newer rifle/prop gun seen in new sci fi's

Discussion in 'Replica Props' started by hydin, Jan 30, 2006.

  1. hydin

    hydin Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    I cannot find a pic of this rifle anywhere, any capping abilities are on the fritz.

    basically its a huge assault rifle, but the ammo clips on it are clear, and you can see the bullets inside of the casing. in evolution they had the UV rounds glowing, in stargate they were just regular brass.

    anyone have any idea what this rifle is? id love to see if there was an airsoft kinda like it on the market. make a sweet wall display.

    chris
     
  2. UFO

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    i havent seen underworld...but, are you talking about the FN P90?

    http://home.snafu.de/l.moeller/Bremse/FN-P90.jpg

    thats the only one from SG that i know of that has a clear mag....
    airsofts are available all over the place for those...if thats the one
     
  3. synasp

    synasp Sr Member

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    G36?

    need more details man.
     
  4. darcjedi

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  5. hydin

    hydin Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    i think its the g36.

    does that banana clip have a larger round capacity? those bullets look kinda tiny compared to the ones in my head.

    granted , im working off memory here , but the ones in stargate and underworld seemed to be about half the size of a "blooper" grenade.

    chris
     
  6. darcjedi

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    in reality, the G36 is the same caliber as the M4/M16, 5.56mm. the mags in underworld are supposed to be .40 cal i think... so yeah, the bullets in the movie mags are way larger than the ones in real life
     
  7. Rebel Hunter

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    Yep....H&K G36 in Underworld Evolution.

    The new H&K sub machine gun design is getting a lot of movie-play in the last 4-5 years or so.
     

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