"And now for something completely different"
It appears as if the creative juices were just flowing this morning. Thence producing this wacky concept...
A P90 receiver as the base for a Squad Automatic MG? I guess so!
I decided to get a little bit more meticulous with the design this time. For instance I had to solve a problem that with the barrel situated so far below the sight line, there might be a problem with accuracy. So I compensated by adding a complicated computerized camera device, similar to whats on the Cornershot Rifle(tm) The wires connect a scope-camera to a computerized tiny LCD monitor situated on the side of the stock, where the shooter can simply glance down to make sure his aim is spot on... That wire was a bloody pain to create, tons of tiny barrels, all put in the correct spot. This is another reason why I prefer .6 to .7 SLIDERS!! I appreciate the slider aspect for scale and rotation, having to dial in a specific angle of rotation or scale on .7 is a pain. having a Slider is so much easier.
Yes this is a left-handed gun for those of you who noticed. Making it right-handed would not have allowed me to exhibit the computer system. If you are righthanded, just imagine it flipped around, the computer system being on the other side and the drum mag facing you.
Credits go to Robbe again for the Drum Mag concept, as well as using the small rail bits to look like inscriptions on the carrying handle.