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Guns Museum Deluxe (Part 1)
Part 1 of the deluxe gun show
About this creation
A deluxe display of non-custom guns for minifigs.



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   Meet Generic Joe, you tour guide for the museum. Joe Sixpack was directly imported from the trailer park and changed his name to Generic Joe. For part of his contract working in the Whimsical World, he must feature in this crazy kujo shot.



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   Mortar Launcher the first of the ten stationary guns of the museum, the mortar is directly imported from the Middle-Eastern dunes for your viewing.



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   Fyi: GM stands for Guns Museum.



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   Gauss Gun the cheapest way to take out vehicles, as proven in Halo 2. Only this time, you don't have to trust your life in the hands of a maniac driver.



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   Laser Cannon zip, zip, down! This powerful futuristic gun will string you up a nice skewer of anything that gets in the path of the laser beam.



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   Grenade Launcher also known as the tortoise, or the turtle for short. However, this animal belches an ugly exposive loogey sure to neutralize your target.



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   Machine Gun Cannon when the wheels spin, this shooter will fire a blitz of streamers.



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   Fun fax: an alternate name for this gun was the electrogun, named for the charging of the wheels in summoning a bolt of electricity.



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   Hailfire Turret the ultimate sprayer with not one, not two, but three nozzles to sweep away opposing forces.



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   Fun fax: the rectangular supporting frame of the turret was built by SNOT with studs facing in.



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   Heavy Machine Gun the infantry lawn-mower.



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   Fun fax: the heavy machine gun is one of the masterpieces of the museum. It has evolved with every progression of the GM series.



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   Pulse Cannon ground units and vehicles, beware the pulse cannon; these armor-piercing shells will penetrate almost anything.



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   Anti-Aircraft Gun these are a perfect mount on any battle cruiser. You should also station a few of these at your base to save you the hassle of a dirty dogfight.



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   Impact Cannon this bully makes your mortar and other dingy launchers look like nerf toys. The impact cannon is capable of spraying a quartet of missles at any downrange target, explosiveness guranteed.



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   Pistols small and slick, pistols are not only your loyal companion, they also help you make some tough decisions in style.



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   This is the supressed gun, a.k.a. the silenced pistol.



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   Assault Rifles these automatic stingers will suit your needs if you're looking for the standard arms for your infantry units.



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   Fun fax: this gun is another classic of the GM series; it is the inspiration that launched my guns-making.



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   Fun fax: this model is my favorite GM piece.



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   Joe displaying his impersonation of a happy hic bursting rounds into the air, not knowing that they would eventually come down.



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   Shotguns these are in particular pump-action shotguns. 100% gangsta.



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   You should never fire a shotgun in this position unless you want back-to-concrete action. This is not classified as a fun fax because it's not fun, it's painful.



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   Even Joe's getting it!



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   Submachine Guns more compact and lighter than the assault rifles, these guns are the ideal for trigger happy hoodlums who doesn't care what they hit in the urban slum.



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   Fun fax: Note the uzi in the right hand, first displayed in the original GM, it has now reached perfection.



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   Lasers these will satisfy the needs of any space hippie. These zingers have a distinguishable charging chamber for the laser beam.



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   Fun fax: Joe was convinced that aliens do exist after witnessing such space tech.



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   Look ma! One hand!



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   Heavy Submachine Guns these are the bigger and badder mutants of the submachine guns. Look for the disk shaped magazine nesting on the action.



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   Unfortunately due to the limited number of pics that a MOC page can display (47 to be exact), you must:

Continue to part two of the museum



Comments

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  August 17, 2014
Great job on the weapons. Lot of inspiration for us and our MOCs. Keep it up!
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  August 17, 2014
Wow, these are really cool!
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  August 17, 2014
Congrats on MOTD!
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  August 17, 2014
Nice collection of guns. Congrats on MOTD.
  August 17, 2014
MOTD? -_-
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  June 15, 2011
these guns are awesome. And, i noticed something on the second assault rifle. If you take off the black hand that is pointing downwards, you get a halo assault rifle!
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  April 20, 2011
WOW!!!!! 8/5
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  January 3, 2011
awesome
Nannan Z.
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Alex Huffman
  March 14, 2010
i've been building some guns too, but they will never be as good as yours
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  February 16, 2010
SWEET!!! You are a true Lego Gunsmith, you can be my new Arms Dealer. Best Lego built guns ever. [MAY THE BRICKS BE WITH YOU]
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  February 16, 2010
Awesome guns. Can I use some of this design?
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  February 16, 2010
Great designs! I love assault rifle!
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  February 16, 2010
A Truly Amazing collection, Great job!
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  June 2, 2009
(Laughs dumbly) Fun, Fun ideas for guns. U gotta love the grenade launcher.
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  November 9, 2008
I HATE IT WHEN PEEPLE ASK 4 INSTRUCTIOnS WHEN IT $O EASY TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO BUILD IT !!!!!!! nice moc.
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  August 15, 2008
your heavy MG kinda looks like a BARRETT 50 cal if you put some pices on and swtich some around
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  June 9, 2008
It's all so beautiful! I really like how none of the pieces are "modified" (destroyed, cut, or painted); it's all just pure LEGO, put together in ingenious ways to create amazing guns, great job! P.S. I'm on to part 2 of the GM P.P.S. CONGATULATIONS on your being chosen as a LEGO ambassador :)
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  April 11, 2007
Viewed this before, but never reviewed. This is an awesome collection. Some seem a bit big for mini-fig scale but others are perfect. Some of the best designs out there.
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  February 18, 2007
i have to agree with these guys. this is the best gun collections i have seen in all of mocpages!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  July 15, 2006
MOFO U R DA O.G. AT MAKING CUSTOM GUN$, BUT I HAVE A BETTER IDEA FO YO UZI PLEASE E-MAIL ME WIT INSTRUCTIONS PS KEEP UP WIT IT HOMIE.
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  April 6, 2006
cccooooooooollllllleeeeesssssttttttt collection of completly original guns ever, this collection is god for gun makers!
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  February 26, 2006
how how.......... so many guns you must have a lot of spare time
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  January 12, 2006
csn you give me all of the directions i'm trying to buiild a armory and i was searching all aruond for gun ideas yours are the best guns i'v seen so if you can send me directions or email me
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  December 28, 2005
Great work, Nannan. Like all of your other guns, these are excellent too. I especially like the mortar, machine gun cannon, and the pistols. Once angain, great work!
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  December 28, 2005
Very nice! I try to make guns for mini-figs and they don't turn out so well as these have. But I'm pretty good at making lifesize Lego guns! Please rate them and my other mocs!
 
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