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Hk G3 BK concept rifle by STUNNA-K Hk G3 BK concept rifle by STUNNA-K
finally got around to modeling my g3 bullpup concept from 2 years ago :)
textures and presentation are still a work in progress

i did away with the fixed iron sights when i realized they were way too low-profile to be used.
i will model some flip up or fixed sights for the rail in the future.

original concept: stunna-k.deviantart.com/art/Ri…

Disclaimer: I am responsible for the design and all 3D aspects of this image. The weapon's design is fictional and is based off of Heckler and Koch's G3 rifle system. The logo/trademark is not my own and belongs to Heckler and Koch.
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Tevo77777 Featured By Owner May 11, 2014  Student Artist
The biggest problem is if the gas-system would work and if the recoil being in the back would ruin the gun.
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TheMintyCrab Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2014
First of all, the G3 and it's cousins (eg HK53, MP5, etc.) all work by means of a roller-delayed blowback system. As such, they have no gas system.
(+ of course the gas system would work if you converted a conventional battle rifle to a bullpup one; the gas system is basically the only part of the weapon which you wouldn't modify)
Also, the recoil has nothing to do with whether or not the weapon is a bullpup.
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Tevo77777 Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2014  Student Artist
The weight is in the back and the G3 has lots of recoil, so that means the upward tilt is going to be horrible.
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Freelancer521 Featured By Owner May 6, 2014
Awesome looking rifle. Great job!
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BooM-Saki-Kanito Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2014
Wow! This is one awesome looking bullpup! The first concept so far that i wanted to hold  haha! There's already a bullpup of HK-33 but it was just a prototype for the Thai army. This one it actually pretty cool!
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redkruger Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2014
wasent this the gun the military guys used in AKIRA?, i was always wondering what weapons they were using i thought they were L85 British assault rifles, but these look more like the rifles they were using
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STUNNA-K Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
haha you're not the first person to notice that! although i think the bullpups used by the military in the film have been pretty clearly identified as early L85/SA80 prototypes as described here: www.imfdb.org/wiki/Akira. thanks for taking a look!
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exizt Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I think youve done a very good job with this rifle, in concept and 3D. The G3 looks functional and handy. Thats a characteristic that I dosnīt see much often here between all the weapon prototypes and mods. As I said, very good job, also in texturing.

Only one suggestion for improvement from a experience shooter: place the sights a few centimeter in the front. That makes it easier to use without smashing in the face :)
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STUNNA-K Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
they there, thanks for taking a look. I appreciate your comment. I am also very aware of the importance of eye relief and took careful notice to research the length of the eye relief and positioning of the susat scope on this rifle. susats have very low eye relief distance and the ocular lens sits very close to the shooter's eye. also, combine this with the usual long length of bullpup stocks, and you get an optic that looks like it's sitting unusually close to the face of the shooter x) take a look for yourself and look up a few bullpups with their original-proprietary optics - F2000, L85, AUG A1... you'll notice the back end of the all of their optics sit far behind the pistol grips.
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Tank50us Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
I... want... one....
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