3-D Model of a World War Two Japanese Arisaka monopod rifle sight.
A little information about the monopod sight, i have. The Monopod sight was on the early rifles in the Japanese aresonal during World War II. The Monpod was a flip up sight that was in the middle of the rifle. The monpod sight had two metal bars that were on a pivot, and were to be folded out for shooting down aircraft, thus the name anti aircraft sights. Later in the war, the monopods were replaced and taken off standard rifles, known as the last Ditch effort. It was decided that the sight was not needed and the sights were removed andwere replaced by a simular type, without the antiaircraft bars. Later, 1944-1945 era., that sight was replaced by a very simple bar with a hole through it. These sights were seen on the 24th series Type 99 Arisaka's and were simplefied because of limited supplies. these rifles were poor quality, including a wooden butt plate held together by nails.
This model is a high detail model and has a poly count of 562.
Model by Matt Stone, 2010.
Comes with 3ds. Max 2010 file and .3ds file.