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Old 05-13-2009, 11:06 PM
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I was perusing the internet when I came upon these works of art. They were made by a team of talented fellows, the same as responsible for the incredible Ballistic Weapons mod for UT2K4 (which I plan on making a page for.) So, what do you gentlemen think?








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Old 05-14-2009, 08:59 AM
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A link to these "works of art" would be appreciated.
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Link, hell! I embedded the pictures from photobucket. Are you at work or school or something?
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Old 05-14-2009, 06:27 PM
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Link, hell! I embedded the pictures from photobucket. Are you at work or school or something?
They weren't showing when I posted, but they are now.

Anywho, they've got an... interesting... look.
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(which I plan on making a page for.) So, what do you gentlemen think?

Well since none of these seem to be based on any real weapons, I suggest to you to NOT make a page on them. These things are bad ass and look real cool, but I don't see any weapon inspirations on any of them.
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I meant about making a page for Ballistic Weapons. These are Crucible guns, something completely different.
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Well since none of these seem to be based on any real weapons, I suggest to you to NOT make a page on them. These things are bad ass and look real cool, but I don't see any weapon inspirations on any of them.
The Trident Machine Gun looks to be based on an M249 SPW/Mark 46 from the shape of it.

Don't know if that counts, though.
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