One of the best gun animations I've ever seen.

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    One of the best gun animations I've ever seen.

    Once it loads play around with the settings in the lower left. Who ever did this had some talent for sure.

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    You can even click on the Parts tab and move your cursor over the parts to highlight those parts.

    COOL!

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    That is awesome! I've seen it before or something similar anyway. I've seen one for the AR-15 and AK-47 but can't seem to find it.

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    That's a very well done animation. Thanks for posting it!
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    wow !
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    Well that figures I get a page load error

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    There's one of a 1911 total break down somewhere that's fantastic. (no hands in the way) I'll see if I can find it.
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    Very cool.... thanks....

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    Fantastic
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    Wow, that was cool. I'll have to show my Wife, she is getting more interested in how a pistol works now that she is going for her CHL.

    And since my S&W Sigma looks, um, very similar to a Glock she'll be able to watch this and look at my handgun and see what all goes on before and after the bang.
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    Oops...had it the first time.
    Last edited by Fast Cloud; December 12th, 2008 at 11:43 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Cloud View Post
    Holy cow there are a lot of parts in that thing. No wonder they are such fickle, yet wonderful guns.
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    Those are great! Thanks for posting them.
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    1911 Vid Boo Boo - Shows the thumb safety being installed with the hammer in the forward position. Ain't going to happen.

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    With all due respect, it's not so great... Anyone tell me what's missing?
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