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For you purist builders who don't have the gumption to spend $24 on plastic re-creations of modern weapons, this one's for you...
About this creation
As said in my opening statement, this is for puritsts. They aren't too flashy and may seem a little too jumbled together. Luckily, those are the only two negatives of the collection! The benifits are that the guns use very little parts, are minifig scale and are surprisingly sturdy! I got the idea to build when I saw the outrageous price of a whole set of Brickarms® weapons. No offence to Brickarms®, honestly, it's just that some of us (especially ones like me who pay for some of their own things) cannot afford the unusually high price for a set of the weapons! I ask that you don't make comments like "The BR guns aren't cheap!" or "The BR guns are a better deal!" LIke I said again, these are for PURISTS or just someone who won't pay for the little guns. Either way, I hope that just by looking at these pics, you can build you're own modern day weapons. Most of these I got from playing "Call of Duty 4".

Please enjoy!



Starting in no particular order is:











H&K MP5














H&K G3














FN P90














M3A1 "Grease Gun"














AK-47 Thanks to Jeremy Delaney for the design!














RPD














Samopal VZ61 "Skorpion"














APILAS 1 12mm LAW












M-16












That's it! Thanks a lot for lookin'! I'll be sure to fit in making more of these between making more Halo Weapons!!



Comments

  December 28, 2010
I like some of these more than others... but they're all more creative than any Brickarms weapon you could name. Have you seen Nannan Zhang's Gun Museum? It's here: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/31290
Nodoudt (The guy formerly known as Carlo)
Boss Nass
  December 20, 2010
These are alright.
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  December 18, 2009
i love it... except for the p90, but good attemt
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  September 28, 2009
COOL!
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  September 28, 2009
COOL!
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  September 28, 2009
COOL!
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  June 15, 2009
can minifigures hold the p90? there really cool guns.
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  May 11, 2009
real nice, as a responce to the zachary guy below me, the p90 looks accurate. and the grease gun is a smg from the vietnam era, im pretty sure.
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  October 15, 2008
I didn't understand the Grease Gun, or the P90 all of the others were really good other wise =D
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  July 3, 2008
I Like the RPD the most. Good Job!
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  May 11, 2008
i really like these, great job
Nodoudt (The guy formerly known as Carlo)
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samuel keenan
  April 15, 2008
I like i like. You gotta cheak out my weapons.
Nodoudt (The guy formerly known as Carlo)
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Evan Melick
  March 31, 2008
The P90 is great. Thats the bad thing about LEGO. No bull-pup.
Nodoudt (The guy formerly known as Carlo)
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mike gordo
  March 31, 2008
nice! i like the rpd the best
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  March 31, 2008
very nice especially since i can afford to pay an outragous amount for lil plastic guns if im gonna lose em
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  March 31, 2008
Thank god someone still makes minifig weapons out of ordinary pieces instead of molding them! The AK looks great!
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  March 31, 2008
nice. im going to make some right now
 
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