The Spectre M-4 is a high quality gun of Irish origin. It was adopted into the military, but it doesn't see too much action because of the overruling assault rifles, such as the M-16 A1 and M4. I made sure to feature all details to the extent of my skills and materials, leaving out basically nothing but the optional folding stock. I hope you like it!
About this creation
The body. I kept everything black, like the PP90M1. I started to run low on black pieces since this is bigger than the PP90M1. It is relatively detailed, but I gave up a few touches of realism for functionality. Other things were changed but all for a reason. One example of this is that the grip is a bit thick, but it also means that there is room for extra pieces on the bolt that make the top clean when it is opened. You may also have noticed that the barrel is too long, but I just like it that way.
Me demonstrating the working trigger. It also has a working safety, which is why it is so high.
The bolt pulled back. I concealed the rubber band, and doing that made it look a lot better. You can also see the bullet at the top of the magazine.
The magazine. I used the Brick Gun company's technique and put a bullet at the top. I think it looks good that way. What do you think? I didn't do the bulge of a casket magazine that the Spectre M-4 uses (if you don't know what that is, search it up on Google/ Google images.) It would have sacrificed the sleekness of the magazine, and to achieve a sleek bulge I would have had to sacrifice the bullet.
A look down the sights. I managed to replicate the sights rather accurately, and they look nice. I even put the textured top on the sight guards.
One last look. I think the overall result turned out very well.