Fascinating... Now a lot of this particular critique will come from a rather personal point of view. Meaning that everything I say is wrong will come from the specific way I would try and use this gun if I just randomly picked it up in a gunfight or at a range.
Everything on the top half of the gun is fine, in my opinion. Or maybe the top 2/3. Now this APPEARS to me to be a well-made transfusion of the p90 and the F2000, in real life relatives of design. One of the greatest things about the F2000 is the placement of the ejection port on the front of the gun. That way lefties wouldn't get brass in the face. That's not the case here. SO, this gun isn't exactly ambidextrous.
The other thing I don't like are the handle. And I know, it's P90 style, but still, it looks too short to me.
The texturing is fantastic though, and it's a pretty good transfusion of certain elements in real life guns. Keep up the good work.
Okay, I really like this gun from an artistic point of view: the texturing is really nice, just the right amount of weathering to look cool without going into lolfail levels. On to the more technical side, and this is just as good...
First thing is the fire selector, it's both good and bad, regretfully. You've put safety and repetition at opposite ends of the fire selector, something that is good for if the fire selector is easy to move between modes. (This being because, unlike in most games and films, semi-auto/repetition is used in almost every situation by the modern infantryman) On the other hand, the fire selector looks pretty hard to manipulate, quite small and fiddly (remember: your weapon may need to be used by someone 1/2 way up a mountain, wearing thick gloves and at night - make it easy for as many situations as possible), however this is a small point. The rails and iron sights are good (G36 RIS and G36 Irons), I like the brass deflector too (often forgotten by people) and the ambidextrous G36-style cocking handle is good, if slightly weighty. (since that section is very much based on the G36 I'm assuming the cocking handle works on the same principle. Therefore it's a massive lump of metal which is heading all the way back to the bolt, much further than the G36's would need to go). Finally, I'll quickly address the magazine. I know RoninPsycho's said it, but that's gotta be a 'x45' magazine, so you could probably claim that it's firing the 9x39mm subsonic round used by the Soviets/Russians in the AS and VSS rifles.
What he means is that it bears a VERY small resemblance to the PDW-57 from Black Ops II. But, apart from the foregrip, it looks nothing like it. It's more of a G36/F2000 hybrid with...interesting results. I like it.
All guns have a small resemblance to each other. I'm just tired all of the idiots that keep on comparing guns to each other when then are completely wrong. I based a weapon off of the FAMAS and he told me I drew the Tar-21. That shit just gets irritating as fuck. He said I stole the Tar-21's design completely, because it's a bullpup. lol
Well, the body of the weapon is made out of a polymer plastic, so it wouldn't be that heavy. Maybe around 8 pounds? It's more or less the size and weight of the FN P90. But, I don't have that weapon to show you. However, I do have an airsoft Steyr AUG that you could hold? The real deal would only weigh a little bit more.