LEGO sniper rifle

This LEGO rifle by Jack Streat at is pretty awesome. If there was ever any ideal way to shoot LEGO bricks, this would be it. Even the creator is impressed:

This is by far the best rifle i have ever made. it is a working magazine-fed rifle in bolt action configuration, with detachable magazines, sniper scope and bi-pod.

Check out the video to see it in action and the link below for a lot more pics.

Lee Enfield Bolt Action Sniper Rifle
via Neatorama

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dylanpautz1 year ago

one sniper rifle the "BFG 50" can hit a target 6000 yards away. so you have to really be a good shot for that gun.

Yeah, it uses 50 BMG's. (Massive rounds btw!)

lemonie7 years ago

Why do people have this addiction to the word "sniper"? It means shooting small birds (Snipe) or having a good rifle (not your regular Lee-Enfield). And the bi-pod is non-standard too.
The gun is still really very good though.

ilpug lemonie7 years ago
everyone wants to be a sniper. they think that they can carry their gun fetishes out to the maximum by shooting things thousands of feet away. this is a classic example of why life is not like the movies. good snipers are born, not made, and i doubt that almost any of the sniper obsessed people on this site would be able to make a shot at anything more than 800 yards. it is alot harder than it seems. i consider myself a good shot, but i doubt i could hit something more than a thousand yards away, even if i had a really good gun. At least not in one shot. maybe eight or nine. anyway, i am blathering.
lemonie ilpug7 years ago

Sounds right to me.

Grimarr lemonie7 years ago
Specifically, it originally referred to being able to successfully hunt a small, elusive bird that was considered a difficult target. And as for the assessment that snipers are born and not made, that is simply not true. Sure, talent can carry a person along a good way, but without training and a lot of practice they'll never make it as a military sniper.
lemonie Grimarr7 years ago

The word "born" covers genetics and (upbringing to a certain-age). If you read parenting as as contributing to training you can agree with "born". Otherwise I agree with you.

whats with the "L"?


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Those that can't, wish they could make.
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