Tag: animation

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The Staggering Human Toll of WWII

While the vast majority of us use guns for defense, fun, and hunting; I believe it necessary to ensure that we never forget the toll by which our freedom comes. Neil Halloran, an animator has come up with an utterly mesmerizing (and sobering) graphic representation of [Read More…]

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AK-107 / AK-108 animation

It has been a while since I have posted an animation. This one, author unknown, shows how the balanced gas operating system works in the AK-107 and AK-108 rifles. ( If the animation is not playing, try this link: click here) Wikipedia explains how the system works: The [Read More…]

1911 assembly 3D animation

This amazing 3D animation shows a 1911 being assembled. Made with the free open source Blender software, it is the best video I have seen on the internet in a long time. The description: This is an animation i made in blender of a colt 1911. all of the parts are modeled [Read More…]

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1911 Pistol Animation

I had been meaning to blog about this animation for quite a while and was reminded of it by Traction Control. The animation, by STI International, shows a M1911 pistol firing a round. Various parts can be hidden such as the slide, frame, magazine etc. so you can easily [Read More…]

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Pump action shotgun animation

A reader recently asked where he can find an animation showing how a pump action shotgun works. This is not the best animation ever, but it is all I could find. Click here to view it (scroll down the page). Below is a screenshot (just an image. Click here to view it.):

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AK-47 Animation

Here is a very good animation showing the AK-47 internals and how it operates. To view the animation thumbnail below to watch it: Warning, it is quite large (2.3mb) Loading…. Unfortunately I do not know who the author of this animation is.

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The anatomy of an Glock

This beautiful flash animation shows how a Glock works. Like the AR-15 anatomy it allows you to hide or make transparent various parts allowing you to see inside. Below is just a screenshot. Click here to view the animation.