In case Josh comes back, I have some sounds he, or anyone else can use if they so desire.
I recorded these from a non-firing replica of a P08 Luger with a 6" barrel. Everything on it works, but it doesn't fire.
To clear up any confusion on what the file names mean, I will describe what each file is a recording of. Let me also preface this with the fact that I don't know the proper term for the Luger's "action", I suppose it's called? I do a bit of shooting myself, but if I misused a term like, "chamber", "slide", or whatever else, please be gentle. I don't use many German pistols.
is self explanatory. It's cocked and fired without a round.
sound effects I actually got from a website. They were pretty clear and sounded alright, so I figured I would include them. I'd guess these were recorded in an indoor range, or something similar.
files are me pumping some compressed air in the P08 so the action makes a full cycle. I didn't know how loud it would be, so I recorded them close, a little further away, and then a fair distance away. The further away it is, the more you can hear the air.
files are just the firing sound effects, but I pasted over the fireaction_close file over all of them to get a slightly different sound. Both the firing and firecustom sounds sound pretty cool IMO, so I figured I would include both.
files were recorded with the action locked open. The magazine_out
files are recordings of the magazines being released and quickly caught once they fell out of the weapon (also with the action open).
are just me switching the safety switch.
is the sound of me pulling back the slide from the locked position. The slide is already open since there is no ammo in the magazine, then I pull it back completely.
is just me pulling the action back while it is completely closed. This can be used to check the chamber as well, I suppose.
is the sound of releasing the action when it had been pulled back completely, but it is stopped by the lock when there is no ammo in the magazine.
is the action being released after being pulled back completely. In this case, the action completely closes instead of being stopped by the lock. I suppose this can also be used mid-way after checking the chamber as well.
is me pulling the trigger while the safety is on.
Hopefully someone can use those. They will definitely need some noise removal since I don't have a padded studio to record these in, but they should still sound alright. I tried to do a bit myself, but they lose their slight echo, so I just left them be. I think Receiver adds echo in anyways, so I don't think any noise removal will hurt the sound that much.
If I missed anything let me know.