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R.C.J.R - 13 sEMI-aUTOMATIC rIFLE 7.62X51mm NATO by Souzousha R.C.J.R - 13 sEMI-aUTOMATIC rIFLE 7.62X51mm NATO by Souzousha
EDITED AUG 19 2013 (PLEASE DISREGUARD ANY AGED COMMENTS, MAY BE INVALID TO NEW CURRENT SUBMISSION IMAGE NOW) - Updating older submission to par of current abilities.
New image drawn in Painter 12 (old image was a sketch of a MAS49 based rifle OR SOMETHING LIKE IT)
Souzousha / Firearms / Rifle / Original Design.


ERA - 1960s
Model - R.C.J.R - Jonson-13 Rifle
Nationality - American
Category - Semiautomatic Battle Rifle
Caliber - 7.62x51mm NATO
Feeding Operation - detachable box magazine or stripper clips
Operation - Gas operated
Real World Counter Parts - M-14 & S.M.L.E

A NICE ROBUST RETRO LOOKING m-14 Based rifle.
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Roger-Lee Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2013
I LOVE this design! Very well done!
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Souzousha Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist

O3O Thank You

Was originally suppose to be this But was modified more while drawing on my Com.

You can see some resemblance.

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CzechBiohazard Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sweet rifle, I'm really liking this firearm.

Also, "sEMI-aUTOMATIC rIFLE", what's like that? lol
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Souzousha Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist

Thanks :3

just renewing older submissions, Trying to redeem myself of half baked submissions from back then.

Its the cap locks, I F**king hate the cap lock button, I write like 2 pages and realize there swapped, So some times I say F it leave it that way :3 and I do.

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th3-y0ung-0n3s Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2010
considering that that's from memory, that's a pretty good MAS-49.

it's kewl that you know much about fairly unkown (to amercians) guns. the MAS-49 isn't my favorite semi-auto rifle, i prefer something russian (SVT or an SkS), but you're right: it's certainly eye candy!
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Artraccoon Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2010
I have one of those in .308!

The thing weighs a ton, the gas system is weak and fouls very easily( and is a pain to clean)...resulting an failure to extract & cycle.
But, it's a nice looking gun, the built in grenade launcher is cool, and when it does work it's a good, fun shooter.
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Souzousha Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sweet ^-^ I never checked how much a .308 converted one would cost But it be a lot useful then finding the French ammo for it insted XC

Very lovely gun it is :D But I dont think Id get one anytime soon unless its almost free ^-^

About how many rounds can you go through before any issues start and cleaning is required ^-^ (is that fireing steel case rounds or brass case round )
cus like my SKS it would crap up with steel rounds quick and fail to eject properly
Making sure everythings clean, lubercated, and not over heated fixed it *that and if it has a valve to use during grenade launching Make sure its in the correct position so gas can channel back into the weapon*

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Artraccoon Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2010
The issues start pretty early, after about 5 rounds...sometimes a whole 10 round clip will go through( after a good cleaning),then it starts giving me trouble. The type of case or make of ammo( I've used Israeli, Venezuelan, Chileian, Brazilian, and two different U.S. brands) isn't the problem. The problem is the gas system is...#1 too small, #2 the slide bloc is too heavy for it to push, and #3 the gas tube clogs easily and has a "sphere gas chamber" that is nearly impossible to clean out. My guns are regularly cleaned and lubed...my old Mauser and Arisaka move sooo smoothly because of good lubercation.

Usually I avoid steel cased rounds like the plauge, especially former East Bloc makes, and double so for old DDR(East German) ammo. Way too often they will split the case and get stuck in the breach...and in the worst case you will need a broken shell extractor to get it out!!
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Souzousha Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:noes:Wow thats fairly quick
I was thinking 20 - 40 rounds ^-^ How much did it cost BTW :D
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Artraccoon Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2010
Not too much, around US$350.
But that was back in 1999, and from a dealer I knew.

Sometime I'm going to have to take it out to the range and see if the ammonia treatment suggested by my gunsmith has worked.

It's a handsome gun, and even with the issues I like it in my collection.
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