Some Guy Built A 1:1 Replica Halo Shotgun (Out Of LEGO)

Last year, Nick Jensen built a 1:1 Halo sniper rifle out of LEGO that was so incredible the mind still boggles as to how he got the job done. It didn't just look like the game's gun, it worked like one too, with bolts, ejecting magazines, the works.

Nick is now back with another weapon from Halo, Reach's M45 shotgun, again built out of LEGO, again with features like moving parts, and again looking absolutely stunning. If you watch the video in the gallery above, you'll see it in action, as he inserts LEGO shells, cocks the pump and looks down the iron sights.

On a LEGO gun.

The thing took two months to build, but from the way you'd get funny looks if you ever tried to take it on a plane, I'd say it was totally worth the elbow grease.

Nick Brick's photostream [FlickR, via Brothers Brick]


Comments

    343i should snatch this design up, because that is awesome. i would totally buy it.

    if you live in NSW you wouldnt beable to import it unless you had a gun license, even more so right now with all the media attention on shoot outs in sydney.

    This is definitely giving me an urge to finally make some replicas of my own. Maybe the Quake II shotgun...

    maybe he could make a real girlfriend

    2 things.

    1. HE BROKE LEGO TO MAKE THE GRIP! so -150 points.

    2. He did not need the slow mo. Him doing it normaly was slow enough.

    Other than that, very nice.

    How long before it falls apart?

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