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HN-7 Ox by Hoborginc HN-7 Ox by Hoborginc
Pretty straightforward: it's a shotgun.

There is a reflex sight mounted on it, but the rail is guttered and can be used as a rear sight.
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:iconweiusd:
pls make papercraft of this awesome piece
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major-azrael99 Jul 15, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
not a bad design, 

i can see someone making a similar model with a 870 and some machinist work 
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hey men how i down load it? there is`nt any link
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:iconhoborginc:
The "Download Image" link is on the right, and it opens up a high-res jpeg.

There are no other files associated with this.
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Iridias89 Mar 22, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Excellent design.
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Streaked-Silver Jan 2, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
as someone who uses weapons all the time.. i .. cant find anything wrong with this.. its a totally solid design really. Though i'd use a angled grip on it instead of a vertical grip, but it seems like that can be switched out any way..
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:iconheretic1311:
The only weapon i was ever trained to use was the Steyr AUG/StG77, since im Austrian. This gun looks like its intended for short range work, which is fine for a punp gun anyways.
The pic itself is great, very realistic, but still with the artists own style.
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Streaked-Silver Feb 7, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
indeed. The angled grip would purely be for my own personal comfort. Also Well Met. We love the Austrian military when we train and work with them. If i recall right, you guys are insane with your Artillery support. Right on the money every time
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My time was back in 2000 and i never had anything to do with artillery, so i cant comment them. But we lack in the experience department, since 1945 middle europe has seen no war, a fact im glad about.
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Streaked-Silver Feb 7, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
indeed, There's no reason to cry about peace.
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