Deviant Login Shop  Join deviantART for FREE Take the Tour
×



Details

Submitted on
August 10, 2012
Image Size
108 KB
Resolution
1517×420
Link
Thumb
Embed

Stats

Views
3,923 (5 today)
Favourites
98 (who?)
Comments
43
Downloads
397
×
RPG-7 by GeneralTate RPG-7 by GeneralTate
Name: RPG-7

Type: Rocket-Propelled Grenade Launcher

Place of origin: Soviet Union

Service history:
In service 1961–present

Production history:

Manufacturer: Bazalt, Defense Industries Organization

Produced: June, 1961-present

Number built: 9,000,000+

Variants:
RPG-7V2 (current model)
RPG-7D3 (paratrooper)
Type 69 RPG (China)
RPG-7USA (Picatinny Rails)
B-41 (Vietnam), (Cambodia)

Specifications:

Weight: 7 kg (15 lb)
Length: 950 mm (37.4 in)
Caliber: 85mm
Muzzle velocity 115 m/s
Effective range 200m
Maximum range: ~ 920 m (1,000 yd) (self detonates)
Sights: PGO-7 (2.7x) and UP-7V Telescopic sight)
Red Dot on Picatinny Rails

Also found On Flicker, made by KryptoSphynx. All I did was the wood work, lengthened the warhead and added the hammer and sickle. Pastie is here: www.flickr.com/photos/52362909…


Add a Comment:
 
:icondoug7070:
doug7070 Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
If this was taken from a Flickr user, you need to get their permission to modify and reupload it (unless they specifically uploaded it under a share and share alike copyright statement, which they did not) and also credit them by name.
Reply
:icongeneraltate:
GeneralTate Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Well the only rules I am aware of that are BIG in the pmg community is to show credit as to where you got it. If it was not to be used by others they wouldn't upload pasties to begin with lol
Reply
:icondoug7070:
doug7070 Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The only universal rules involved are those of copyright and allowances thereof. Unless an artist either gives explicit permission, or publishes their work under a copyright statement that allows public use (Creative Commons is one such copyright type) they are entitled to exclusive ownership of their work without the allowance for use by others.
This situation is slightly complicated by the fact that Pimp My Gun is a third party asset source, however the basic tenants still apply.

TL;DR version:
Don't use another person's assets (PMG codes) unless they either give explicit permission on the source page, or you ask for permission and receive it from them via comment/message/etc.
Reply
:icongeneraltate:
GeneralTate Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
He posted the pastie, I would consider that as use my work. It was originally produced by KryptoSphynx on flickr. Considering I modified it that would make it mine. If I had not on the other hand I would have to ask permission from the artist to re upload his "stock" image. From what I read on US copyright laws if you modify or alter a stock photo it becomes yours, the only thing you have to do is give credit for the stock photo or image. Which I forgot to do, that can be fixed !  
Reply
:icondoug7070:
doug7070 Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Availability does not equal permission, and modifying the work of others does not grant you ownership/copyright under normal circumstances.
The only way you can claim ownership (copyright) over a work created in part with the assets of others is if they SPECIFICALLY grant permission and copyright authorization, such as in the case of those who provide stock assets to photoshop artists, either at a price or free of charge.
If an artist in the Pimp My Gun community posts a weapon or weapon part code under the statement that others are permitted to use it, you may then use it on your own creations, provided you credit the original artist for their work.

In short, you cannot claim ownership over something, even if you modify it, unless it is originally distributed under the proper copyright statement. The default copyright statement attached to Flickr uploads is All Rights Reserved, which does not allow for unauthorized derivative works.
Reply
:iconflenaiawings:
FlenaiaWings Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2014
IT'S BEAUTIFUL! 
Reply
:icongblade25:
GBlade25 Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2013
mmm rpg!!!!
Reply
:icongeneraltate:
GeneralTate Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah :p
Reply
:icongblade25:
GBlade25 Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2013
you dont need grenades and claymors and stuff...you need RPG-7!!!1 :toocool:
Reply
:icongeneraltate:
GeneralTate Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Claymores and grenades kick ass too the RPG is good but not that good.
Reply
Add a Comment: