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The Painkiller
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Published: May 4, 2018
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Hey guys here is a Revolver i made for the wild west challenge on artstation, i had to make 5 props in wild west theme, i made 3 transportation design and 2 weapon,  You can check the other view and everything here : www.artstation.com/contests/wi…
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I will post some other image soon.
Thanks!!
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Adobe Photoshop CC (Windows)
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SlugNasty's avatar
So cool, I love the design and the name is perfect! :)
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LMorseProfessional Digital Artist
thanks ;)
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MasterVuleHobbyist Digital Artist
looks epic! :D
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LMorseProfessional Digital Artist
Thanks
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WiorkaEGProfessional Traditional Artist
Well, I have question: what do you want to go with shell ejector if this is piston revolver without shells? 
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LMorseProfessional Digital Artist
look cool :) we can imagine something or not
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HighlanderFXProfessional Artisan Crafter
This is badass! My only critique is that it looks like the tail of the hammer might block your view of the rear sight? But that's pretty nit-picky..great job either way!
zxczxczbfg's avatar
Most historical revolvers did that as well. Cocking the hammer usually brought it out of the way of the sights; in fact, some designs had the rear sights built into the nose of the hammer.
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HighlanderFXProfessional Artisan Crafter
Does that mean whoever wants to shoot it double action is out of luck then? 
zxczxczbfg's avatar
From the looks of this, I'm not even sure this thing *has* a double-action function.
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HighlanderFXProfessional Artisan Crafter
Oh ok, I'm not a revolver expert..but my dad has a .38 special and it does have double/single action so I sorta assumed all revolvers do that. Is there something that indicates double action or is it just something that is explicit to a certain model of revolver?
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It's not usually visible on the outside; generally you'd have to crack open the trigger housing to see for certain. However, this particular design seems to be a kitbash of the Colt Dragoon (a single-action cap-and-ball revolver) with a few extraneous features like an ejector rod; it being a double-action design is rather unlikely.
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LMorseProfessional Digital Artist
yeah maybe.. but when it's armed i think we can deal with it, but you know i'm not a real gun architect :)
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bondbrother11Hobbyist General Artist
Beautiful craftmenship
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LMorseProfessional Digital Artist
Thanks!!
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