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Sweetwater Precision Weapons 'Shockwave' LMG by TastyJuice Sweetwater Precision Weapons 'Shockwave' LMG :icontastyjuice:TastyJuice 17 0 Shipper Type 98 disassembled by TastyJuice Shipper Type 98 disassembled :icontastyjuice:TastyJuice 9 3 Shipper Type 98 'Toggle-locking' Light Machine Gun by TastyJuice Shipper Type 98 'Toggle-locking' Light Machine Gun :icontastyjuice:TastyJuice 20 1 Shipper Industries ' UltraLite' by TastyJuice Shipper Industries ' UltraLite' :icontastyjuice:TastyJuice 34 3 Sidewinder .338 Lightweight Precision Platform by TastyJuice Sidewinder .338 Lightweight Precision Platform :icontastyjuice:TastyJuice 32 2 Shipper 6.2 TFR-GL by TastyJuice Shipper 6.2 TFR-GL :icontastyjuice:TastyJuice 44 2 Shipper Handguns by TastyJuice Shipper Handguns :icontastyjuice:TastyJuice 27 0 Shipper Model 1 Falling Block by TastyJuice Shipper Model 1 Falling Block :icontastyjuice:TastyJuice 34 1 Sweetwater 'Operator' M1911E1 DA/SA by TastyJuice Sweetwater 'Operator' M1911E1 DA/SA :icontastyjuice:TastyJuice 52 2 Sweetwater Texas XM338 CSP Prototype by TastyJuice Sweetwater Texas XM338 CSP Prototype :icontastyjuice:TastyJuice 115 9 XM2022 'Blockade' Prototype Bullpup Rifle by TastyJuice XM2022 'Blockade' Prototype Bullpup Rifle :icontastyjuice:TastyJuice 75 3 M8 'Kenaz' Personal Defense Weapon by TastyJuice M8 'Kenaz' Personal Defense Weapon :icontastyjuice:TastyJuice 60 1 Izmash AK-97 by TastyJuice Izmash AK-97 :icontastyjuice:TastyJuice 29 6 Mk. 9 BACH Kryptek Highlander by TastyJuice Mk. 9 BACH Kryptek Highlander :icontastyjuice:TastyJuice 15 1 Mk. 9 BACH. by TastyJuice Mk. 9 BACH. :icontastyjuice:TastyJuice 9 0 Diemaco DAOW X3 by TastyJuice Diemaco DAOW X3 :icontastyjuice:TastyJuice 80 10

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Juice
Artist | Hobbyist | Digital Art
Netherlands
A love of design is slowly merging with an interest in functionality and internals.

I'm currently studying Safety and Security Management.

My love for designing the items you find in my gallery started with Pimp my Gun, and has slowly evolved into Algodoo, which I can use to fully animate my designs interals and externals. And they're both completely free!

If you want to use my designs, feel free to do so. But please credit me and notify me, I enjoy knowing what it will be used for!
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Sweetwater Precision Weapons 'Shockwave' LMG
Short on inspiration, I asked my friend Wouter if I could use one of his sketches. Shoutout to him and his creativity, here's his DA: shockwave9001.deviantart.com/

I normally enjoy writing large backstories and faux design histories. This time, what you see is really what you get. Please enjoy!
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Shipper Type 98 disassembled
Assembled version here: tastyjuice.deviantart.com/art/…

Animation of the action: gfycat.com/SeveralHealthyAfric…

John Shipper (1897-1970) was an inventor and business man from The Netherlands. During his time as a designer, Shipper invented and produced more than 50 small arms for national and international distribution.

The Type 98 was a trials weapon designed for the Imperial Japanese Army, as a replacement for the Japanese Type 96, and was chambered in the 7.7x58 Arisaka round. The Type 98 is externally very close to the Type 96, but its operation and disassembly were quite different. According to Shipper, the similarities were to make the adoption of the new weapon easier, since the ergonomics were quite similar.

The Type 98, however, used a straight blowback mechanism with a very heavy spring to manage the recoil of the 7.7 round. To aid handling the weapon, the bolt was attached to a Luger-like toggle mechanism to provide extra leverage when cocking the weapon. Due to this, many think the Type 98 is a toggle-locking weapon. Due to the straight-blowback format, the barrel was lowered and placed beneath the gas system, to reduce barrel rise.

The Type 98 project ended in 1938, when Shipper cut off all contact with Nambu and the Japanese Empire when their intentions became increasingly clearer. The Type 98 was scrapped, and Nambu simply sized up the Type 96 from 6.5x50 to 7.7x58.

Drawn in Algodoo and Photoshop.
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Shipper Type 98 'Toggle-locking' Light Machine Gun
Animation of the action: gfycat.com/SeveralHealthyAfric…
Disassembled version: tastyjuice.deviantart.com/art/…

John Shipper (1897-1970) was an inventor and business man from The Netherlands. During his time as a designer, Shipper invented and produced more than 50 small arms for national and international distribution.

The Type 98 was a trials weapon designed for the Imperial Japanese Army, as a replacement for the Japanese Type 96, and was chambered in the 7.7x58 Arisaka round. The Type 98 is externally very close to the Type 96, but its operation and disassembly were quite different. According to Shipper, the similarities were to make the adoption of the new weapon easier, since the ergonomics were quite similar.

The Type 98, however, used a straight blowback mechanism with a very heavy spring to manage the recoil of the 7.7 round. To aid handling the weapon, the bolt was attached to a Luger-like toggle mechanism to provide extra leverage when cocking the weapon. Due to this, many think the Type 98 is a toggle-locking weapon. Due to the straight-blowback format, the barrel was lowered and placed beneath the gas system, to reduce barrel rise.

The Type 98 project ended in 1938, when Shipper cut off all contact with Nambu and the Japanese Empire when their intentions became increasingly clearer. The Type 98 was scrapped, and Nambu simply sized up the Type 96 from 6.5x50 to 7.7x58.

Drawn in Algodoo and Photoshop.
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Shipper Industries ' UltraLite'
The UltraLite is Shippers 12 gauge semi-automatic combat shotgun. It sports a full-length underbarrel tube magazine for a 6+1 ammo capacity. Its carbon-wrapped barrel prevents the entire setup from becoming front-heavy, with the weight being centered just in front of the receiver.

Its adjustable stock slides in to allow for compact storage and carry, but using the stock for shooting is definately recommended.

As opposed to regular combat shotguns, the UltraLite features inner-barrel threading for the use of standard shotgun chokes, allowing the operator to customize the shotgun to their preferences.

Drawn in Algodoo and Photoshop.
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Sidewinder .338 Lightweight Precision Platform
Heavily, very heavily based off of Shockwave's Sidewinder: shockwave9001.deviantart.com/a…

Shockwave's original 'Sidewinder ASR' was a SABOT-firing sniper rifle designed for usage in space. I wanted to keep my design slightly more conventional while still following the ASR's sleek lines.

The .338 LPP features a ultra-lightweight construction, down to its free-floating carbon-wrap barrel. Its stock can be adjusted for LOP and hights. The action itsself is a highly-polished straight-pull action, much like the Blaser R93 sniper rifle. Above the barrel is a ultralight bipod, which pivots very close to the user, making adjustments to the bipod itsself easier.

If you want to compare the lines of Shock's Sidewinder and mine, check out this comparison: i.imgur.com/2wWqmBK.jpg

Drawn in Algodoo and Photoshop.

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It's been a while since I uploaded something. I'm having a bit of a creative block at the moment, so if anyone has any requests or sketches laying around I would gladly take 'em on!

Yours,

Juice.
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:iconandreasilva60:
AndreaSilva60 Featured By Owner May 10, 2017
Thank you so much for watch!
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TastyJuice Featured By Owner May 11, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Not a problem! I love your drawings!
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AndreaSilva60 Featured By Owner May 12, 2017
:)
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DefendCastle8 Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Happy Birthday! www.devia 
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krisiskiller101 Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Happy birthday boiiiiiiiiiiiii
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TastyJuice Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks man! Much appreciated :D
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krisiskiller101 Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:D cool
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DroidOps Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012  Student Artist
So your german?

Mind:DER LADEN!!
[not german derp]

I Love your guns >:3
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TastyJuice Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Dutchie :)

Thank you so much!
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SiloZen Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2012  Hobbyist Filmographer
Do you by any change go on Firearmblog?
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