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:bulletyellow::bulletyellow::bulletyellow:Military Industries M150 Wolf-3 rotary railgun

weight: 7.8 kg unloaded
barrel length: 550 mm
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: any 1.1 type (recommended 1.1 Ultra or 1.1 Heavy)
feed system: unified cartridge container (14000 of R-100, 1500 of R-127, 300 of R-121) or belt feeder with any of 1.57 shells
cost: 13'600 Geo
manufacturer: Military Industries
developer: Military Industries


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:iconmajor-azrael99:
major-azrael99 Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
wow really neat, i saw a real life gauss gun pistol that had a similar design as your.
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drakesaber12 Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2012
What does APCS and APCDS stand for
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AwkwardVulpix Featured By Owner May 1, 2012
So, what this is, in essence, is a mini/rail/coilgun.
This could single-handedly win any modern war. It is the most beautiful, perfect type of destruction personified in about...half a meter.
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mivpus Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2013
Aaaand, it doesn't need anything like gunpowder in the ammunition. In theory, the slugs need not even be specially crafted, just of the right shape that they don't warp the rails. Heck, this gun could fire anything from pistolbullet-sized rounds to the biggest one too fit, all dependent on the charge of the gun itself.
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AngryBannana Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
I am truly considering putting a rail gun inside a body such as this. It's a great project, i'll have to put it on my to-do list.
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drakesaber12 Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2012
what does APCS and APCDS stand for
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BloodAngelsCaptain1 Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2012
I can haz?
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The-Last-Dragon-Kni Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
mmmm, Railguns at their finest
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MADMAX6391 Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2011
реквестирую описание на русском языке, ибо хочу использовать данное оружие в одной текстовой ролевой игре
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XSONOHX Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
wow I knew it was a railgun before I even looked at the description XD


epic gun!
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XSONOHX Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wow, I thought it was a railgun before I even looked at the description.   xD   *
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Seekoutguy Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2011
Technically, that's a coilgun. The difference is that a railgun has one solid magnetic rail, whilst a coilgun has multiple intermittent magnetic coils. Much more powerful. Much more dangerous. I like.
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xxVectorZeroxx Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2011
i love the industrial look of it. i see you considered the heat index with the open parts of the rail.

PS, youve made a gauss gun, similar to a railgun, but not quite, sorry, had to point it out.

a railgun has rails, that are long, the projectile rides teh rails along the path to the end of the unit, this causes massive rail errosion.
gauss guns have there projectile float inbetween there rings when they fire, less powerful, but less damaging to the system whole
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Ergrassa Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
well, this is a railgun, not coilgun exactly. high-temperature high-tensile superconductors (rails and projectile sabot) can lower the rail erosion. Using plasma piston can lower this too. Anyway, the coilgun will require more powerful energy cell (at my calculations, six those batteries at least)
The «M150 Wolf-3 operating manual» refers to 2000 shots rersource of the rotary block (at least 400 shots per rail). This also notes that the rotary block is most expensive part of the M150.
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Corias Featured By Owner May 28, 2011
Will 100-µm kelemite or one-layer corthosis rail coating lower erosion?
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xxVectorZeroxx Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2011
cool
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wassap34 Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2011
THIS IS AWESOME!!!!! but why is the railgun rotary?
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Ergrassa Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
To increase firerate (100-200 rpm to 500-1000) and lower each rail wear
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wassap34 Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2011
ah that makes sense,you know that with a magnetically fed/loading magazine and a complete lack of mechanical parts that a single barrel railgun could fire up to 2000-3000rpm? oh and is your fire rate per each barrel or all of them?
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Ergrassa Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
fire rate is total of five barrels and limited due to reliability reason. Maximum rpm is seven thousand at one third of muzzle velocity, but cases rapid rail overheat and erosion.
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orcbruto Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Cool!!! I want one :eager:
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Silverlion Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2011
Very nicely done. The handle should be more worn if the rest of it is scuffed up, I suspect. That's the only thing I can find to critique and that's nitpicky to find even that.
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Zaeta-K Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I love rotary railguns 8D
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vanitosul Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I really like
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