This Antique Flintlock Pistol/handgun model is completely production friendly.
NO N-GONS (faces with more than 5 sides)
NO OVERLAPPING UV"s
RIGGING & ANIMATION FRIENDLY MESH FLOW
NO BOOLEAN OR CLASHING MESH (to avoid lighting issues)
UV"s UNWRAPPED AND LAYOUT DONE
USE SMOOTH/TURBOSMOOTH MODIFIER TO GET THE OUTPUT LIKE IN THE IMAGES.
The textures included are properly assigned.
Each *.rar* file contains Mesh file, Texture map, Normal Map and Specular map. Each map is of 4K (4096 x 4096) resolution. [Additional 2K maps are also provided. Replace 4K maps with the 2K maps in the directory and re-open the file, no need to reassign]
An antique firearm is a term used to describe a firearm that was designed and manufactured prior to the beginning of the 20th century. Flintlock is a general term for any firearm that uses a flint striking ignition mechanism. The true flintlock continued to be in common use for over two centuries, replaced by percussion cap and, later, the cartridge-based systems in the early-to-mid 19th century.
Flintlock pistols were used as self-defense weapons and as military arms and came in a variety of sizes and styles which often overlap. Their effective range was short, and they were frequently used as an adjunct to a sword or cutlass. Flash powder-fired flintlock pistols like the Ketland brass barrel smooth bore pistol were common in colonial America. During the Revolutionary War, British soldiers carried the New Model 1760 flintlock pistol, a design that was quickly copied by American arms makers. The Model 1775 .62 caliber single-shot flintlock pistol is considered by some to be the first U.S. Army-issued handgun. Flintlock pistols enjoy continuing popularity with both collectors and black-powder shooting enthusiasts. Military flintlock muskets tended to weigh approximately ten pounds, as heavier weapons were found to be too cumbersome, and lighter weapons were not rugged or heavy enough to be used in hand-to-hand combat.
Our 3D artist has created 3D model of an Antique Flintlock Pistol originally modeled in 3D Studio(.3ds) and .max file formats with high resolution and accurate dimensions which is maximally close to the original.
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