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Fictional Firearm: HC-SG45 Submachine Gun by CzechBiohazard Fictional Firearm: HC-SG45 Submachine Gun by CzechBiohazard
Manufacturer: The Hoke Corporation

Country of Origin: USA

Type: Submachine Gun, Bullpup

Caliber: .45 ACP
Action: Gas operated, rotating bolt
Magazine capacity: 42 rounds
Rate of fire: 600 rounds per minute

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Concept, Design, & Artwork: :iconczechbiohazard:

3D Model of the SG45 by: :iconmykoklyt:

3D model by: :iconchughes27:

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Amazing,as always.

To start the camouflage is excellent,and doesn't draw attention away from the rest of the weapon or look out of place.,as it does on some weapons. Additionally,the scratches and marks that cover the gun give it a nice worn look.

My only criticism is about the placement of the selector switch being near the back of the magazine. Shouldn't it be placed near the trigger assembly? Finally,where is the safety for the weapon?

Still these minor flaws do not draw away from the art,and are hardly noticeable. In all this is an excellent weapon that seems to borrow from German,Russian and Chinese designs.Well,that's it,keep up the good work!
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Critique by The-Strify Jan 6, 2013, 1:24:14 PM
Well you definetly have good art, and it looks very good!

But i notice some design elements that are not ideal.

It seems to borrow a kalashnikov action, and its also bullpup.
It would function fine, but to pull back the charging handle on a kalashnikov action while its that far back is very uncomfortable.

I deeply appreciate the paddle magazine release however, as that is what many shooters are used to and experienced with, being used on many german and russian guns.

The frame design of the gun itself seems very similar to some chinese guns, ergonomicaly these are fine, but you may actually want to mount two small tactical rails to the right and left side of the handguard, and possibly a small tactical rail under it as well for attachment of an additional verticle forgrip/laser/flashlight/bipod/etc.

It also suffers from the fact the kalashnikov action is pretty much not reversable, this means that without serious gunsmithing, the ejection port is permenantly on the right side.
This means this gun cannot be properly used by any left handed shooter.

Also, keeping in mind that the cartridge this uses is 45. ACP, you may want to allow the flash hider to be removed from the barrel by threads, this way you can put a threaded suppressor onto the end of the barrel.
This is a good ideal because a suppressor is a very useful tactical option, with a barrel length roughly that of your submachinegun, a .45 ACP bullet would be moving at about 950 feet per second, just under the sound barrier, and a suppressor would capture the gases extremely well as oposed to that of an assault rifle.

It also lacks optional back up iron sights.

Another issue i see is i don't know if it has a safety, i see auto and single. It could use a burst addition.

As allready pointed out, it would be more ideal if the fire selector was at the trigger and grip, as oposed to the magazine well.

This all being considered, i still view it as a very acceptable and very well made SMG, keep up the good work!
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MetolGuy Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2013
I like the AK parts peeking through :D
CzechBiohazard Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks. :3
MetolGuy Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2013
No prob! :D
AkKAla5H Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
damn, I loved the camo pattern
CzechBiohazard Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks. :3
ryujack134 Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
is there a tutorial for doing things like this on youtube or something?
CzechBiohazard Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I dunno. I taught myself.
ryujack134 Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
i wish i could teach myself. good work though
CzechBiohazard Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I hear ya. Thanks. :3
Smithiii Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2012
This is epic! Instantfave! :D
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