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Let the gunsmithing begin! (7/25/2017-8/3/2017)

RulesEdit

The 1st Perpetual Competition operated as written below:

  • The first phase is the building phase, where the competitors build and enter their weapons by placing them into the current Contending Designs section. The building phase is ten days long.
  • The second phase is the voting phase - no new designs can enter; anyone on the wiki may vote for a winner. It lasts for one week, but may continue longer if the total vote count is less than five.

Voting is done through the comments to prevent vote rigging. For that same reason, only registered users can vote.

  • The third phase, the interphase, consists of the winner choosing the next cycle or electing another PARTICIPANT to choose the next competition theme (i. e. Machine Gun). The interphase is three days long.

The cycle then repeats itself unless someone commences a vote (in an interphase) to end the Perpetual Competition, and the majority votes Yes.

Current CycleEdit

For this round, you are to build race pistols which are modified for accuracy, speed, and reliability mainly for shooting competitions. However, you are only allowed to build your weapon in the 0.7 version of PMG. Apart from that, go crazy on your designs.

Contending Designs Edit

ResultsEdit

TBD

ArchiveEdit

The weapon theme of the 1st cycle is the Handgun. In the 10 days alotted, contributors who wish to participate must build any kind of handgun (derringer, revolver, semi-auto...) , EXCLUDING any type of shortened rifle (stockless rifles, sawed-off rifles and shotguns, grenade/flare launchers). The weapon must be realistic and any innovations that the creator thought of themselves must be thoroughly explained. The only purpose-related requirement is that all contending designs must be lethal weapons, each with AT LEAST ONE variation that is available to the general public per US federal firearm laws. Of course, for voting purposes, only one firearm can be added from each user and one cannot vote for themselves.

Contending DesignsEdit

  1. OA Hercules
  2. VAC Peacekeeper
  3. AP-3B Mk. III
  4. MCP
  5. IAPETOS 9
  6. VM Sparrow
  7. ONI Claw
  8. RA 1910A3
  9. TP-42
  10. SA Verna
  11. CFC HCI-95
  12. Clicker CP9
  13. P2016 Merdeka
  14. ППА-16
  15. PPF Neo-Frame

ResultsEdit

The winner is the NS Arms P2016 Merdeka! Congratulations to UV00 and NS Arms Corporation!

The runner ups are PPF Neo-Frame! Congratulations to Daniel Phoenix and Phoenix Precision Firearms!

Another runner up goes to VM Sparrow from Vector Monsters, congratulations to Kyle Layton!

And for UV00, you may now continue the cycle by choosing the next competition.

For the second cycle of this competition, the theme is Shotgun. The criteria is as follows:

a) Minimum barrel length is 16 inches (406 mm).

b) Comes in 2 versions: civilian-legal version and military/law enforcement version

As with the first cycle, only one platform is to be submitted by participants. Any and all innovations must be thoroughly explained, if included in the weapon design or as part of the external attachment(s). For ease of operations, only one vote can be cast, for one weapon only. Participants cannot vote for their own weapon.

Contending DesignsEdit

  1. Model 2018 TPS
  2. AFA GURS-1240
  3. Accurafire GVS
  4. OA Buffalo
  5. VAC Mjolnir
  6. KIT M71 MCS
  7. TT-10
  8. SA Anvil
  9. ONI Predator
  10. NS Arms Stomper
  11. Phoenix Precision Firearms Militant Automatic Shotgun

ResultsEdit

The winner is 27spartanranger27 with his VAC Mjolnir, which got four votes.

In second place is the eternal runner-up, Daniel Phoenix, with 3 votes on his design, the PPF Militant.

The third cycle of the competition is dedicated to the PDW. The build criteria are quite specific this time, thus, a proper technical description for the weapon is necessary. The criteria are as follows:

A) Minimum barrel length is 6 inches (152 mm).

B) The weapon must have a proper buttstock (bullpup action, folding, collapsible, solid...)

C) Being a PDW, the weapon must chamber a PISTOl, PDW or INTERMEDIATE RIFLE round. Basically, this means it cannot be longer than 60mm in overall length. If you have any questions about what else that entails, ask Phoenix. Custom cartridges are allowed as long as they meet the size/type requirement.

D) The overall length of the gun must not exceed 600mm (23.6 in), unless the weapon has a folding/collapsible stock, in which case the length of the gun must not exceed 600mm WHEN FOLDED.

As with the first and second cycles, only one platform is to be submitted by participants. Any and all innovations must be thoroughly explained, if included in the weapon design or as part of the external attachment(s). For ease of operations, only one vote can be cast, for one weapon only. Participants cannot vote for their own weapon.

Contending DesignsEdit

  1. SA Rapier
  2. DeimTec DPDW
  3. Compact Defense Weapon
  4. VM Quicksilver
  5. OA Ares
  6. Accurafire Manufacturing Co. M54 "Death's Door" PDW
  7. CFC SPDW-15
  8. VAC Spitfire
  9. Phoenix Precision Firearms XM7 carbine
  10. ONI Sting
  11. NS Arms Corporation PDW-16

ResultsEdit

Once again, 27spartanranger27 (or just Rick) and his beautiful design, the VAC Spitfire, takes the win. There are three runner-ups, so it's kind of useless to mention them.

The 4th cycle of this competition involves Machine Guns. The gun must be chambered in either an intermediate cartridge (5.56, 7.92 Kurz, 7.62x39 and others), a full-power cartridge (From .308 and .30-06 all the way up to .338 Lapua) or an anti-materiel cartridge (.50 BMG, 12.7x108). Since it is a machine gun, it must have either a belt or a high-capacity magazine as its feeding method.

Contending DesignsEdit

  1. Accurafire GVMG BF-7
  2. MG64
  3. ONP-63
  4. SA Alterna
  5. Bootleg Rifle
  6. Phoenix Precision Firearms "Axiom" Medium Machine Gun
  7. Clicker FHIAR
  8. NS Arms SSW-16 Fusillade
  9. OA M7 Battle Rifle

ResultsEdit

The Axiom machine gun, submitted by Daniel Phoenix, pulled off the win at four votes. The runner-up - the NS Arms Fusillade by UV00 - got two votes.

The 5th cycle of the competition is centered around anti-tank weapons. The weapon in question must be able to destroy a tank or at least a heavily armored APC made in the late 20th to 21st century, therefore straight up anti-tank rifles will not work. The anti-tank weapon must be man-portable. In layman's terms, guided (like the SRAW) or unguided (like the RPG-29) rocket launchers as well as recoilless rifles (like the M3) are accepted.

Contending DesignsEdit

  1. VAC Godslayer (3 votes)
  2. AFA Firebolt
  3. AFMC God O' War (1 vote)
  4. SA Hugo (2 votes)
  5. Kaizen Lancer
  6. RPG-AMBT' Superiority' (1 vote)

ResultsEdit

The winner for this cycle is the VAC Godslayer, with 3 votes to its name. The runner-up is the SA Hugo with 2 votes. Congratulations to everyone involved.

The 6th cycle of the competition (finally) is dedicated to straight-pull bolt-action sniper rifles. There are no details from Rick, so here: Straight-pull bolt required. There should be no autoloading operation whatsoever. Barrel should not be shorter than 20 inches. Suppressors are welcome. The caliber of the rifle should be 7.62 NATO (or its derivatives) or larger. This means no pistol or intermediate cartridges. Have fun.

Contending DesignsEdit

  1. Kaizen Javelin (second generation)
  2. Accurafire "Foxhound" Sniper Rifle (2 votes)
  3. Oracle VII (1 vote)
  4. SA Athenos
  5. Phoenix Precision Firearms Lambdλ Long-Range Sniper Rifle (1 vote)
  6. LRS-6
  7. OA Timberwolf (2 votes)
  8. NS Arms Moon Hunter (3 votes)
  9. M115 Bullpup Sniper Rifle (1 vote)
  10. AFA SPBR-338

ResultsEdit

The NS Arms Moon Hunter (damn, such range) has won, taking the lead with 3 votes. The "Foxhound"(hopefully not Metal Gear style) Sniper Rifle and Timberwolf are tied for runner-up, with 2 votes each.

The 7th cycle of the competition is dedicated to World War II-style infantry automatic rifles (around 1930s to late 1940s). The details are as follows: All rifles are to be of automatic operation (e.g.: blowback, recoil-operated, gas-operated). Wood-coloured weapon parts are welcome. (e.g.: the stock, grip, handguard). The contending designs are to be chambered in full-power cartridges, though different variations of the gun can be chambered in intermediate and pistol cartridges as long as there is a full power variant. Barrel length can range from around 406 mm (16 in.) to 610 mm (24 in.). Rifles can and are recommended to have selective fire capability (semi-automatic, burst fire, full-automatic). The range of weapons allowed can range from selective fire battle rifles (FG42), to even heavier automatic rifles and light machine guns like the Browning Automatic Rifle, the Bren LMG, M1941 Johnson LMG, and the Degtyaryov Machine Gun. Assault rifles firing intermediate rounds like the StG44 are allowed, but another variant must be full-power,

Any discrepancies that can be cleared and/or improvements to the requirements are most welcome.

Contending Designs Edit

  1. Kaizen Enigma ERCV
  2. SA Timon
  3. Viktor's Automatic Rifle
  4. Fallschirmjagergewehr 43 (2+2 votes)
  5. M1930 (M44) (1 vote)
  6. AS-41
  7. Billings Armory M1937 (2+5 votes)
  8. Rangetreader (1 vote)
  9. wz. 1930 (1 vote)
  10. Dion M1928
  11. Faransa Automatic Rifle
  12. Dryagin (1 vote)
  13. Blackburn M1936 (1 vote)
  14. MG-45

Results Edit

The Billings Armory M1937 by Daniel Phoenix won this round in a tiebreaker with 2+5 votes, with TheMCGamer's FG43 as the runner-up with 2+2 votes.

The 8th cycle of the Perpetual Competition will be centered around counter-terrorist rifles. These are not rifles for your average lad, so they don't need to be as dirt-resistant, but at the same time must be among the most accuracte of all assault rifles while remaining relatively compact. To this end, the rifle must not be over 30" in length at its shortest. At the same time, due to the fast-paced nature of counter-terrorist missions and therefore the need for quick reloads and support for large magazines, bullpup rifles are BANNED from this competition (Take that, UV00). Make of these two requirements what you will. At the same time, the rifle must be chambered in an intermediate-power (like the 5.56 NATO) or a full-power short-action (7.62x51 NATO) cartridge, be capable of fully-automatic fire, have at least two rail surfaces (top and bottom) and a barrel length from 10 to 16 inches. Good luck.

Contending Designs Edit

  1. Kaizen Renegade
  2. SA CTec
  3. Clicker CT212 (1 vote)
  4. MRP-1SF (1 vote)
  5. RC-523 (1 vote)
  6. AFA N-63A1 (1 vote)
  7. Jester (1 vote)
  8. CWS-CT05
  9. Hyperion 0 (1 vote)
  10. Ramses (1 vote)
  11. Podbyrin AMCAR (Goddamn; 5 votes)

ResultsEdit

The Podbyrin AMCAR won. The end.


The 9th Cycle of the Perpetual Competition will see the competitors make an armory of two or more custom, personalized weapons. Those may be slight modifications of your previous weapons (But they have to be seriously different - no putting something on a rail and calling it a day), or they can be something completely new. Since those are custom-built weapons, ridiculousness is encouraged. The weapons can be of any category you can think of as long as they are mechanically possible and handheld. Do not let legal restrictions be an obstacle. Blades are allowed, but will not count towards the 2 or more weapons counter. You have three weeks to do this. WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR!? JUST! DO IT! P.S. NO FUTURE

Contending Designs Edit

  1. Kirt`s Futuristic Arsenal
  2. C-14 Custom, C-18 Custom
  3. Kaizen Hawk (ALRR), Kaizen Marauder (Firefighter's Edition) (1 vote)
  4. Accurafire "Sunfreezer" SMG, Accurafire "Dragonfighter" LMG
  5. MPR-H, Custom SBCR-556, Custom AP-40, HPR-408
  6. Maksimov's Auto-13, A personalized PHS 792M
  7. RPG-AA 'Fire and Forget; Anti-Air Personal Annihilator', CSR 50, CHCSR 50
  8. SA DX Series (Bullpup and Pistol)
  9. Steiner X08 + TAI MOD 0 (3 votes)
  10. NS Arms Security Arms Kit (2 votes)

ResultsEdit

The winner with is Carbon98 and his Steiner X08 and TAI MOD 0. Second goes to NS Arms Security Arms Kit. Kaizen's Hawk and Marauder came in third.


This 10th phase will be REMAKE TIME. Basically, choose a gun that someone else on this wiki made, and remake it in your style. Bonus points for making it in the version opposite of the original.

Voting will be done by judging which design keeps the feel of the original, while making sure it's not a carbon copy.

Contending Designs Edit

  1. Clicker Sniper Rifle (REMAKE) (Ethan [1 vote])
  2. RAC PAP-9 (REMAKE) (Tom [4 votes])
  3. M1918 SCR M3 (Remake) (ScorpionAI [1 vote])
  4. Kaizen R1 (Remake) (Gaschamber)
  5. Kaizen LF (Remake) (InfinityX6)
  6. Delta Arms/NS Arms DSR Mk. 1 (UV00 [3 votes])
  7. Kaizen-UAT TCS-12 SAC (TCS-12 remake) (66mazda)

ResultsEdit

By a narrow margin, the victor is Tom with his PAP-9 remake! DSR Mk.1 of UV00 at a close second, with Ethan's Clicker Sniper Rifle and Scorpion's M1918 SCR M3 tied at third.


The 11th phase will be an Anti-materiel rifle competition. This time, go all out. I don't care how impractical it may be, go screw around. Just make sure it does shoot an Anti-materiel cartridge.

Contending Designs Edit

  1. Kaizen Striker AM50C (1 vote)
  2. HAMR-136
  3. SAR-2 Adnan (1 vote)
  4. VM Fallingstar (3 votes)
  5. KSV-14 (1 vote)
  6. SA Magnus
  7. FAC PSK XX (1 vote)
  8. ONI Lancer (1 vote)
  9. Azovka KSVS-50 Tsar Kobra

ResultsEdit

The VM Fallingstar emerged victorious with 3 votes, followed by the AM50C, SAR-2 Adnan, KSV-14, PSK XX, and the Lancer, each with 1 vote.

Basic requirements: A semi-automatic/double action grenade launcher that has a capacity of at least 6 grenades. Can use a revolver style chamber, detachable box magazines, or an internal tube magazine. It must be light enough to be carried and used by ONE person. No caliber regulations. 

Contending Designs Edit

ResultsEdit

The M36 led in overall votes with 3, followed by the XM-17 Needler in second with 2 votes, and the GL6, C22, and PPF Metal in third with 1 vote each.

This cycle's topic is home-defense weapon. The weapon must be able to engage and disable (temporarily or permanently) 3 or more intruders, and must have assistance to be used by a novice firearm user. The weapon can be any type of firearm or a homemade defense weapon and has no caliber limitation.

Good luck.

Contending Designs Edit

Results Edit

Following a tiebreaker, the A12 wins, edging the FAC Defender.

This time around, the theme would be focused on shotguns from the World War II era. The weapon obviously must be chambered in a shotgun cartridge (combination guns are allowed, provided that it is primarily used as a shotgun). Length of barrel must be at least 305mm (12 inches).

Good luck and godspeed.

Contending Designs Edit

Results Edit

The Billings-Springfield M1 has won with 2 votes, followed by a majority of the entries with one vote each.

As with the 1st cycle, the theme is "handguns". However, this time, you have to make them so big that Mr. Torgue himself would sheds tears of joy! Weapons in this competition must shoot a cartridge with the same energy as the .50 AE or more. They must also have some kind of feeding mechanism (cylinder, stripper clip, magazine). You have 10 days to build the manliest handguns you can imagine!

Contending Designs Edit

ResultsEdit

The OS KingSlayer Magnum has won, accumulating 4 votes. The runner-up is the PPF MOAR with 3 votes.

This time around, you are tasked with designing a World War II-era crew served machine gun platform. As such, the weapons system must be operated by at least a two-man crew.


Contending Designs Edit

ResultsEdit

The MG 40 emerged victorious with a total of 4 votes, followed by Type 1 with 2.

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