M3A1: weight 3,6 kg - lenght 579 mm, 760 mm with stock extendend, Cal. 45ACP
M21: weight 5,27 kg - lenght 1181 - Cal. 7.62x51 NATO - Leatherwood ART Rifle Scope
M16A1: weight 2,9 kg - lenght 1006 mm – Cal 5.56x45 NATO
M40: weight 4 kg - lenght 1117 mm - Cal 7.62x51 NATO – scope Redfield 3-9x40
M60: weight 10,5 kg - lenght 1105 mm - Cal 7.62x51 NATO
M79: weight 2,39 kg - lenght 731 mm - 40 mm grenade
M203: weight 1,36 kg – lenght 380 mm - 40 mm grenade
they are part of my memories.
Nice job though
then, while the M16 had a very short military course, the M21 is still in use, a long shot is still of primary importance.
the intermediate ammo is good for burst shots, but of course the old 7.62x51 is better, balistically speaking.
I know this is to showcase the more iconic guns associated with the war and that you more than likely know all this but I felt like bringing it up.
I wish to draw a paratrooper of the foreign legion too, but if I'll change my mind there will be lot of room for the US weapons used by the French Army.
And you are right again, I chose the most iconic weapon, spectators must also be satisfied
one permits you to bring a sidearm with you, but the rules are very strict, it's very difficult to obtain it,
the second is for sports and hunt use, you can bring the weapon with you along established routes, and without loader inserted, the third allows you to hold up to 6 collectible weapons, but you can not take them out of the house, and you must keep them in a secure and locked container.
love your work bro, can you give me an interesting gun to arm my next character with?