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A Cossack’s miquelet pistol, 19th century.
With just a quick turn to the right, “The Key of the Mountain" by Florent Bodart has been unlocked as one of this week’s newest tees! We asked Florent which tool he’d choose to use if he could only work with one for the rest of his life:
“My graphic tablet. It really changed the way I create graphic design, and I take it with me wherever I go. I don’t know how I did without before!”
Might No. 9 Gameplay Update
GIF’s from the recent game play video update for the upcoming Mighty No. 9. The game play, while still a work in progress seems ot capture the mega man spirit quite well, with the added pizzazz of a more contemporary title. The soundtrack which seems to be going for the fast paced arcade music of previous mega man titles, is sounding great, and matches the game play and visuals quite well.
Don’t take my word for it though, make sure to check out the video here.
A cut down Springfield Trapdoor pistol, most likely modified by Native Americans, late 19th century.
The M1875 Springfield Officers Trapdoor,
First produced in 1875, the Springfield Officers Trapdoor rifle was a special variant of the venerable .45-70 Springfield Trapdoor breechloading rifle used by the US Army from 1871 to the 1890’s. However this was not a standard issue military rifle but a specially made sporting rifle made by Springfield Armory and only offered for sale to high ranking US Army officers. Special features include a checkered stock and foregrip, engraved lock, a special semi-pistol grip, and fine target sights. Made from 1875 to 1885, only 500 were ever produced. Today a Springfield Officers Trapdoor can easily sell for over $10,000 at auction.