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The SAI Project aims to freely distribute illustrated, light weapon-based images from equipment from all over the world, the project is continuous and is updated regularly. A Compilation of the hundreds and hundreds of current images was recently released, check the article for extra info.

Posted by Snake_RR on Aug 23rd, 2009

Greetings!

If you like weapons, then this is definitely for you:


Small Arms Illustrated


The Small Arms Illustrated Project Team (which I happen to recently join) catalogs images of weapons from all over the world in various categories, organized by country of origin, in order to create a sort of a free, digital image-based encyclopedia / ebook.

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You can check the Project's Home Page here:



The project haves hundreds and hundreds of images and counting (since it's continuously updated with new content), there are three main categories (click on their following names to be redirected to the respective site category):

Includes small arms in general (Rifles, Shotguns, SMG's, LMG's, PDW's, etc), this section also includes numerous additional categories with additional content ('Conversion Kits', 'Magazines', etc).

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Pistols and Machine Pistols.

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Includes both WWII-based small arms and side arms (sub categories include 'Portable Flame Throwers' and 'Infantry Support Weapons').

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I recently made an Organized Compilation of all the Small Arms Illustrated images (as of the latest '08/08/2009' update) for collection, you can download it here:

File Size: 54,7 MB
Format: .zip

Please note that the download links will be removed from the Project's Main Page after each Update (the links will be restored after the Compilation files are updated).

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aidas2
aidas2 Sep 25 2009, 1:07pm says:

PPSH with a curved barrel? WTf?

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D3V1LISH_SNIPER
D3V1LISH_SNIPER Mar 14 2010, 4:02pm replied:

lol i think it had alot of recoil they made it curved lol

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Chakan
Chakan May 7 2010, 2:46am replied:

lol=) but tbh PPSh has quite a low recoil, i even saw a video when a woman were shoting with PPSh without having problems with recoil.

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Serygala
Serygala May 8 2010, 7:38pm replied:

Made to shoot around corners... I saw these thins in a few videos but I don' t think they work.

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Raptor007GMG
Raptor007GMG Aug 25 2010, 4:31pm replied:

Like the German StruhmGewehr 44 variant with a curved barrel?

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norton2
norton2 Sep 27 2009, 4:51pm says:

Excellent job

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James100
James100 Oct 4 2009, 2:42pm says:

@aidas2 Yeah Soviets used it at the Sieges. It used to help by shooting in cover.

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elite-sniper
elite-sniper Dec 29 2009, 4:48pm says:

the germans arms is best

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