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Quicksilver Industries: 'Sidewinder' ASR
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Published: March 11, 2015
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The Sidewinder Advanced Sniper Rifle fires SABOT rounds, specially designed to punch through ballistic vests, armor, protective suits and cover.

It has a silky smooth bolt action and can easily and quickly be taken down and stored for transport. The stock is adjustable in length, cheek rest height and stock pad height. It features a built-in monopod and a proprietary bipod attachment point at the front of the hand guard. Bipod not included.

Quicksilver Ind. produces top of the notch firearms made for easy and cheap mass production, while maintaining very high quality.
Our firearms will always be fully ambidextrous, two toned, operator-friendly and accessory-friendly.
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andrewlee0520's avatar
How to take out magazine?
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Shockwave9001|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Fixed it :)
Thanks for pointing it out!
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Anytime
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Shockwave9001|Hobbyist Digital Artist
*whispers* okay, don’t tell anyone, but I actually forgot to add a magazine release catch xD
I’ll add one and update the image for you okay ^^
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Shockwave9001|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you.
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Fuego-fantasmal's avatar
You are welcome. :)
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mad-matt-57's avatar
Ahhh !!! A good, old school .308 bolt action sniper rifle ! Goes straight to my heart Love 
You realy are the man Shockwave !! 

PS : I need those .308 sabot rounds !! 
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Shockwave9001|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Glad to hear you like it, buddy :)
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damonfury3's avatar
would you mind if i use this design and change it to a rubber band gun for a present my little brother
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SUPcoolDUDES|Hobbyist Digital Artist
does it use a high velocity projectile round or just a normal bullet. Because it looks like a railgun projectile
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Hardcorev20's avatar
How big is the Magazine and what is the caliber? I mean it looks absolutely badass.
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Shockwave9001|Hobbyist Digital Artist
7.62x51 if I remember correctly. Magazine would be 6+1.
Thanks man
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Hardcorev20's avatar
Personally, I would've gone for either 12.7x99mm, 12.7x108mm, or 14.5x114mm, Saboted Light Armor Penetrators for those rounds can probably punch through an up-armored Humevee or Stryker. Still, six rounds in the magazine plus one in chamber is not bad.
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But a .338 Lapua will do the same.
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Shockwave9001|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well it's a light weight weapon system, but I could imagine multiple versions for different calibers.
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KeepCalmAndGlaceon's avatar
You know, I think you should try a straight-pull design. It'd be interesting to see.
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Shockwave9001|Hobbyist Digital Artist
I've certainly thought about it, but they don't look strikingly different from regular bolt actions.
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KeepCalmAndGlaceon's avatar
There's your challenge then; make one that does.

I have faith in you!
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viking632|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
what do you use to draw these? i want it.
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Shockwave9001|Hobbyist Digital Artist
PimpMyGun v0.7
You can find it and use it for free at pimpmygun.doctornoob.com
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viking632|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
thanks b0ss
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LEXe0s-Computing|Hobbyist General Artist
There is always going to be that one guy and I am going to be him.....I literally just orgasmed.
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Shockwave9001|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hahaha I'll take it as a huge compliment, thank you sir!
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