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I've finished off a new model for the sci-fi Daedalus mod for Half-Life. The XK12 Shotgun (heavy assault) is produced by Atlas Industries, a weapons manufacturer specialising in heavy assault equipment. AI limits the supply of these weapons to exclusive buyers only, namely government appointed task

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I've finished off a new model for the sci-fi Daedalus mod for Half-Life. The XK12 Shotgun (heavy assault) is produced by Atlas Industries, a weapons manufacturer specialising in heavy assault equipment. AI limits the supply of these weapons to exclusive buyers only, namely government appointed task forces, such as the IG (Interplanetary Guard) who patrol the outer rim. The weapon is drum-fed - a compressed helium canister at the centre of the drum cools the ammunition spiral, shaft and muzzle, allowing the weapon to fire at a rate of 100 rounds per minute. A single-shot, multi-ammo compatible launcher attaches to the bottom of the gun, allowing for extra options in combat situations.

The weapon is employed only in highly specialised combat situations, such as low gravity raids, and is effective at close to medium range against light armour, mechanised infantry and light vehicles. At close range it is capable of penetrating most doors and airlocks, and must be used carefully on board craft.

Check it out below:

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d888
d888

Cool gun model, reminds me of the Q2 shotty

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the_blur
the_blur

Wow, you model quick!!

Just one question...where do you hold it?! =)

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CLuver? Author
CLuver?

haha yes there is a major problem with the mechanics, blur - the trigger grip is right in front of the drum, which would make it painful to hold.

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theJabberwock
theJabberwock

well, despite the minor handle problem, its really SWEET. perhaps it could have a handle type thing like the P90 (that little weird SMG that they used in CS)

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