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vulturetech EMP 1.1 by xparament vulturetech EMP 1.1 by xparament
Type:electronic machine pistol
Action:Semi-Auto
Caliber: 9mm
Capacity:30+1#
Rate-of-Twist:1-in-7"
Finish:grey ABS matte
Sights:red dot
Barrel Length:12.1"
Processor: SAMSUNG S5PV210 Cortex A8 1GHz
Memory: 512MB
Capacity: Built-in 4GB NAND FLASH, support SDHC TF card up to 16GB

computer monitors, detects and fixes jams.
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Davenzoid Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2014
the most unique design i've seen for a while, great job!
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:iconxparament:
xparament Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2014   Filmographer
thnaks! :D im happy you like it!
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Ziggy-FoxCat Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Another really unusual but awesome gun from you as usual! x3

  I do have a complaint with this though. I know you get the "barrel is too short alot" thing, but I feel that this is the type of gun that's meant to be wielded single handedly, and even in twos. Thanks to the stock, it looks like it would have a lot more stability than usual dual wielding which would give you a hard time aiming due to the FACT that you wouldn't be able to use two hands to stabilize ONE gun. I do really like that.

  My complaint is, of course, with the short barrel. It's not that its too short because for all we know pistols can have even SHORTER barrels than this and still be a functional weapon. My problem is really how close it is to the hand. Just remember I could be wrong, but it looks a little bit on the dangerous side.

  I'm not trying to criticize, I'd just be slightly worried in using this gun. ^^

  However, knowing that this is obviously a futuristic gun, I do take in to account that maybe its made a specific way that your index finger is not in danger from being so close to the front of the barrel. Also maybe I'm just over speculating and this gun would still be safe to use.

  That's just what I think, honestly this gun is amazing as is usual with your wonderful designs! I hope I wasn't too critical! >.<
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chaosmarine1 Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2014
Amusingly, 12.1 inches isn't that short. Don't get me wrong though, while it is on the shorter end of the scale, it's not the shortest. For example, the MP5K has a 4.5 inch barrel.
Though, I do agree about about your finger being so close to the end of the barrel. But on the other hand, there are a few firearms that seem be fairly similar in that regard.
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xparament Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2014   Filmographer
thanks
comments are always welcome. I do not think you are too critical at all. I put these up on the internet to be seen and talked about. Im flattered when anybody takes the time to think about my designs and comment. 

as for your comment. you are probably right about the barrel length. my idea for this one was to try and design the shortest machine pistol without a ridiculously short barrel. Or in other words i tried to maximise the barrel to overall length. So it is very possible that i went too far and should have made more space between the barrel and trigger. your comment is a Valid. 

In my defence: there are many dangerous parts on guns and if not used correctly can do damage. for example the slide and hammer in a pistol can do a lot of damage to your hand if not held properly. Same with some revolvers (myth busters did it). also you can always spot a sniper by the half moon scar over the right eyebrow. I have hit myself many times in the eye when my gun slipped off my shoulder but i was a sharpshooter and using a low power rifle so it did not break the skin.

I would worry more about trying to open corners with this.
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Ziggy-FoxCat Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2014  Student Digital Artist
I actually recently saw that mythbusters episode where they tested if a revolver could cut off your hand. o3o
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:iconxparament:
xparament Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2014   Filmographer
yeah i saw that one as well...i forgot what the conclusion was. I think they where using a very high power revolver if i remember correctly.  
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:iconziggy-foxcat:
Ziggy-FoxCat Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2014  Student Digital Artist
They confirmed it I think. They created all the circumstances, and it blew the artificial thumb right off. ouo;
I could be wrong, but it was definetely either confirmed or plausible
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:iconxparament:
xparament Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2014   Filmographer
i seam to remember  them using a chicken.
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Ziggy-FoxCat Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Eeyup.
Good times.
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:iconxparament:
xparament Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2014   Filmographer
one of my favorites was when they disproved the rumor that you can kill someone with the shock wave of a 50 cal.  i was sure that was true
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:iconppanda109:
ppanda109 Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2014
the barrel isto short, buta cool gun :) I love it!!
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:iconxparament:
xparament Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2014   Filmographer
hh thanks I get that a lot :D 
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:iconluczar:
LuCzar Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2014
Love it! You create some of the coolest gun concepts
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:iconxparament:
xparament Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2014   Filmographer
thanks ! im very happy you like them :D
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:iconjackoman:
Jackoman Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
I like this concept. It looks like a Zip-Gun that you'd get in the first part of a game.
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:iconxparament:
xparament Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2014   Filmographer
hhh thanks im happy you like it ! I think my art is very inspired by video games. 
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:iconibbeeawesome:
ibbeeawesome Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2014
Jawdropping amazing work man! Keep it up! :D
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:iconxparament:
xparament Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2014   Filmographer
thanks! I am happy you like it. 
thats what keeps me painting :D 
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:iconvicariouslygaming:
VicariouslyGaming Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2014  Student Digital Artist
I'm in love with this design, very beautiful and unique :)
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:iconxparament:
xparament Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2014   Filmographer
thanks! not many people like this one...I got a bunch of negative feedback on it / Im happy you like it :D
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VicariouslyGaming Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Of course! Even if it was lacking in some functionality, it more than makes up for it in ingenuity and creativity. I've seen a lot of people get really negative if a design isn't 100% usable, they need to give more credit where it's due. Keep making awesome stuff c:
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:iconxparament:
xparament Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2014   Filmographer
thanks I agree!  i guess they feel like its cheating to design something that won't actually work well
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VicariouslyGaming Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Right? There's this little thing called artistic license that I guess they just forget about.
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salycap Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2013  Student Digital Artist
very nice weapon. the incredibly short overall length would make tis gun easy to shoot from one handed positions and/or moving and firing. weapon would suffer against hi tech warfare as a computer fixes weapon jams. would seem to suit vehicle based troops and possibly rapid insertion troops.
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:iconxparament:
xparament Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2013   Filmographer
thanks! Im happy that you like it. I agree that it would be great for moving fast and vehicle assault teams... and i did not think about the hi tech warfare issue... so thanks for the heads up
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salycap Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2013  Student Digital Artist
anything that is used to keep something working can and usually will be used to destroy. that's the way I think anyway.
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jmorg65 Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
I...Actually can't see how this would work. The Rounds inter the receiver and good 10-30mm from the firing pin. Do the rounds slide back? If so, this gun is even more broken than i thought. 

Apart from that, great artwork. 
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xparament Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2013   Filmographer
hi,
 thanks im happy you like my art 
the rounds are pulled back instead of being pushed forward. that does two things.1 it makes the gun fire faster and more reliable because it only needs to pull back instead of going back and forth. 2 the gun is much shorter because of that and better balanced. i did that design because i wanted to try and get the longest possible barrel with a short overall length .
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Anomonny Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2013  Student General Artist
RIP fingers. XD Great design concept, Much length reduced, but it lack safety and a some more simplification would make it very great.
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:iconxparament:
xparament Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2013   Filmographer
thanks! if i have time i will modify that 
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:iconredw0lf777sg:
RedW0lf777sg Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
I like this design, but it really needs a handguard/trigger guard or make the barrel a little longer. =3
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:iconxparament:
xparament Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2013   Filmographer
thanks 
:D
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RedW0lf777sg Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
You're welcome. :icononionx3plz:
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ShinaRyun Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2013
A groovy-looking design that I'd love to fire just for the hell of it, but I wouldn't want to shoot this without gloves.  There is nothing about having unprotected fingers two inches away from a muzzle that sounds good to me; that said, I'd happily sacrifice a decent glove just to send a few magazines downrange from this thing.
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:iconxparament:
xparament Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2013   Filmographer
yes i see what you mean...thanks
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major-azrael99 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
i don't think that putting the trigger system under the flash hider is a good idea, you should give like 3 more inch to the barrel. i know you want to keep it short but it "too" short.

otherwise the concept is quite good
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:iconxparament:
xparament Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2013   Filmographer
thanks
:D im very happy that you liked it!
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major-azrael99 Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
your welcome
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:iconfroninj:
FroNinj Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2013
machine pistols normally fire in Full auto as far as i know
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:iconxparament:
xparament Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2013   Filmographer
yes... i guess your right. however i find fully automatic a little wasteful as it is hard to hit anything when the muzzle is all over the place.
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EffectivePawn Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
You could do another version where in front of the trigger guard is a small grip.
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:iconxparament:
xparament Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2013   Filmographer
i wish i had the time....
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TheLivingRedBaron Featured By Owner May 21, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
What are the computer and electric motor meant for? I noticed that it is piston-driven. The electric motor in the back would weigh down the rear of the weapon, possibly increasing muzzle-climb on a short-barreled weapon intended to be deployed with one hand. Machine pistols like the IMI Uzi and the Ingram Mac-10 work decently one-handed because they are carefully balanced, with a telescoping bolt to boot. might need a second grip, or a specialized sling or harness to combat muzzle-flip.

I think this design looks awesome though. I never see enough machine pistols.
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xparament Featured By Owner May 22, 2013   Filmographer
thanks! I am happy you like it
The computer is to monitor the action and together with the motor it can regulate rate of fire, temperature and fix all kinds of misfiring and stoppage problems. It also monitors amount of rounds fired and can notify the operator before they run out. The gun can run manually so it does not depend on the battery or the computer. as for the weight issue i agree it can be a problem, however this gun was designed to have shortest overall length while maintaining a relatively long barrel. So naturally accuracy would be affected. The imbalance however can be countered by pressing the weapons stock firmly in the shoulder firing position and placing the free hand under or over the stock. Also the shooter can grip the magazine like on the glocks with butstock and extended mag like many of my friends have set up. [link]
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blinKX10 Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2013  Student Digital Artist
This design looks kick-ass except that the barrel is only 1 inch long. I was wondering if I could modify your concept (extend the muzzle and add a foregrip) and then use it as reference for a 3D model to go on my Demo Reel? (Will definitely give credit!)
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xparament Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2013   Filmographer
hi!
sure you can you use it if you change it a bit...but the barrel is not 1 inch because it uses a reverse bolt system which pulls the bullet in instead of pushing it. that gives it the bullpup length without the bullpup configuration.
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olafanderson Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2013
Forgive me for posing so many queries but would this not be more effective with a top mounted magazine/firing mechanism similar to a P90? It already has a short barrel, might as well get as much range as possible.
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xparament Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2013   Filmographer
well yes i think that would be preferable and that is probably why the p90 exists and there is nothing like the one i painted out there (that i am aware of) however one can argue that it is easier and faster to switch mags in the handle then any other system and that would let the shooter keep the gun on the target while switching mags. thanks for the comment i am always happy to talk guns ! and to keep making my designs better.
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olafanderson Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2013
Eh, it might be a tad slower but you can hold quadruple the rounds, or more with one so that obviates the need for several reload sequences so long as you don't just hold the trigger down. I was just thinking that where the magazine seats into the weapon that the functional barrel length is about an inch and a half, which gives it a range measured in mere feet.
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