Percussion cap pistol 3D model

Highly detailed and realistic model of a percussion cap pistol. The model was built in Cinema 4D version 12 Materials - Cinema 4d. Clean geometry with no issues, only tris and quads, real scale.

'The percussion cap, introduced circa 1820, was the crucial invention that enabled muzzleloading firearms to fire reliably in any weather.

Before this development, firearms used flintlock ignition systems which produced flint-on-steel sparks to ignite a pan of priming powder and thereby fire the gun's main powder charge (the flintlock mechanism replaced older ignition systems such as the matchlock and wheellock). Flintlocks were prone to misfire in wet weather, and many flintlock firearms were later converted to the more reliable percussion system.

The percussion cap is a small cylinder of copper or brass with one closed end. Inside the closed end is a small amount of a shock-sensitive explosive material such as fulminate of mercury. The percussion cap is placed over a hollow metal 'nipple' at the rear end of the gun barrel. Pulling the trigger releases a hammer which strikes the percussion cap and ignites the explosive primer. The flame travels through the hollow nipple to ignite the main powder charge. Percussion caps were, and still are, made in small sizes for pistols and larger sizes for rifles and muskets.' (quote from en.wikipedia/wiki/Percussion_cap)

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.stl file format: vert: 13388 pol: 26684

.obj file format: vert: 13820 pol: 13736

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    • Cinema 4D 12 (.c4d)16.2 MBVersion: 12Renderer: Default
    • DirectX (.X)16.2 MB
    • Stereolithography (.stl)16.2 MB
    • Collada (.dae)16.2 MB
    • OBJ (.obj, .mtl)16.1 MB
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    3D model details
    • Publish date2014-12-11
    • Model ID#96755
    • Animated
    • Rigged
    • VR / AR / Low-poly
    • PBR
    • Geometry Subdivision ready
    • Polygons 8,720
    • Vertices 8,434
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