kroot don't use tau weapons, but i think they should.
i should mention the pins sticking out of my switch axe because i tried to scale it from the game it ended up weighing 40Lbs even with all the holes i cut in it to lose weight the handle is more of a decoration because it would take some intense strength to wield this from the actual handle so i put a couple pins into the axe in various positions i call then my human adaptors
This is the first gun I attempted to make in the steampunk style. It was a learning experience, so there are some things that ended up not exactly as I would have liked, and I'm considering taking off all the bits and pieces and using them on a new stock and barrel.
This is a fantasy knife (really more like a shank) that i carved out of bone as my friend Dawn's birthday present. i used a cleaned and polished moose rib. after i finished carving, grinding, and polishing, i lacquered the bone and wrapped the grip in twine. i may make more of similar design, depending on whether or not i have more ribs of the same approximate size, shape, and curve. hope you like it!
The Hoss Armaments Corporation presents the Tremor, a single-shot light weight grenade rifle. Having a grenade launcher in a rifle configuration allows for better accuracy without the need for much elevation. After a shot is fired the slide is pushed forward and the empty shell is flung out. A new round can be taken from the 2-round storage compartment and placed in the breech, the slide is then pulled back and the weapon is ready for firing.
And so, after the horrid smells and waiting brought on by , I wrapped the handle to give it the proper look of a hunting/military knife. I used a basic basket weave and double knotted the end of the cord, burning the ends together.
It's para-cord I found for 8¢/yard at the Army/Navy store outside of town. When I bought it, I didn't know it was was actually used to wrap handles with, so I'm thrilled about that. I was a bit nervous when I started wrapping because I only bought 2 yards and usually people buy any where from 6' - 12', but thankfully it was enough to do this with since I didn't want to make a lanyard or anything at the end.
Also, here's the tutorial I used to wrap the handle: [link]
Overall, I'm thrilled with the end result. I was worried that it would be uncomfortable to hold but since I cut down the edge, it is really comfortable in my hand, and I don't think I will have any problems holding the knife and gun at the same time.