|kingofthenothing - 2010-06-19 |
Amazingly, there are more of these.
It looks like 90% of them are basically different pretty frames for the exact same mechanism. Except for the SAW that fires rubber bands.
Isn't that what real guns basically are?
|Goethe and ernie - 2010-06-19 |
No working scope?
|THA SUGAH RAIN - 2010-06-19 |
Lego Handjob Machine
|athodyd - 2010-06-19 |
"surprisingly accurate" at distances of up to four feet
the action and feed mechanism is pretty impressive though
I'm surprised it's accurate for that distance, yes.
|Adramelech - 2010-06-19 |
I'd like to thank the History channel and high-functioning autism for making this all possible.
|Chibisuke - 2010-06-19 |
You made a lego sniper rifle, and you didn't make little lego bullets to go in it?
|Baldr - 2010-06-19 |
Jack the Lego Maniac's obsession was cute while he was a kid, but it didn't make for a particularly functional adulthood. His wife had left with their children, he hadn't been employed for five years, and his eviction was scheduled in three days. His lego addiction had cost him everything.
But now he was going to take it all back, the only way he knew how.
|Urist - 2010-06-19 |
Lego Lee Enfield:
Procured to it's low cost and ground breaking pattern design, the lego rifle was disliked by soldiers because of a lack of stopped power and poor accuracy beyond 1 meter.
However, its obvious superiority to the L85A2 saw it become the main service weapon of the British Army. Controversy surrounded its selection, with some vocal critics saying the army only chose the rifle so they could recruit from ages 6 and up.
dammit, "DUE to ITS low cost"
|memedumpster - 2010-06-19 |
Countdown to Lego Automated Gun Turret.
|twinkieafternoon - 2010-06-19 |
congratulations you have officially made both those words meaningless
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