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Halo: Reach SRS99 Anti-Matériel . "They will take the hat off an Elite at two thousand yards. And they ain't cheap." . The Sniper Rifle System 99 Anti-Matériel was used by the UNSC Army during the Fall of Reach. The rifle served anti-infantry and anti-armor roles. Stats about the LEGO version: Overall Length: 63 in. (1.60m) Only slightly shorter than life size Time spent start to finish: 3-4 months Working features: Trigger, removable magazine, sliding bolt, movable safety Non-LEGO parts used: 4 ft long dowel rod to support the barrel, custom waterslide decals. No glue or tape! Larger images and work-in-progress shots are on Flickr. I think it's worth checking out. Also, for those unfamiliar with Halo: Reach, here's a reference image. Back/Right 3/4 view: Side views: First Person view: Me holding this massive thing! Comments from the builder: I expected this model to take me until BrickWorld 2012 to build. Surprisingly, I took a third of the time to do it! Does that mean time for another life size weapon? We'll see. Speaking of BrickWorld 2012, I plan to display this rifle in my display at the convention in June. Only one BrickLink order and one trip to the Chicago LEGO Store was necessary to complete this. This rifle is very heavy and awkward to hold. During the early stages of this moc, I did drop it. Oops. Also the barrel sags. I'm not sure if replacing the dowel rod inside with metal rod will be good though. It's expensive and will add a lot of weight. It always helps with techniques and inspiration if someone else built the same thing you did before you. Thanks to Perry B. for having something to look at when I got stuck and offering actual helpful suggestions in the WIP stage ("looks nice" is NOT a helpful suggestion). There are so many other people to thank for helping me complete this moc, but they know who they are. Thanks for viewing! EDIT 10/30/11: This MOC was featured on The Brothers Brick and Popular This Week! I recommend reading that article on The Brothers Brick. EDIT 11/9/11: This MOC was featured on IGN!


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