Halo M7 Sub-Machine Gun by Tactonyx (Pic Heavy)

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Tactonyx

Active Member
Greetings everyone, I'd like to introduce my M7 smg that I made over a year ago. I finally just got around to molding It and I can safely say that this was one of the hardest models to build, the hardest one to mold, and most definitely the hardest one to de-mold. Most of the stuff on the smg moves, and it would be a shorter list to say what doesn't move, such as the mag release. It featuers working buttons on the foregrip and buttstock, has a collapsible buttstock that can lock into place, working trigger, reciprocating charging bolt, etc. Of all the halo weapons, I think this one is my favorite (Followed by the laser, but we'll get to that build later) The sound suppressor is detachable and can be exchanged with a muzzle cover. Miraculously the scope came out in one solid piece and looks pretty good. Check out the pics:







The M7 smg


Locking lever of the foregrip


Why not add a little more detail



First pull, a rough copy, but I think I can work out the bugs.



Sound suppressor is a little droopy, but I think this can be easily remedied.



Reciprocating charging handle that you can HK slap.

Thanks for taking the time to look at my smg and feel free to comment.
 

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Aus Askar

New Member
Awesome build, you're an artist with that sheet styrene. The working detail is an incredible feature. I've always wondered if the front grip actually locked to the trigger guard, on yours it does!
The pistol is the same size as a sub machinegun!
Haha welcome to Halo.
 

electraflier

Well-Known Member
That is so slick! I was looking for ways to make my future War machine guns look better and stumbled on your thread! Love Halo! Love that gun! You put an amazing amount of work and detail into them and I am inspired!:cool
Thanks for putting this up and I hope you post more builds!
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Tactonyx

Active Member
Thanks everyone, the M7 prototype was made from expanded PVC foamboard, the casts from polyurethane resin.
 

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