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Hot Dogs, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades

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Hot Dogs, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades (2016)

Hot Dogs, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades, also known as H3VR, is a virtual-reality shooting gallery sandbox game with an emphasis on realistic weapon operation across all eras, from flintlocks to modern day firearms. Using VR motion controllers players can manipulate individual rounds in a magazine, pull cocking levers, flip safeties, deploy bipods, fold or collapse stocks, dry-fire, and even adjust the zeroing on sights and scopes. The axis of the motion controller even conforms to the angle of each individual weapon's grip.

Note 1: Seeing as H3VR currently contains over 500 firearms, keeping all of them on a single page could cause those with slower internet connections to have difficulties loading it. As such, this page has been split into a series of category-based subpages. This page serves as an index, through which the various subpages can be reached.

Note 2: Due to difficulties with VR screenshots, many screenshots on this page's subpages are from devlog videos by game director Anton Hand, with the remainder being provided by members of the game's Reddit page, r/H3VR; these users will be noted in the respective weapons' sections.

Note 3: Outside of custom models created for the game, a good portion of the game's weapon models come from either publicly-available 3D assets sold on asset stores and direct donations from freelance weapon artists to the game's lead Anton Hand. With some detailed research, it is even possible to identify the exact creators of individual models, either by researching in the asset stores or artist portfolios. For instance, many of the early weapons have made-up markings, a feature of weapons from the "Ultimate FPS Weapons Pack" by weapon artist ChamferZone, and a series of Mauser C96 variants added later in the game are all from the "Mauser Pistol Pack" by Stefan Engdahl. More info on weapon assets and artists can be found in the discussion page.


The following weapons appear in the video game Hot Dogs, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades:


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