A smoothbore gun is a firearm with no rifled inside the barrel. The common muskets are mainly shotguns, including shotguns for hunting, sports guns for sports competitions, riot guns for police and combat shotguns and signal guns used in the army.
Musket guns were all the rage after the Middle Ages. However, due to the limited technological conditions at that time, the range was relatively limited, about 100 yards. And the muskets at that time also exposed the problem of insufficient accuracy.
In the 18th and 19th centuries, the soldier's best friend was the flintlock musket. This long-barreled weapon provides massive firepower, but reloading is slow and multi-step process.
How to Draw a Musket Step by Step
Step 1 Draw the stock of this musket
Step 2 Continue to draw the stock of this musket
Step 3 Draw the firing slot for this musket
Step 4 Continue to draw the firing slot for this musket
Step 5 Draw the barrel of this musket
Step 6 Complete the barrel of this musket
Step 7 Draw the base of the barrel
Step 8 Draw the trigger of this musket
Step 9 Color this musket
Congratulations! We really hope you enjoy this musket you draw yourself. It's a bit complicated to draw.
You'll need to focus, follow the step-by-step illustrations we provide, and color it the right colors at the end!
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