I have made these rifles as a series and I'm planning on adding it to the Shadler Arms Co. page and I don't know how to shoehorn it in or even add another story for the rifles. All I have for gun lore is the models and pattern name, the M-2420b rifle. Can anyone help me?
The rifles in order:
1. US civilian model
2. Ceremonial model
3. Police model
4. International and Californian legal modelRead more >
Yo i made this but am really stuck on ideas for how to continue it. can anyone help?Read more >
I am Persona.
I like to make guns out of non-existent matter around me in this thing I call the "Metaverse".
Feel free to talk with me and critque my weaponry.Read more >
Yes, as some of you may have noticed, I have returned, after vanishing for another long, unspecified period of time. Again, real-life commitments have occupied me up to the point where turning on the laptop for other purposes other than looking for reseach materials have become quite a chore (refer to this earlier blog post). Thankfully, most of it is over. However, I still have some work related to the research to be done, but (hopefully) not as heavy as it was beforehand.
Again, I apologise for leaving all of you without saying anything. I'll post what I have done for the past 9 months or so that have kept me away from PMG almost entirely.
That being said, I can now pay more attention towards refreshing my memory and my PMG skills again, w…Read more >
We all know about the one guest that keeps commenting on our guns, no matter how old, just to make them look inferior by commenting about similarities to existing firearms. I cannot see why he dies this. If he was trolling, it’s not working. If he’s actually concerned, I think we should see what he can make and give him constructive criticism.Read more >
As stated in the title, I am deeply sorry for being absent from PMGC Wiki for a long time and for not being able to stop by the Wiki as often as I had done in the past. Some may have surmised that, like most others users that were here, I had packed up and left for good, and you would be right for thinking so. However, I can assure you that that is not the case.
As with other users in this Wiki, I am sure that real-life commitments would occupy some of us from time to time, so much so that it somehow prevented us from checking in here, even for just a short time, even though it's just a click away. I, too, am in such a situation.
I am in the middle of (hopefully) completing my final year thesis after I had to restart the whole thing from scr…Read more >
Yet another year has passed. As I begin to write this, I couldn't help but take a step back and look at how far we have come; from the early, humble beginnings, right to where we are now.
When I first stepped in back in October 2014, there was less than half of the number of pages that we have now, but what is lacking in numbers is made up in the quality of the creations. I was amazed at the creations made by past users. Their skills are absolutely astounding. Even though back then it seems that this Wiki is pretty much long forgotten and abandoned, save by a few that loyally remained, I decided to stay and share my creations, in the hopes that it could attract whoever is still around and, hopefully, bring in more talented and crafty PMG g…Read more >
I know this seems like a waste of a blog post, but i would just like to say that you are free to us Kristiansen Arms guns in your special forces.Read more >
Things such as Camo Patterns edited onto a weapon with Paint.Net and such. Are they allowed?
Robbie Expired (talk) 21:32, October 18, 2017 (UTC)
Yes, they are allowed.
Provided that the weapon itself is mostly or entirely made in PMG, camo away with whatever you're skilled with.
UV00 (talk) 07:05, October 19, 2017 (UTC)Read more >