Be that as it may, there is no point putting a bayonet on a gun, particularly a carbine. Bayonets were invented because muskets (which first had them) were single shot. Having a bayonet attached to the end of your gun meant the soldier could still kill without reloading, albeit at CQB. Realistically, any semi or fully automatic gun does not need a bayonet. My design doesn't have one.
kidding?...check the gun once more...its a fcking COMRADE mode...its a wepons for revolutions and for conscripts... think over it as over AK47.. in hands of a guy in Africa..or in Siberia...when you are out of ammo in ugly desert is not so easy to find a magazine...is still good to have a damn knife on the stick...and trust me...maybe sneak behind and put a knife in neck is badass...but take a rifle with bayonet and in full run with mad cry put it in enemys belly is still a morale shaker.)
Realistically, if you are buying weapons on a mass scale (for conscripts perhaps) then it makes sense to buy cheap guns, like the AK, not a gun with custom painted decals on the side. As cool as it looks, cool is often impractical.
All you get with the "comrade mode" is a gun that has less features for the same or more money.
And besides, why shouldn't they use the AK? Its cheap, reliable, with plentiful ammo, and can be (if one should desire) be kitted with bayonets, bi-pods, RIS, and aftermarket handguards and stocks and such.
And I would take knifing someone stealthily over a bayonet charge any day of the week, considering you get the same effect from each but charging is considerably more dangerous.
1) Paint is impractical because it does nothing, and expensive because people do not paint stuff like that for free, particularly when mass producing the said item.
2) As I said above, the paint costs money while not being a useful feature.
3) There is no point designing and building a gun (or anything really) to be sold commercially when there is a better product on the market - For example, The AK, or any of the AK derivatives (The "copycat" models made by the chinese, estonians, germans and such).
4) All professional soldiers carry a side arm (like a pistol or in a few cases shotgun). Even if they ran out of ammo for those, they fall back from the frontline, find a Humvee or such and resupply from the said Humvee. Also, knives are easier to use when in you hand, not on a gun, because you have greater mobility and can stab/slash faster.
what a waste of my time....srr man but you are wrong and i have no time to try explain or teach you all needed to understand it....just one thing...when a damn owner of gun make a own draw on gun it got fuck no efect on mass factory produce of gun cause its absolutly not linked pointless shit man...when i put on my car for 1200$ a sprayed eagle for 1000$ does it means that all cars from such patter will cost 2200$ ?...so stop talk shits...
Well the gun can't be black ... I guess yours might be gray but I'm not sure gray is better than black. The barrel appears to be shorter than 14 inches so it's not really a carbine and I don't see a longer barrel for the DMR. Most importantly, I'll be looking for details about a quick change barrel, the cartridge your design uses and how the controls are ambidextrous. I can't quite make out all the controls so I would need some details in that area. Some of these things are in the core requirements so they are going to be the first things I look for.
Hmmm... But gun is not black, it #908d7e color, in other words, it is very very very dirty yellow. In any case, gray is not black. About inches, I do not know how to measure it. I can draw the barrel longer, but what difference does it make? Anyway I will make some updates.
oh man, well color is really up to you in the end. I guess it's not black so I can't really say anything about it not meeting the criteria. However, the point of the color criteria is that black guns are a liability. It is easy to pick a large black gun shaped object out when the soldier himself wears cammo .... make sense?
It makes a difference only in that ... those are the contest criteria ... that's just the way it is. I mean, it wouldn't be a contest without criteria. But if you're looking for a point in barrel length, that's easy. The shorter the barrel, the less power your weapon can produce with its given cartridge. The idea behind a carbine is to find the balance between power and weapon size. I'm not trying to ruin your day, this just happens to be the criteria I put together for this particular contest. We'll do other contests with other criteria, but this is what we've got for now.
Yeah, except that the stock is tiny, the pistol grip is not ergonomic at all, the sights are screwy, that grenade launcher is totally out of proportion, that magazine would never work, and it has no ejector port. Would be better then the damn M16 though...
Brilliant work, Tovarisch! The Comrade model is clearly the uncontested winner of this challenge, as this panel of carefully-selected judges will no doubt unanimously proclaim! *glances threateningly at panel of judges while off-camera soldiers aim trusty, decorated Comrades at them* *Judges shakily announce their verdicts with forced smiles* "Ten for ten!" "Brilliant work, comrade!" "Indeed, brilliant!" "Congratulations, Tovarisch Proxygreen!"
*I smile approvingly.* Well, there you have it, tovarischi! The Comrade wins, just as we said it would! How exciting! A very fun contest indeed... Now get back to work!!