Welcome to Guns Museum v. 5, the largest display of minifig-scale guns. This is the newest version of the Guns Museum series, featuring 76 guns made with unmodified pieces.
Note: the purpose of a gun is to kill, and megaphones do not kill. If obsolete megaphone blasters are not your style, then you need more options. Welcome to Guns Museum.
Introducing your guide, James Sullivan, the elite weapons tactician of STARS Corp. Behind those cold silver shades is an experienced wielder of all guns from magnums to miniguns. He is an expert with explosives, a surgeon with shotguns, an annihilator with automatics, and a perfect sniper. You are with a true master of arms, consummated with the license to kill.
Very nice! only problem is that some of the peices here are not very accesible peices, you cant get them from many kits. The only way is l9ike, brick forge or something, and some people dont have acces to a credit card. so if your next brick museum is with guns that you can make from common peices, it would be great. Thank you.
Absolutely Amazing!!! So many variants of the gun without Modding any elements. Truly great work. And the BFG is a "Big F'n Gun" for whom ever wanted to know. I'm inspired to dig through my parts and try these out. Thanks! Credit given if used. ~cheers
I just think the designs are eccellent. I mean, wow. But some of your designs seem to be forced together, so that they will only be useful on display. I think I speak for a lot of people (Maybe even me) when I ask to post instructions on some of the harder models. Overall, very, very nice job.
Quoting: Nannan Z. August 1, 2009
'Anyone feel free to use these designs.' Great! I'm working on a kind of barricade where all these black fantasy creatures are busting through a wall and there are all these soldiers and armoured cars and tanks waiting to shoot at them. Is it ok if I make the tanks and soldiers and things from the dawn forge theme?
To the person two comments below me, you honestly can't figure out how to make them from the pictures?! Most of the guns have very very few pieces and there's nothing hidden, nothing you can't see. C'mon people stop being so lazy, put your minds to work and think a little bit, its not to hard to figure out how to reproduce these guns... That said, incredible collection, your mini fig guns are more detailed then some of the large scale, real life sized models on here.
Great as usual! I've always admired your work. I think the sweeper looks kind of some robot turret and the compact turret is simply brilliant, keeping in mind it's been borrowed. Not to compain about the figure, but I just like the old one better. Nothing against peach ones. Well, another amazing gun museum!
As usual, some of the best mini-fig weapons on MOC...outstanding. BTW, I'm backing you on the peach fig...I get similar comments about Bob. Nothing wrong with traditional yellow, but someone needs to ram the bleeding edge of progress down the throats of the non-believers...;-)
Another impressive guns collection - the best one yet, in fact. But... WHY a skin-toned minifig? WHY?! I'm tempted to lower you a smiley for that, if only your guns hadn't been so awesome. Oh, and you need to find another praying mantis.
If there was A MOC museum, the Nannan wing would be standing room only, like trying to see the Mona Lisa. All your stuff is so elegant, so deceptively simple... "organic" is a word thrown around all too much but it's what springs to mind when looking at your work. Amazing builds, fantastic photography, it's such a sensory delight that I'll happily ignore the peach head guy -- THEY JUST LOOK WRONG TO ME!