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JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Will » Sun Aug 21, 2011 2:55 pm

Here's one I slammed together in about an hour. It is influenced by a rifle from the Deux Ex video game, but may be unrecognizable to most of you.

It has a traingular barrel shroud, and it is grippable everywhere. Bipods love it.
And, yes, you see a drum mag and a U-mag attached to some of them. Neat, huh?

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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Tac » Tue Aug 23, 2011 11:59 am

I had a thought, but I'm not sure if it's possible.

A lot of people (Myself included) think it looks a lot better without the barrel. Obviously without it people will complain and it won't be a long rifle. I was wondering if it was possible to have a removeable one? Similar to flex tubing, the barrel would fit into a smaller barrel, similar to the HAC one. You did something similar with the miniguns, and I was wondering if it would be possible on a different, smaller scale.
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Mrlegostuff » Tue Aug 23, 2011 12:35 pm

Tac wrote:I had a thought, but I'm not sure if it's possible.

A lot of people (Myself included) think it looks a lot better without the barrel. Obviously without it people will complain and it won't be a long rifle. I was wondering if it was possible to have a removeable one? Similar to flex tubing, the barrel would fit into a smaller barrel, similar to the HAC one. You did something similar with the miniguns, and I was wondering if it would be possible on a different, smaller scale.



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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Arctic`Fox » Tue Aug 23, 2011 12:59 pm

Tac wrote:I had a thought, but I'm not sure if it's possible.

A lot of people (Myself included) think it looks a lot better without the barrel. Obviously without it people will complain and it won't be a long rifle. I was wondering if it was possible to have a removeable one? Similar to flex tubing, the barrel would fit into a smaller barrel, similar to the HAC one. You did something similar with the miniguns, and I was wondering if it would be possible on a different, smaller scale.

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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Colby&Max » Tue Aug 23, 2011 3:05 pm

I personally think the barrel looks great! You can just cut off the barrel if you don't like it!
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Catsy » Tue Aug 23, 2011 5:54 pm

Colby&Max wrote:I personally think the barrel looks great! You can just cut off the barrel if you don't like it!


While I recognize that not everyone can or will mod their BA, this is pretty much my thought on the matter. I think it could benefit from barrel vents the way the TD-9 did (but more resembling the oblong ones on the M41A), and possibly its own attachment/mag instead of the one from the ACS, but I love it on its own merits. My platoon of Jovian Marines has already equipped two DMs with these. :D

And as many people have pointed out, chop the barrel and it practically becomes a FAMAS. ;)
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby maarekstorm » Tue Aug 23, 2011 6:45 pm

I love that the barrel is triangular which unless you see it upclose can tell it's not round. I actually like that little detail it gives it more of a sci-fi feel.

I Agree chopping or cutting off the barrel does almost make it resemble a FAMAS.
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby bricksofwar » Wed Aug 24, 2011 5:13 am

My FAVORITE proto yet!! Mainly because the barrel can DOUBLE as a Cricket Back, don't you think?
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Captainbane » Wed Aug 24, 2011 10:50 am

Tac wrote:I had a thought, but I'm not sure if it's possible.

A lot of people (Myself included) think it looks a lot better without the barrel. Obviously without it people will complain and it won't be a long rifle. I was wondering if it was possible to have a removeable one? Similar to flex tubing, the barrel would fit into a smaller barrel, similar to the HAC one. You did something similar with the miniguns, and I was wondering if it would be possible on a different, smaller scale.



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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Jackhammer » Wed Aug 24, 2011 2:03 pm

The gun looks superd indeed!....even though i do agree with Tac...it would be quite awesome if u could remove and put back the barrel shroud :)
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby LavaTalon73 » Sat Aug 27, 2011 5:15 am

Tac wrote:I had a thought, but I'm not sure if it's possible.

A lot of people (Myself included) think it looks a lot better without the barrel. Obviously without it people will complain and it won't be a long rifle. I was wondering if it was possible to have a removeable one? Similar to flex tubing, the barrel would fit into a smaller barrel, similar to the HAC one. You did something similar with the miniguns, and I was wondering if it would be possible on a different, smaller scale.


Brilliantly stated, Tac! I completely support that, and it would allow for even more options in modding!
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby MSurber90 » Sun Aug 28, 2011 3:11 pm

Seems like the perfect basis for my project as a standard infantry rifle. Could even be modded as a FAMAS with ease.
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby jackquimby » Mon Aug 29, 2011 6:42 pm

I for one think it looks freakin awesome with the barrel and am hoping you have some of them left over for Brickcon!
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Snipeyou07 » Mon Aug 29, 2011 7:04 pm

To me it looks like a FAMAS with an extremely weird silencer. But either way it looks good.
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby lonewanderer » Tue Aug 30, 2011 3:11 pm

Zack-SilentSniper wrote:Now, let's see, one JFLR + one X-acto = instant FAMAS?

OH MY GOD I poasted that same thing on the old forms.
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby SureShot_KerShot_ » Tue Aug 30, 2011 5:25 pm

This is cool, I don't know why, but it is. KUTGW!

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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby LavaTalon73 » Wed Aug 31, 2011 2:55 pm

lonewanderer wrote:
Zack-SilentSniper wrote:Now, let's see, one JFLR + one X-acto = instant FAMAS?

OH MY GOD I poasted that same thing on the old forms.


Maybe... he is you! I'm just joking. But seriously, this is awesome!
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Catsy » Wed Aug 31, 2011 3:06 pm

Will wrote:Here's one I slammed together in about an hour. It is influenced by a rifle from the Deux Ex video game, but may be unrecognizable to most of you.


So, having now put in close to 20 hours on Human Revolution (DX3) since the weekend, I'm going to venture out on a ledge: M404 Heavy Rifle? Though the carry rail looks like it might be from the Combat Rifle, especially with the nubs for the front and rear iron sights.
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Outlaw3 » Wed Aug 31, 2011 3:15 pm

Catsy wrote:
Will wrote:Here's one I slammed together in about an hour. It is influenced by a rifle from the Deux Ex video game, but may be unrecognizable to most of you.


So, having now put in close to 20 hours on Human Revolution (DX3) since the weekend, I'm going to venture out on a ledge: M404 Heavy Rifle? Though the carry rail looks like it might be from the Combat Rifle, especially with the nubs for the front and rear iron sights.


Have you stuck a silencer on the combat rifle yet? It looks like a dead ringer for it although in first person view the silencer looks a lot bigger than in the inventory view.
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Syruss » Fri Sep 02, 2011 5:37 am

I really like the way the body of this one looks. Still not a huge fan of the barrel shroud, but it's mod-able, so that's not detrimental or anything. I don't know anything about how you guys do what you do, but is it feasible to make two versions? One with, one without? Just a thought.
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby The Brick Guy » Tue Sep 06, 2011 1:38 pm

While I love the ammo slot, modding possibilities, and grippable bottom, I think it looks too simple. If Will could improve on that, it would make the weapon pretty amazing!

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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby DarthNick » Thu Sep 22, 2011 7:00 pm

Tac wrote:A lot of people (Myself included) think it looks a lot better without the barrel. Obviously without it people will complain and it won't be a long rifle. I was wondering if it was possible to have a removeable one? Similar to flex tubing, the barrel would fit into a smaller barrel, similar to the HAC one. You did something similar with the miniguns, and I was wondering if it would be possible on a different, smaller scale.


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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby laxdude1995 » Mon Oct 03, 2011 10:49 am

I'm in love with this one, mainly because of its 'modability' and versatility; with a few cuts and a bit of Krazy glue it can become a FAMAS!
My one complaint is the weak connection between the gun and the barrel/suppressor; I recently received one from a good friend and found the suppressor broken off despite the heavy packaging. Any plans on fixing this?
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Apetɐ » Mon Oct 03, 2011 1:34 pm

Tac wrote:I had a thought, but I'm not sure if it's possible.

A lot of people (Myself included) think it looks a lot better without the barrel. Obviously without it people will complain and it won't be a long rifle. I was wondering if it was possible to have a removeable one? Similar to flex tubing, the barrel would fit into a smaller barrel, similar to the HAC one. You did something similar with the miniguns, and I was wondering if it would be possible on a different, smaller scale.


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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby raygun823 » Mon Oct 03, 2011 2:47 pm

As said before, Apete, a majority of people do not like to mod their weapons so that idea, praise Tac, is taking advantage of Wills neat little Minigun Trick as i will from now on call it. We need more buildable guns!
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby GLaDOS » Wed Oct 19, 2011 5:09 pm

wow! this is really awesome! this proto is amazing! nice job!
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby George » Thu Oct 20, 2011 4:44 pm

This proto is quite nice, I only have two problems with it. the main one: the front barrel is too plain. I would suggest adding a line of small holes, or a grill pattern. I think it would spice it up, and make the barrel look like it belonged instead of just being stuck on. My other issue is a personal one. The JFLR I picked up at brickcon had a bent barrel. which is to say, the place where the barrel connected to the receiver was andgling about 15 degrees to the left. do you have any idea why this would happen?
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby jebberb » Sat Nov 12, 2011 4:13 pm

The Barrel definetely needs some vents, oblong maybe. The barrel should be shortened just a weeeeeeeee bit. Other wise, sci-fi epicness!
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Awesomeness247/365 » Wed Dec 07, 2011 2:19 pm

Can someone please post a pic of the ASC drum mag on this BAP? I really want to see what it looks like, thanks! P.S. AWESOME piece of work, Will!
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby mike3579 » Thu Dec 08, 2011 2:58 pm

I'm going to have to go against the grain here, and say that the barrel doesn't need anything else. I actually like the contrast between the sleek barrel, and the highly detailed body.
There is so much to love here, like the iron sights on top of the excellent carrying handle, and the extra little grip just before the barrel. It all looks perfect, and I'm hoping this will see production, so I can get my hands on a few of them. &^D
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Colby&Max » Fri Dec 09, 2011 2:11 pm

mike3579 wrote:I'm going to have to go against the grain here, and say that the barrel doesn't need anything else. I actually like the contrast between the sleek barrel, and the highly detailed body.
There is so much to love here, like the iron sights on top of the excellent carrying handle, and the extra little grip just before the barrel. It all looks perfect, and I'm hoping this will see production, so I can get my hands on a few of them. &^D

Athough I like it how it is, I wouldn't mind seeing other variants as supplements, such as acog, carbine, heavy support (which could have a different barrel, with vents, that is slightly thicker), etc. Not to say there would need to be many, if any variants (no pun intended), but they would be nice.
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Tac » Fri Dec 09, 2011 2:26 pm

After finally getting one of these babies, I take back my barrel comment. Although I do thnk it can do with a tiny bit more detailing, I feel it adds a lot and adds great posing concepts. I would like to echo the variant comments above. A scope especially, alongside some sort of integrated mag or grenade launcher would look amazing, and add some variation/character to my identical grunts. ;)
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby mtnbiker1998 » Mon Dec 12, 2011 2:53 pm

huh, A lot of people are saying it looks like a FAMAS, but with a few mods, it could be a nice FMG9! I feel smart that I'm the only one to say this. :) but I agree with everyone else.. Tyhe barrel is extremely odd, I would probably cut it off if i ever get one.
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Awesomeness247/365 » Sat Dec 17, 2011 2:20 pm

mtnbiker1998 wrote:huh, A lot of people are saying it looks like a FAMAS, but with a few mods, it could be a nice FMG9! I feel smart that I'm the only one to say this. :) but I agree with everyone else.. Tyhe barrel is extremely odd, I would probably cut it off if i ever get one.
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Iceman » Wed Jan 04, 2012 6:42 pm

It's a good gun. I would suggest making the top of it (receiver I think) a little bit different so that way you can fit a MG42 drum inside of the top part. Over all, it's really nice gun. I really like how you can put U-mags, drums, monopods, and U-clips on the bottom of it.
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby legomanTK421 » Sun Jan 15, 2012 6:59 pm

Catsy wrote:
Will wrote:Here's one I slammed together in about an hour. It is influenced by a rifle from the Deux Ex video game, but may be unrecognizable to most of you.


So, having now put in close to 20 hours on Human Revolution (DX3) since the weekend, I'm going to venture out on a ledge: M404 Heavy Rifle? Though the carry rail looks like it might be from the Combat Rifle, especially with the nubs for the front and rear iron sights.


Love this game first of all! And yeah, it might be the Combat Rifle with a Silencer, or a heavy rifle, but doesn't have the right carry handle, like you said, looks amazing though!
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby BakerBoy » Mon Jan 16, 2012 10:54 pm

Awesome gun. After playing way too much Deus Ex: HR this is so awesome. The detailing is perfect although i would probably make the Silencer shorter to reflect the the image depicted in the inventory bar. The barrel is long but must reflect the ratio to the remainder of the gun. Image
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby legomanTK421 » Fri Jan 20, 2012 10:45 pm

That is amazing, the likeness is just unreal! I can't believe how nice it is, the whole thing is just perfect, i am trying to get a vignette done for DX3 and this will just be perfect for it!
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby hobby98 » Sat Feb 25, 2012 10:23 am

I like it. Its a bit of a futuristic SMG with a unique barrel extension.
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby bushninja » Sun Apr 08, 2012 1:15 pm

If I manage to get my hands on one of these, I'm modding a scope onto the top- it looks too much like a sniper rifle to not try that. But I really love the concept, same as with the JFSR. And it looks a mite like a FAMAS, too- that's just icing on the cake for modders.
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Olchiefoneye » Sat May 05, 2012 8:07 pm

Love this gun..i have a couple..having a hard time find more of them. But great work..i can't wait for production of this one :D
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Question bout JFLR

Postby Olchiefoneye » Mon May 07, 2012 4:23 am

Just curious if we are gonna be seeing anymore of this gun..I love it and can't seem to find to many of them. :D
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Pvt. Hazzard » Tue May 08, 2012 6:21 pm

i hope this reaches production. it's just such a different look, and it fits into so many different genres... sci-fi, modern, and steampunk, to name just a few.
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Limey » Sun Jun 10, 2012 3:27 am

Catsy wrote:possibly its own attachment/mag instead of the one from the ACS


As the picture from BakerBoy demonstrates the magazine is inserted inside the weapon itself and therefore can't be seen from the outside, I personally think that as removing a barrel is mod even I couldn't mess up a removable barrel isn't necessary although if this were to hit production I'd prefer the silencer/barrel shroud to be shorter, more like the one in BakerBoy's picture (kudos by the way)
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Overlord 77 » Mon Nov 26, 2012 5:35 pm

After seeing this, I might actually start to enjoy geometry class! XD (Kidding, I like geometry.)
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Pvt. Hazzard » Wed Jul 03, 2013 7:48 pm

I'm very sad that this hasnt reached production yet- this is by far one of my favorite sci-fi weapons, and the brick arms version is instantly recognizable and is accurate to the real weapon. major props for adding the scilencer as well, it looks amazing.
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Re: JFLR - Joint Forces Long Rifle

Postby Mike1911 » Thu Jul 04, 2013 8:40 am

Overlord 77 wrote:After seeing this, I might actually start to enjoy geometry class! XD (Kidding, I like geometry.)

Personally I hated Orchestra, anyway back on subject. To me it looks like one of those semi-auto Uzi's that have the longer barrel made to look like a faux suppressor.
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