My first halo weapon

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FinAeros

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Not bad.

It's kinda hard to tell it's cardboard w/o jumping to the larger pic. For a second I thought you'd done a clear polymer cast of the rifle.
 

M562

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Ironcobra I did actually fill it up. At first I was going with wood, but I couldnt get the rigght piece of wood. (it was raining so I couldn't put out a working table/bench thingy. so my saw got stuck time and again).

Sorry if I mistyped anything im dutch and 14 years old so.

and FinAeros I dont know where to buy the silicon rubber, plastic or even clay for that matter. (yep being dutch can be quite awfull :ha: )
 

SGT Razor

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M-562 said:
Ironcobra I did actually fill it up. At first I was going with wood, but I couldnt get the rigght piece of wood. (it was raining so I couldn't put out a working table/bench thingy. so my saw got stuck time and again).

Sorry if I mistyped anything im dutch and 14 years old so.

and FinAeros I dont know where to buy the silicon rubber, plastic or even clay for that matter. (yep being dutch can be quite awfull :ha: )
I you hadn't said anything, I wouldn't have thought you were Dutch. Some people can't even spell "suit" right. Sorry about getting off-topic, but I had to comment on the good spelling and punctuation. I'm kinda OCD about that sorta thing. :lindsey:
 
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TK3350

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Well M-562,

you know what we´ve talked about on MSN. I´d recommend to start off with Polistyrene to hone your skills. it´s sturdy enough and works very nicely. Also you kan get it at most "Doe-het-Zelf" (dutch hardware shops) shops. cheap also.

after you finish it you paint it over with the right paints and it weçill be as hard as wood.

Tk.
 
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