The Smith & Wesson WASP was introduced in 2019, based on the tried and tested M1911, upgraded to a .50AE and modified with reworked internals, a compensator, and other additions. It inherited it's predecessor's reliability, and gained a boost to stopping power and accuracy, and the stealthy inclusion of a suppressor kept the sound level to the .45ACP rating. Unfortunately it was soon swept aside by improved designs of other Smith & Wesson Pistols and the early versions of MEG and Plasma Pistols and improved Laser Pistols. Nevertheless, the Smith & Wesson WASP became the personal-carry sidearm of Grace Sunderland, and served her well during the turmoil of 2020. The model shown is Grace's own customised WASP.
Completely Finished Now. Really.
Now I admit, this started by tracing an M1911 pistol, but I've made a lot of modifications of my own, so I'd say over 50% of this is original, from-imagination freehand. (Well, as freehand as you can get with a pen and line tool on a Graphics Tablet.)