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Smith and Wesson WASP - GS by Retal19 Smith and Wesson WASP - GS by Retal19
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.)
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96blackarrow Feb 13, 2012   Digital Artist
That awesome,I like
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stopsigndrawer81 Aug 3, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
This is a good example of a more plausable ficticious firearm presupposing a slightly advanced technicological value than what we have now- as a conventional 1911 layout would not be strong enough for the .50 AE round as used by the Desert Eagle. If it ever shows up in Smith and Wesson's catalog, I'll have to consiter it.
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Retal19 Aug 3, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks. I usually try to keep the firearms I make as plausible as possible, and I'm glad to see I pulled this off.
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stopsigndrawer81 Aug 3, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I know a beefed up 1911 was made in .50-GI caliber but mot sure exactly how it compares to the 50 AE
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Retal19 Aug 3, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Don't worry about this exploding in your hand. Improved alloys. ;3 Updating this with a cleaner version.
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