|What's Included & Features
- 66 Gunslinger Poses, including:
- Cross-Draw, 8 Poses Set
- 2 Gun Side-Draw, 8 Poses Set
- Highwayman's Spin-Draw, 5 Poses Set
- Mounted-Draw, 7 Poses Set
- Seated-Draw, 10 Poses Set
- Dance Hall Girl Concealed-Draw, 3 Poses Set
- 44 Riflemen Poses, including:
- Henry and Winchester Saddle-Scabbard draw
- Winchester, John Wayne one-handed swing cock
- A Remington-armed sentry coming to attention
- Flintlock shooter reloading & shooting
- Homestead Defender (Millennium Woman)
- And a variety of individual shooting and related poses for homestead defenders, stagecoach guards, infantrymen, gunslingers, troopers, desperados, sheriffs, and posses.
- Sequence poses feature progressive drawing and firing motions and are suitable for animation key-frames and story boards.
- Pos es feature snap-to propping. Hands are meticulously wrapped around each revolver. Guns will automatically reposition with the poses for which they are designed.
- Hand pose files (HD2s) for all featured firearms are included for easier switching of guns between poses.
- Included as a bonus are 12 Posse Mounts horse poses with a 9-pose galloping sequence. This set will match the scabbard draw. Gunmen gotta ride!
- Other specific hand pose files for the DAZ Colt .45 Autoloader, a .38 Smith & Wesson revolver, and a generic flintlock pistol are included for posing other historical and fictional characters. Poses for the DAZ scoped rifle are included
- 7 Free Bonus Props (pp2 files) including Colt revolvers and 19th C. rifles by virtual gunsmith, Pete Simms (Questor). These guns that won the west are very accurate and highly detailed models. Already colored, these props will accept textures. Two wood textures for grips and stocks come in the package. A brace of each Colt is included as right and left hand smart props and will jump into the gunslingers hands. Each comes fully loaded. Caution is advised!
- Colt 1860 Army .44 Revolver
The most popular sidearm in the Civil War, the apex of Colt percussion revolvers
- Colt 1873 Single Action Army .45 Revolver
The gun that won the west. The most recognized gun of all time, the Peacemaker has been in production for almost 130 years
- Colt 1848 3rd model Dragoon .44 Revolver
The first .44 magnum, a favorite of the gold rush miners and Texas Rangers
- Colt 1849 "Baby" Dragoon .31 Revolver
A scaled down Dragoon is virtually identical to the "Baby" One of Colt's most popular guns, a legendary hide-out
- Winchester 1873 Lever Action .44-40 Carbine, with John Wayne hoop-loop
The other gun that won the west. It fired the same round as the Colt .44 Frontier revolver
- Henry 1860 Lever Action Rifle .44 Rimfire
The first fast action repeating metallic cartridge rifle. Holding 11 rounds it is the forerunner of all high capacity, rapid firing military arms
- Remington Rolling Block
Made in a variety of large calibers, it was a choice buffalo and target gun. The straight pull stock is similar to many other types of 19th Century military arms