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Colt M4A1 (Working)
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May I present you; the Colt M4A1! I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Instructions are available.
About this creation
It's been a while since you've heard from me, MOCpages, but I'm back!
I didn't have enough bricks for an entire rail, so there are no optics on this one.
I'm sorry for some bad pictures, but I couldn't get my lighting right.
Credit to silly productions for the stock and body and credit to Jack Streat for the mechanism, which I modified.
Youtube video here.

The gun in it's full glory.

The gun without the front grip (I prefer this setup)

The gun has got an extendable stock with 4 positions:

Position 1.

Position 2. (I prefer this one)

Position 3.

Position 4.

The pistol grip was a challenge, but I managed to make it very comfortable but still good looking! I've never seen this technique before, so I claim it's mine. Please tell me if I'm wrong.



The front part of the gun, including the front sight, which was a pain to make. I'm happy with how it turned out though!


The (quitte failing) carrying handle, I dont recommend it for carrying the gun. You can also see the forward assist, the trigger and trigger guard and the magazine release.


The other side of the gun. Not much special about this.

FPS view.

Aiming through the iron sights.

The magazine (2x)



One last 'artistic shot' of this awesome gun!

That's it, constructive critsm is always welcome!
Instructions are available; just like and give me your email address.



Comments

  May 11, 2014
Excellent! Please sent the email to Hippegod491@gmail.com
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  May 3, 2014
Hey if you could send instructions through to dmars444@hotmail.com that would be amamzing!!!
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  March 31, 2014
A great Work. Would you send me the instructions to schollo-90@hotmail.de
  March 13, 2014
Can you send me the instructions to ben.gray318@schools.sa.edu.au
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  February 2, 2014
Hey, can you send the instructions to my email? Awesome construction by the way :) valianthaos@gmail.com
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  January 8, 2014
Could you please send the instructions to grantsnydes@gmail.com? Thank you!
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  December 26, 2013
instructions please. brandenkokim@gmail.com
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  December 25, 2013
what's comming up next? i builded an m40a5 right now and maybe you can make one as well? or you can make a steyr aug with sloped sides?
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  December 24, 2013
Wow! that is the beast!
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  December 22, 2013
ziet er goed uit. de pistol grip is erg goed gelukt, maar is het draaghandvat aan de bovenkant niet iets te groot? check mijn dta hti rifle uit! (m'n beste tot nu toe)
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  December 21, 2013
Good job there! Nice shaping and detailing for a working gun, but the rear iron sights, the stock, the upper reciver and the grip could use another try. Great job though, good to see a new upload from you!
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  December 21, 2013
Quoting silly productions pretty good for a working gun! but you used the main of my stock design. please give credit...
Sorry, forgot to do, done it!
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  December 21, 2013
pretty good for a working gun! but you used the main of my stock design. please give credit...
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  December 21, 2013
Nice job, I love how you managed to make a realistic RIS handguard. I made a working M4 too, if you want to check it out.
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  December 21, 2013
Nice grip, but the magazine is thin.
  December 21, 2013
as always, great job! the grip looks super awesome!
 
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