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MW2 style CheyTac M200 Intervention
This is my third creation on Mocpages. I have been playing a lot of MW2 lately and i couldn't get over how beast the intervention looked! At first i made this black, but i was just disappointed that i didn't have at least an attempt at one of those epic camos. i didn't exactly capture the full snow camo but hey, its white isn't it? -enjoy.
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I was pretty proud of this scope, so heres a little hint on how its made! oh and please rate, and comment or give me ideas on what to build next, i will upload a nice secondary for this weapon in a few days, once highschool exams pass over. The upcoming secondary was an idea given to me accidentally by Victor Vorchevski, my first commenter on Mocpages! so give him a few likes and check out his stuff! thanks! -Silly



Comments

 I like it 
  November 6, 2013
Hello Reid :D I am glad you do focus also in such large sized guns. By building my ships in similiar composite style I know how fragile they can be. Do you using some special techniques for a framework of these rifles? If yes, it would be nice to see it, and also if not, I must make compliment for your ability to make something like this to hold together. Also, overall detailing on your guns are quite authentic. Cheers :D
silly productions
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Brick Owl
  October 30, 2013
Woah. This is beast. (In a good way)
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  September 19, 2013
Quoting Cole Edmonson
This is one of the best sniper rifle MOC's I've seen in a while, Silly. You've definitely got the profile down and have refined it by eliminating the studs and using many of the official slope pieces (remember not to rely too heavily on official slopes, though). The model, especially the scope, features a good amount of detail and would benefit from an opening in the muzzle and a downward-curving pistol grip. I can't tell from the pictures and description: Does the trigger have a spring-loaded pull? Does the stock retract? Does the bolt turn and pull back? If you haven't already, be sure to hollow out the stock so that it doesn't weigh as much on its support bars. I can definitely see improvement in the last few models you've posted; your eye for refined detail and varying widths in your gun receivers is improving with practice! Keep building, and I look forward to seeing your future projects! ~Cole
wow thanks for the feedback on this and the other one! but sadly, this creation had very few working features unlike my more recent creation. the trigger worked but that was about it! i will be making a v2 shortly in the future. and again, thank you so much for the feedback! it means so much from a builder like you!
 I like it 
  September 19, 2013
Quoting silly productions you were one of my main inspirations to build lego guns. i would be honored if you would give me some feedback!
This is one of the best sniper rifle MOC's I've seen in a while, Silly. You've definitely got the profile down and have refined it by eliminating the studs and using many of the official slope pieces (remember not to rely too heavily on official slopes, though). The model, especially the scope, features a good amount of detail and would benefit from an opening in the muzzle and a downward-curving pistol grip. I can't tell from the pictures and description: Does the trigger have a spring-loaded pull? Does the stock retract? Does the bolt turn and pull back? If you haven't already, be sure to hollow out the stock so that it doesn't weigh as much on its support bars. I can definitely see improvement in the last few models you've posted; your eye for refined detail and varying widths in your gun receivers is improving with practice! Keep building, and I look forward to seeing your future projects! ~Cole
 I like it 
  August 26, 2013
Smoking is bad but this thing is on fire and I mean dannnng I'm Obama and I approve this message
 I like it 
  August 26, 2013
WHAT IS LIFE? (Aka. Nice job)
 I made it 
  August 26, 2013
Quoting Aaron Golding i found it... The Holy Grail of Lego Guns! finally a true master of the art of lego gunsmithing (if thats a word, i don't know. just trying to sound fancy.) brilliant work i bet the lego gods would be proud.
WOW thanks so much, means a lot! Check out my walther and my scar l?
 I like it 
  August 24, 2013
i found it... The Holy Grail of Lego Guns! finally a true master of the art of lego gunsmithing (if thats a word, i don't know. just trying to sound fancy.) brilliant work i bet the lego gods would be proud.
 I made it 
  August 23, 2013
The stock is actually scaled perfectly, maybe look at a picture of the gun I based it on! But yeah the scop could have been better! I was running out of small black pieces. I plan on making another one some time soon! Thanks for the comment though. -Silly
 I like it 
  August 23, 2013
overall really nice, but the scope and the stock looks.. wrong. I think the size of the stock is the problem and it should be reduced to a smaller scale and the scope is just bad.. :P but the gun istelf is sick! good job m8
 I like it 
  August 10, 2013
Wow.This build is amazing..I really love the details of the carrying handle and the Scope.Such an ingenious design!It looks really realistic too!I like how this guns body structure is sturdy under so much lego mass(Doesnt bend,especially the barrel).Well nice indeed!
 I like it 
  August 10, 2013
Wow.This build is amazing..I really love the details of the carrying handle and the Scope.Such an ingenious design!It looks really realistic too!I like how this guns body structure is sturdy under so much lego mass(Doesnt bend,especially the barrel).Well nice indeed!
 I like it 
  August 7, 2013
this ia by far the best non working intervention ive seen so far, the look of ot is just amazing and the scope is very cool and realistic for a lego scope. 5/5 !
silly productions
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Caleb Bertrand
  July 30, 2013
Dude! This is the best lego gun I've seen so far on this group!
 I made it 
  July 6, 2013
Quoting veLOLcerapter . This is fantastic! This is the second Cheytec I've seen on Mocpages and wow is it good. Great job :)
Thanks! Means a lot!
 I like it 
  July 6, 2013
This is fantastic! This is the second Cheytec I've seen on Mocpages and wow is it good. Great job :)
 I like it 
  July 4, 2013
This is fantastic!! I love everything about this MOC!! Cheers!! :D
 I made it 
  July 1, 2013
Quoting Jac Pearce I really love it, if you could post some tutorials, im just getting into this stuff and I would like some tips thanks
im extremely new to mocpages also! just got on here about a month ago, and sorry but i dont have any of my weapons built anymore, i take them apart for pieces on my next gun ammediatley after taking pictures of them. but in the future i promise i will make instructions
 I like it 
  July 1, 2013
I really love it, if you could post some tutorials, im just getting into this stuff and I would like some tips thanks
 I like it 
  June 19, 2013
Nicely done!
 I made it 
  June 13, 2013
Quoting Victor Vorchevski Looks great. I really like the snow camo on it. Can't wait to see the new gun you're building.
should be up later tonight!
 I like it 
  June 13, 2013
Looks great. I really like the snow camo on it. Can't wait to see the new gun you're building.
 I like it 
  June 9, 2013
This is awesome! Very realistic!
 I like it 
  June 9, 2013
That is sick! Come join Lots of Likes and get some more likes!
 
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