Yeah, if the target is right in front of you, not moving, not in cover, and you're somehow completely calm. You'd be surprised at how difficult it can be, shooting accurately from a standing position.
However, in the event that you're a normal human being (or pony), you're going to need something that can be fired again immediately after a single discharge, in the event that you miss. If good aim was all you needed, we'd never have created automatic weapons in the first place, nor adopted rounds like the 5.56mm NATO.
I completely agree with you. But in my personal opinion I like bolt action a bit more, especially for shooting practices and hunting (or even games) XD
Though for preventing home invasion I'd use a second firearm as backup... I had a case here with a thief and I used my k98 old mauser; I did two shots and I didn't have to use my backup. Unfortunately I admit that you really have to know your weapon, have a lot of practice with it and be calm to shot accurately.
Automatic weapons are fobidden in my country, so I haven't had any practice with them besides video games. All my life I have used old school weapons, so my point of view may be biased.
Well yes, automatic firearms are generally universally illegal for civilian usage in modern countries. Automatic is just REALLY awesome, fun, and effective in close quarters (for me anyway).
However, in terms of practicality, I'd much rather sleep with a Sig P228 or M1911 under my pillow than something like a Mosin Nagant. It would be faster to draw, faster to aim, and would handle better indoors or in cramped areas. Plus I'm a massive fan of the M1911
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I like the design for the mechanics of the shotgun. That would make more sense for a pony version weapon that was originally meant for creatures with fingers (eherm-- human). Is there a more detailed artwork? Maybe a reference on how pony weapons can be loaded, cocked, and fired? Thanks
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this is amazing! keep up teh great work! make a whole team. Apple jack is teh sniper/recon, Pinkiepie is teh commando, Twilight is the sargeant with an assult rifle (nothing too fancy of course), rarity is the heavy gunner (remember Tom? that is one strong pony), and fluttershy? well, she can be the faceless, nameless specialist. SPike can be a target dummy.
Hope you don't mind me throwing some nitpicks at you. If she is working the action, the bolt of the rifle should be open rather than closed, the thin rod under the barrel doesn't make a lot of sense to me. If it's supposed to be a gas tube it would be a semi-auto not lever action rifle, if it was a barrel tensioner it would be on top, if it were a tube magazine like a Winchester it would be at least as thick as your shell. Other than these minor things, you put an obvious amount of thought into the stock, trigger, and lever design of the rifle. I salute your ponified firearm!
I'd guess she'd have to be stationary or something. Unicorns would probably be the juggernauts in ranged combat. As for pegasi, they probably can hold it with their wings (since it's been shown that wings can act like hands), however it may be a bit awkward and difficult to aim.