remington deringer

Discussion in 'Gallery & Designs' started by Nothing, Oct 17, 2008.

  1. Nothing

    Nothing Longtime Member

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    testing complete, no problems, on to instructions!!
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  3. clif52

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    Nothing these just keep getting better. You are doing amazing work. I'm glad I finally got a fulltime job before all of these great new models came out. I love all of these fullsize weapons. I was starting a collection of scifi weapons but these really bring back the days of watching all of the old cowboy stars with my dad when I was a kid. Customizing the revolvers you could create displays for the Lone Ranger, Hopalong Cassidy, Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, John Wayne, Clint Eastwood and a lot of others.

    Now If I can just con someone into designing the "Colonial Laser Blaster" from the original Battlestar Galactica or the LOST IN SPACE lasers. I love all of these fullsize weapons. Now I've got to clean out the basement to give me more room to build.
  4. Darwin

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    Nothing, the derringer looks great. The pepperbox I was thinking of was the second photo. When I was in high school, one of my friends had one (real, not plastic....imagine that, a high school student having a weapon of mass destruction and not using it on anything other than paper targets....a different world back in the 50s). One of the shells in the derringer should be a 4-10 shotgun shell. Now THAT is some serious close-in self protection.
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    Nothing Longtime Member

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    Thank you Chris!!
  7. cgutzmer

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    You are thanking me? :p I should be thanking you ;)
  8. Elliott

    Elliott Senior Member

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    I thought you just did. :p

    Nothing, your work is just incredible. Keep it up.

    In keeping with Clif52's suggestions, how about the rifle that breaks down into a crutch in the original "Day of the Jackal", or Greedo's pistol in Star Wars 4? :mrgreen:
  9. Brentv

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    Hello Nothing,

    I just purchased the Colt....How about a Sten gun? Would be simplier then the AK-47.

    Just an Ideal.

    Brent
  10. eatcrow2

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    I just purchased the Derringer!!!!! Great looking model, that is well worth the price...:thumb::thumb::thumb:
  11. Nothing

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    thanks guys!!!

    brent ive actually decided my first smg will be the m1a1 thompson!
  12. hey noting have you considered the P90 i think there would be a few people intrested in that. *coff coff stargate coff* love the ones you have came up with so far to love models with movable parts and acsessories.
  13. Nothing

    Nothing Longtime Member

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    yes i have. and i will.
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    Looks good... now you need a Petticoat modeled to put under it. ;)