My latest Blaster off the bench

wtac

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Hi All
I just wanted to show you my latest blaster before it goes off to it's new owner in Germany. As usual with the blasters I buildit is about 95% metal including the working replica Singlepoint scope. It has a sound module and amplifier with blaster sound, high capacity LEDs flash in the muzzle, it has a targeting laser and a onboard torch.

I have tried to strike a compromise on the finish trying to give the impression that it has seen some service and is not brand new issue.

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Pretty darn cool. You have struck a nice balance between a pristine prop and a weathered one. Very nice.

I especially like the stand. Haven't seen anything like that before. Care to share details?
 

wtac

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Pretty darn cool. You have struck a nice balance between a pristine prop and a weathered one. Very nice.

I especially like the stand. Haven't seen anything like that before. Care to share details?
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I made it out of scrap silmply to take the pictures, the base is part of an old computer rack and the supports
are made from aluminium left from making the stock for a stormtrooper blaster, it toof me 15 minets. Ilove making things out of scrap.
 

Gatekeeper

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Looks great, wtac. And I liked the stand too - the Sterling stock is a nice touch.
 
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