Here it is one of the motives why the last days I was drawing less than normally:
Here it is an "Evolution" of all the wood weapons I have crafted all these years:
In order, from older (made when I was a child) to now (21 Years old):
1.-: Some kind of submachine gun wich doesn't exist. Who know what I was thinking.
And it sucks. TO MUCH
2.-: How I thinked was a M1 Garand. Back in that time I didn't had acess to internet, and this was how I remembered it looked in a movie. It don't even look a little like one... and it is horrible made.
3.-: A revolver. I didn't know about revolvers, guns or pistols, so I make one in the way.
4.-: My first try to do an FN FAL. Back in the moment I was soo proud of that crap XP.
Made about the 2007, more or less
5.- Other pistol, losely bassed in a type of Beretta
6.- First weapon I actually made of the real dimensions -had least in long- using references from internet as well books:
a MG 42.
What I liked the most was to do from wood and small sticks the munitions
I made as well a bipod, but here it is dismounted.
This was made the 2008.
It was the first weapon I carved from a single piece of wood.
7.- a woodcraft of the legendary PP-08, the "Lüger", as it was the 100 years of the model -made the 2008-.
Once in a Kneipe in the Burschenschaft Montania was named as "Mema"
8.- My poor representation of the All-mighty AK-47 (in the variant AK-74).
The greater problem with this one was, that I make it from one piece, and because of that, the magazine is way to small: so much that it doesn't even look like an AK
9.- That was just to try, I made a German grenate Stielhandgrenate M-24. A rather simple one, made from a wood so heavy and resistent, that can be used as an effective hammer / baton.
I know, as once I was hitted with that. Ouch!
10.- The extremly loooong Mosin-Nagant from 1891.
The funiest part was to do the bolt-action system.
However, I wasn't able to make the front look completely like a Mosin-Nagant. A shame
11.- Finally, and carved this week, my newest proyect, a FN FAL.