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I am looking for pictures of handgonnes being used in fantasy settings. There's a ton of cool historical pics but I want fantasy ones.

Note I'm not talking about muskets, but pre-musket firearms. Fire-lances are also ok though.

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Anyone who posted a Flintlock, or even a Matchlock - that's too advanced.

>sussed out a proper "gun shape" ie the musket and its evolutions henceforth

My only question is, why didn't they take crossbow stocks and put the tube on them? Why the stick for a hundred or so years?



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