That looks awesome! It should probably have the barrels arranged two over one, though, in keeping with the dual drum/cylinder design (assuming the outer drum/cylinder holds twice as many shells as the inner one).
no clue! lol. i was about 17 when i made this and had no idea how guns even worked. i just like the aesthetic aspects of weapons. i am mentally more intrigued with form rather than function. one of my downfalls.
so no clue why it has rifled barrels. just knew it looked good
whats the point of the 2nd and 3rd barrels? i see no extra triggers and i don't see how the ammo could cycle into the chambers. the only way this would be useful is if you had special rounds in 2nd and 3rd one, like HE or shot. not much else, a nice looking design no matter the problems.
well at the time i had never seen anyone very good in autocad. so i never really saw any good art from it to make me feel inferior and want to quit lol. thats one theory.
i think all in all its just a fantastic tool. it was like some insanely hard puzzle that i spent tons of freetime on just figuring out. eventually i developed tricks and learned the program inside and out. soon ill be making a youtube tutorial explaining my techniques, since ive yet to find anything like them on the internet. so far anyway.
autocad is sorta like invisible legos. easy to work with once it becomes natural.
I think I understand how this thing works. Or, at least, the reloading process. Each time after the gun is fired, the barrels spin along with "O" shaped magazine. Click-Click-Click. That's how the barrels are reloaded. Right?