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Heavy D-CS-BR by Epicsunrise Heavy D-CS-BR by Epicsunrise
The Heavy D-CS-BR is a specially built Desert Battle Rifle fitted with an experimental underslung chain saw Made by specter for the military to help control the massing zombie population.Using experimental battery and motor technology the tungsten carbide blades can chew through a human neck and vertebrae in 3 seconds.As well as being a very capable and powerful Battle rifle chambered in 7.62 with single,burst and full auto fire.The Rifle also features a slotted frame to minimize the potential for sand to jam the rifle.

Built using a modified version of Zacharyp99's chain saw M-4 [link]
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Lugnut1995 Jul 1, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Ya'know, a chainsaw bayonet could actually work in the real world. If used as a breaching aid or something, could cut straight through wooden door, or wire.
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Epicsunrise Jul 1, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Indeed it could,not clothing or skin and bone though,that shit would jam pretty quickly.
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Phoenix2683 Jun 12, 2012  Student General Artist
When I try it. I would grip my left hand around the magazine then pull the lever with my pinkie or ring finger.
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AtholTheDestroyer Mar 10, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Chainswa bayonet...because why the eff not!
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Epicsunrise Mar 10, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Hell yeah!
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:icontimark1995:
Can you give my pasta data for the chainsaw If got a terrible awesome idea.
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:iconzomb1e-m4n:
lol, pasta data
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:icontimark1995:
Your but it to big for a message so I need your Email adres
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Epicsunrise Feb 16, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I'll send it to you in a note.
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