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MP7 PDW
As promised, here is my MP7. took me a while to get the majority of it to be three studs wide, still having the stock arms going all the way through it. eventually after studying a picture of the real thing, i noticed that the stock arms are actually visible from the front sides of the weapon! that was a huge relief to me, considering how determined i was to get the width at 5 studs on the back, and 3 on the front, having a 4 stud width on the top. i used a lot of 2 stud- 1 stud converters that i didnt have. those things are impossible to find in black in my lego bin i swear! anyways you will notice the light grey 1x1 revealed through the hole on the top of the gun in the picture of me pulling the charging handle back, that light grey "tab" appears when it is pulled all the way back, and can not go any farther, being blocked by another piece on the inside. the tab is unneeded but i thought it was pretty sweet! enjoy!
About this creation





Like i mentioned earlier, not needed, and im pretty positive its not on the real thing, but i thought the light grey tab was awesome when i discovered that i had forgotten to change it to black, during my color changing stage.




if you notice the steep slants on the middle, both sides of the gun, these are on the real things, where the gun goes from thicker, to skinnier. I also tried to show you guys the 1 stud wide middle body of the gun, when the stock is retracted out.


Here is a picture of the gun without a magazine, with the grip and stock folded in.




I hope this picture of the magazine reveals to you guys how i made it fit into a 3 stud wide handle, looking as if it is two wide from the visible bottom portion of the mag. I used a total of three 2 stud- 1 stud converters here, hope you can figure that out.




Haha i am still trying to find a decent silencer, for now this will work. I have noticed most people do this anyways! i promise a better silencer some day...






This took me a while to make so i hope everyone likes it!



Comments

 I made it 
  August 26, 2013
Quoting Darkbird 4 Dude I had no idea you were on MOCpages! This thing is beast!
im relatively new! thanks for all of the likes!
 I like it 
  August 26, 2013
Dude I had no idea you were on MOCpages! This thing is beast!
 I like it 
  August 23, 2013
pretty much perfect but this is personal preference, the mag is too jagged which i think looks bad but i guess ether jagged and strong or curved and weak with gaps but apart from that it looks awesome.
 I made it 
  July 2, 2013
Quoting Jac Pearce I see what you mean by the cardboard box, Ill try it with my next moc. I love the all black id wish to get my creations like that I am amazed keep it up. Youre one of my favorite builders :)
thanks! means a lot!
 I like it 
  July 1, 2013
I see what you mean by the cardboard box, Ill try it with my next moc. I love the all black id wish to get my creations like that I am amazed keep it up. Youre one of my favorite builders :)
 I like it 
  June 26, 2013
This is awesome! your guns just keep getting better and better. I really like the top of the gun. The sights and rails look amazing! keep it up.
 I like it 
  June 25, 2013
Very nice, I really like the way you made the magazine fit into the three-stud-wide grip. Your weapons are getting better and better!
 I like it 
  June 25, 2013
Very cool, love the moving features and the sculpt of the magazine.
 
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