Okay, so I have done all sorts of weapon MOCs like the M777 Howitzer which, if you do not happen to know, is an infamous towable artillery piece that spearheads attacks from the forward command. I MOCCed it a while ago. Remember?
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So I have MOCced weapons like the Heckler & Koch MP5 or the Colt Defense M4. Very accurate weapons when used in the hands of the Marines or the SAS.
Heckler & Koch MP5.
It is one of my favourite weapons because it just does the job well. And in Lego, hopefully it will for you too.
Colt Defense M4
Used by the Australian SAS and many other organizations, it is to be feared.
General Dynamics FIM-92 STINGER
Very deadly, very easy to operate. This one has seen many wars too.
Fabbrica d'Armi Pietro Beretta M9
"A big gun doesn't make a big man.' This one proves that is so.
Barret Firearms Manufacturing M82/0.5Cal Barret
"One Shot, One Kill"
Airtronic USA's RPG-7
Or just Pedro's MOC, but I added an Electronic Trajectory Compensational Sight, or just ETCS. The further you want to fire, the more it will tell you how much to compensate for firing inaccuracy.
Of course if you want to see the original weapons, you will need to visit an external site such as Wikipedia.
Thank you for visiting another one of my batches of Lego weapons, no molds needed. Watch out for my improved AT-TE and Republic 'Tiger' Gunship coming soon but already on my Flickr page.
Edited by KimT, 16 December 2009 - 11:41 PM.