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Landsknecht by Ergrassa Landsknecht by Ergrassa
Solar Industries AV-110 Landsknecht mass driver.

weight: 2.9 kg unloaded, 4.6 kg with a battery and ammunition
barrel length: 454mm
caliber: 1.57mm (projectile), 2.1mm (rail)
cartridge: R-100 hypersonic carbon APCS (0.04 g); R-103 supersonic hybrid longrange tungsten APCDS (0.2 g); R-121 subsonic shield-breaker (5 g); R-127 subsonic incediary shell (1.3 g).
energy cell: EmHW battery
muzzle velocity: 1800 m/s for R-100, 850 m/s for R-103, 270 m/s for R-121 and R-127.
cost: 930 Geo
manufacturer: Solar Industries

New born of mass drivers, AV-110 Landsknecht is another try for replacement of Mirk K-16 in the Army. Cheap and easy-to-work, AV-110, is a copy of xenotechnological Orders' weapons. Unified ammo cartridge contains 4570 bullets of four types: 4400 of cheap, light and universal R-100; 100 of longrange and accurate R-103; 50 of deadly white-phosphorous R-127 and 20 of excellent shield-breaking R-121. Landsknecht is a beginner of new age in military technologies.

:bulletblue: 3Ds Max 2009, finalRender stage-1, Adobe Photoshop CS2
:bulletgreen: 5 hours to model, 1 hour to compose.
:bulletred: APCS Armour Piercing Conductive Sabot.
:bulletred: APCDS same as APCS, but Discarding.
:bulletyellow: some details here: [link]
:bulletyellow: and here: [link]
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chekist4441 Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2013
Чем это он стреляет - иголками что-ли, ну ну))))
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678091 Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
this is a gun you should watch out for
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Blackvertigo1 Featured By Owner May 15, 2012
Sorry. Only I have a mass driver as a weapon.

watch this if you think otherwise: [link]
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MPLXNovasurge Featured By Owner May 2, 2012
Does this operate on the railgun principle or the coilgun principle.
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Ergrassa Featured By Owner May 22, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
railgun
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slothninja Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2012  Student Writer
can the LED readout on the side be turned off for night ops?
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Ergrassa Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
yes, of course. Also, there is a shutter on control panel.
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akos2 Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Thats only 129,6 joules shot energy for the R-100. Its even way weaker than a .22 long rifle cartridge. a (9mm parabellum is about 550-750 joles depending on powderload) with 300rpm how thats supposed to kill stuff?
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XSONOHX Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
omg awsome!

Oh and is the screen with the bright blue numbers a volt-meter? Thats what is was on a gauss gun video I saw (the gun wasen't that powerful though DX but it could tear stuff up with those metal bullets!).
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Anzac-A1 Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2011
Actually, railguns work by conducting a current through the rails, using the projectile to bridge the gap between the rails. Because of this, the rails need effective cooling, due to the heat from the friction generated when the gun fires, and also need to be replaced frequently due to wear caused by the high-speed projectiles, which can reach speeds of approx Mach 6+.
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