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Barrett M82A1 . Because it is necessary to kill a fly with a sledge hammer. This is a 1:1 scale version of the Barrett M82, or the more widely known name of Barrett .50 cal. Jon Treasure edited main pic. . Well, after countless building hours and Bricklink orders, this beast of a sniper rifle is done. With nearly 3000 pieces, this thing measures 4 feet long and weighs about 6 pounds. I tried to get this model as close to the real Barrett as possible. I included an accurate color scheme (no Pybrick, I'm afraid it's not black ;), attatchments like scope, bipod, and carry handle, and working elements. I think I did a good job. Info on the real Barrett: The Barrett M82 is a recoil operated, semi-automatic sniper rifle designed in 1980. It fires a .50 caliber BMG bullet from a 10 round magazine. With a maximum effective range of 5,906 feet, no enemy is safe. Weighing in at around 30 lbs., this sniper is considered a heavy-weight. It's been featured on many video games and movies, and is also used in the millitary. LEGO Barrett Features: -Removable magazine -Color scheme -Working slide -Moving trigger -Moving safety -Folding bipod -Spinning knobs on scope -Rails -Removable attachments VIDEO!!! My Barrett is a little over 4 feet long. Bipod down. Modified version of Pybrick scope. Slide pulled back. Magazine. This is bigger than you think. First person. Looking through the iron sight. Half-spaced rails Muzzle brake. Thanks Pybrick. You can also see the barrel. This was tough to make sturdy while still making it round and not to big. I used ALOT of jumper plates for this. Vents. One last look. Note: For all you QuIcK_sCoPeRz out there, yes, the Intervention is a better QS gun. But in terms of actual sniping, the Barrett owns. Period. Thanks for visiting! Please rate and/or comment. -Featured on "Everyone's LEGO Creations" on 2/1/12 -Featured on "Across MOC pages" on 2/10/11 -Featured on Gizmo watch. Check it out! Thanks guys!


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