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"Red 38 Spec S" Revolver by KillSwitchWes "Red 38 Spec S" Revolver by KillSwitchWes
"Red 38 Spec/S) .38 Special Revolver w/Integral 20 Gauge Shotgun Chamber

WEAPON TYPE: Medium Revolving Handgun w/20 Gauge Shotgun Chamber
RACE/GROUPE: Human/Common Pool
MANUFACTURER: Arginn Red & Sons Co.
WIEGHT CLASS: Light (duel Wield)
CHAOS: Med Low
RECOIL/IMPULSE: Med/None
WEAPON ACC: High/Med High Spread
RATE OF FIRE: SA
EFFECTIVE/MAX RANGE: 75M/450M - 20M/110M
RELIABILITY/MAX SURVICE LIFE: Very High/ 200 Rounds
RELOAD TIME: 3 Sec/3 Sec/4.5 Sec Total Full Reload
MAG SIZE/AMMO: 6 Rounds/9x29mm JSP Round
DAMMAGE/ARMOR PENT: [BULLET] 21HP/7VP/Very Low - [BULLET/MULTISHOT] 13HP/2VP/Very Low

FIRE MODES: SA
PRIMARY FIRE: Fire 9x29 Round
SECONDARY FIRE: Fire 20 Gauge Shot Shell

ATTACHMENTS: LAM, Tac Light, Tac Flasher
OPTICAL ATTACHMENTS:

WEAPON MODS
MAG UPGRADE: 7R - 8R - BM16R - METC InfR
AMMO UPGRADES: +P - +P+ - BMP - +H
ACC UPGRADES: Accurized Barrel - Shotgun Choke
SPECIAL UPGRADES:

The leader in mixing nostalgic design and innovative tech, Arginn Red has created the “Red 38 Spec/S”. A unique .38 special revolver with a 20 gauge shotgun chamber, this was done for defensive purposes for home defense and for pistol hunters in the woods which are generally home to dangerous game. With its beautiful chrome finish, 14k gold inlays and meticulous attention to detail, this weapon seems to attract a certain type of gun buyer, usually the finer gun collector or a collector of older style and nostalgic pieces or a shooter that just likes the thrill of firing a revolver. This weapon really wasn’t meant for use in any sort of combat. It has a small ammo capacity and is slower to reload. It is also a tad larger and thus heavier than most, smaller sidearms resulting in more chaos when moving.

For anyone wanting to use its advantages in light combat it is best to only use this weapon under emergency, last ditch efforts. If fighting an armored foe, either run like hell in an unpredictable zigzag pattern while ducking and dodging or just crawl in the fetal position and kiss your ass good bye. If you are in “reckless abandon” mode and have no care of one’s self, try to rush your opponent while shooting and when close enough, use the shot shell as that can be an intimidating tactic no matter what weapons are being used. That is not always the best course of action though, prudence and thought out tactics may and usually are the better choice and keep you alive and victorious (sometimes). Last but not least (I think), practice at the range A LOT. You really need to make every shot count! The slower reloading will leave you open to die without contest.

Pease leave your thoughts about the stats, back-story/description and picture as I know there's room for improvement! ALL Constructive Crit IS welcome and appreciated



Makeing the break action part was a pain in the ass! Since MS Paint or any of the other programs I have can't rotate other than 90* increments, I had to improvise. I made the 3 parts that you see (berrel piece, handle, cylinder), then printed them out and cut them out. I then posed them and scaned them into the comp. It cam in just alittle smaller so I had to resize slightly wich slightly distorted it :( So I had to touch it up alittle.
Still dosent look as good as I hoped it would (as good as the top two), but I'm happy with it.
IF YOU KNOW OF A BETTER WAY TO DO STUFF LIKE THIS PLEASSSE LET ME KNOW!! I just started doing this a few days ago so I'm still learning
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Keldren-Stormraven Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2013  Professional Writer
Very nice upgrade of the old LeMatt pistol
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ParaDonk3y Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2012
Lovely
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Lalo1551 Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ehh it's ok but i preffer the 44. magnum.
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coolhand77 Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2011
Oh absolutely. I build my own AR15 variants and tinker with stuff like this in the real world, so being a "technical consultant" is kindof second nature to me.
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coolhand77 Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2011
You might want to up your # of .38 cartridges to 7 or 8 and rechamber for .357 magnum [S&W and Taurus both make "higher capacity" revolvers now in .357 mag at that]. That way you would get the 7 or 8 shots of .38 for a standard load, be capable of having the .357 mag higher pressure loads for things like armor piercing or long range shooting [light/fast bullet, high velocity, flatshooting = good accuracy past standard ranges...especially if you go with a subcaliber/high ballistic coefficient bullet in a sabot] and then of course the 20 gauge down the center. Btw, a LONG 20 could be a solution for your "breaching load". After all, it headspaces on the rim. Nobody said you can't fill half the barrel with cartridge to make up for the limitations of the smaller bore diameter over a 12 for breaching purposes.

Hello, my name is Bill, and I am a Hoplophile. :psychotic:
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coolhand77 Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2011
crap, I missed the part about the cylinder upgrades. only issue with that is you would have to change out the clockwork in the pistol as well, as that times the cylinder as it rotates. you can't just slap in a cylinder with more holes in it, the mechanism has to be designed to rotate said cylinder the correct amount or it will jam up/ not work.
You might also add a selector or second trigger for firing the shotgun barrel.
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KillSwitchWes Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2011
Duly noted, I never really thought about that with this gun (oddly I was thinking about it for a Protecta/Striker like one). Any way my weapon drawings are for a video game concept I've been cooking up for along time now (and probably way over ambitious) and details like that are not really necessary although I totally get where your coming from (I go there too). Also I thought I did put a selector switch or button on but I guess I missed that, nice catch, I'll do that for the new version!

Thanks for faving and I appreciate your input.
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coolhand77 Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2011
Oh, and a Taurus Raging Bull series magnum grip will tame the recoil enough for the 20 gauge...if it weren't for the BATFE they'd have a 28 gauge revovler on the market already...unfortunately the nominal bore size is .55 caliber so it either classifies as a destructive device, or a short barreled shotgun / any other weapon, and is subject to NFA regulations and a 200 tax stamp...so no sales in the US
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KillSwitchWes Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2011
So that's why I haven't seen much about the Raging Judge lately... DAMN YOU AT-F your selves and your expanded acronym, you take away all the fun toys! I really don't get why having a shorter barrel is bad, it's less powerful (although still deadly), I suppose it has to do with concealability which is funny as most pistols and short barrel revolvers are VERY concealable. Oh well, I'm not really an expert on current US gun laws so I can't say much on the subject.
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00021-Nam-B Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2011
This remines me of the LeMat Revolver. Was that your insperation here?
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