Smith Wesson Revolver Low-poly 3D model

Smith Wesson Model 29 3D Model modelled in Blender 2.78

The classic Smith & Wesson .357 Magnum is a stunning piece with an intriguing history, and it’s still a very popular item with collectors

What makes the Smith & Wesson .357 Magnum so collectible?

  • Introduced in 1935 and built on the large N-Frame, Smith & Wesson's .357 Magnum was a classic revolver
  • Highly collectable, the .357 Magnum models are those produced before S&W introduced its numbering system in 1957
  • Registered .357 Magnum revolvers are the most valuable, with values ranging from $7,500 to $10,000, or more, depending on who owned them
  • With an intriguing history and a variety of models, the .357 Magnum will likely continue to be a desirable collector's item

This 3D Model of Smith Wesson Revolver can be a good candidate for your heros in action games or can be a good item on a CGI art pictures. It has been modeled for games as a low-poly but on the other hand detailed model but you may use it on your CGI arts.

When the .38 Special cartridge was introduced in 1902 it was a considerable improvement over the earlier black-powder .38s of the 1870s — the .38 Long Colt and .38 Smith & Wesson. The .38 Special was a well-balanced, all-around cartridge and quickly became popular with law enforcement and the military, as well as with civilian shooters. Before long it became the standard to which all other revolver cartridges were compared.

For much of the 20th century, any time you saw a revolver on a policeman’s belt, it was a probably a .38 Special. But there were exceptions. By the early 1930s, the automobile began to change life in the U.S. Unfortunately, among these changes was a surge in bank robberies, with the bad guys making their getaways in fast cars. Lawmen saw a need for a more powerful cartridge than the .38 Special, something that could penetrate the steel doors and bodies of an automobile. This was not to replace the .38 Special but to give an option to lawmen in various agencies.

Smith Wesson Model 29 3D Model was modeled from the reference pictures of real Model 29. There may be some little differences between the real one and model because of low-quality reference pictures.

3D Model rigged and Trigger, Hammer and Cylinder of the model can be animated easily. It is a low poly model which may be used in games.

Other formats of the model have been exported from Blender 2.78 and in case of any problem on any format please let me know to solve the problem. The problem will be solved within 24 hours.

This product has no reviews yet
Smith Wesson Revolver
$17.12
All prices are exclusive of VAT
Save with CGTrader Credits
Send your price offer to the author if you want to buy it at lower price.
Royalty Free License
Products under Royalty Free License can be used without liability to pay any license fees for<br/> multiple lifelong uses, or sales volume of final product after being paid for once. The product<br/> may not be sold, given, or assigned to another person or entity in the form it is downloaded from the site.<br/> <a href='/pages/terms-and-conditions#general-terms-of-licensing' rel='nofollow' target='_blank'>Read more</a>
Response 88% in 1.9h
3D Modeling
Low-poly Modeling
Rigging
UV mapping
Texturing
Hire me
3D model formats
  • Blender 2.78 (.blend)5 MBVersion: 2.78Renderer: Cycles 2.78
  • Autodesk FBX (.fbx)1.22 MB
  • OBJ (.obj, .mtl) (2 files)-
  • 3D Studio (.3ds) -
  • Stereolithography (.stl) -
3D model details
  • Publish date2016-12-03
  • Model ID#668951
  • Animated
  • Rigged approved
  • VR / AR / Low-poly approved
  • PBR
  • Geometry Polygon mesh
  • Polygons 17,747
  • Vertices 24,908
  • Textures
  • Materials
  • UV Mapping
  • Unwrapped UVs Mixed
  • Plugins used
Help