That's One Big Destiny Gun

That's One Big Destiny Gun

This Thunderlord exotic machine gun is the work of Kirby Downey. As he explains on his My Mini Factory page, the whole thing is built from 45 separate parts.

I thought this 3D-printed Destiny fusion rifle was cool, but this thing? Next. Level.

He used three materials in total: PLA thermoplastic was used for the main body and bullet belt, while Ninjaflex filament took care of the stock, and the rail was done in carbon fibre.

It's stuff like this that really makes me want a 3D printer. Or a Star Trek replicator. Whatever's more affordable first.

That's One Big Destiny Gun
That's One Big Destiny Gun
That's One Big Destiny Gun
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Comments

    I don't know if the guy is short, but the gun looks a lot longer than what I would've expected. I accept that it is still probably to scale (hey, if you've got the skills to build something like this, you're probably going to do solid planning first).

    It's still a great production piece. If it's anything like my heavy weapons experience in Destiny, look forward to using it for 4 seconds at a time.

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