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FN 49 by Souzousha FN 49 by Souzousha
Firearm name - FN-49
Country or origin - Belgium
Caliber - 7.92x57mm Mauser + Various others
Operation - Gas
Mag capacity - 10rds

Yeah A badass gun that I love to have. Though it would be more on collecting the actual purpose.
Like how this worked out Maybe Il do more work like such.
More art available in my Gallery please take a look
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Renamon folder-[link]
Anthro Gals-[link]
Guns colored-[link]
more guns B&W- [link]
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fatty119 Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
What program do you use to get pictures like this?? I love it!
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Souzousha Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I got a less common program, Its intentionally for Animation But I like to use it instead of PS Because its less complex.
More user friendly when you get a hang of it.
Spent some time as a animator and received a copy*

Called TV Paint.
Is Essentially a super version of MS Pint with tons more useful tools.
All done with a Mouse BTW, Everything, Haven't had the chance to buy a Stylist pad.
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fatty119 Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
does it cost money, or is it freeware??
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Souzousha Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Not sure, I obtained mine through kicking everyones ass in a animation contest a few years back. :meow:
The previous version cost a bit, I wouldn't be surprized if this did to.
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bubba145 Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2010
Nice
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alpharalph Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2010
Great image of one of my favorite rifles.
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Souzousha Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the Favs :meow:

Is one of my Fav weapons as well. Its 8mm (7.92x57) caliber makes it deadly to almost all body armor.
As well as the round being powerful its very inexpensive to shoot.

I havent looked up any reviews on the weapon in 8mm But I heard bad about its .308Win converted varient & that this converted version was prone to jamming with its less powerful round.

So If you ever plan on buying one Get the 8mm original :meow:
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GundamGPO3 Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
A little trivia for you :) What is the brass cylinder on the stock used for?
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Souzousha Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Havnt done much reserch on the FN 49.
Was interested in getting one for the 8mm power But voted to aim for a MG42 insted.

So Im just going to apply what ever I alredy know and assum conclusions.
At first I had no reason to think it had a purpose But If your mentioning it It must.

Only conclussion is its a pin to to transfer engergy from the recoil to the stock.
As seen in a few of my weapons BUT even then its not in the correct place being in the stock.

So no clue boss, Care to share the knowledge :meow:
And dont say somthing silly like is weapon lable saying serial # & maker Ect XC
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GundamGPO3 Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
ROFL, I wasn't gonna say something ridiculous like that :P Most people have no idea what those are for, even on Mausers. It's used to take down the bolt-sleeve and separate the firing pin, firing pin spring, and cocking piece. In order to do this, you have to insert the front end of the firing pin into the hole of that brass ring. The you have to firmly press down the bolt-sleeve around the firing pin until the locking lugs around it can be rotated free of the cocking piece. Once this is down, you can release the bolt-sleeve carefully, and you just disassembled the bolt :)
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