my parents don't like me making prop guns because they think someone will see me and call the cops cause Im black. Any other black prop gun makers have this problem?
Don't not do something because of the color of your skin. If you enjoy it, it's not illegal, you should do it.
yeah......im white and if i lived in a black neghborhood(i dont have anything against blacks)and the cops was black then they probably wouldnt shoot me plus your a kid so the cops would probably udurstand
I know, but the cops are more likely to shoot first, ask questions later. One time a guy reached into his pocket for his ID after the cops pulled their guns on him and asked for it. He was shot 19 times. IN A LOW CRIME NEIGHBORHOOD.
very good genius
Hey, this would go great in my group if you wanna add to it!<br> <br> Here's the link : <a href="https://www.instructables.com/group/moviemagic/">https://www.instructables.com/group/moviemagic/</a>
sooooooo cool
This is awesome!
dude, this thing is a piece of art, you should also make the guns from the anime hellsing,
if this is to hard for you try this https://www.instructables.com/id/hell-boy-the-good-samaritan-gun/
Nice job I have actually used this for referense pics for my own, I've seen a few home made samaritans, but this is one of the best.
Some interest guns you can see <a href="http://gunsinarms.com">here</a>:)
diferent language mate
i dont see guns here are you sure there are many guns here?<br><br>wahahahahahahahahahah i dont see any guns<br><br>your such a loser<br><br>your a liar<br>
That's awesome!
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I would just LOVE to use that in an airsoft war! lol!<br><br>Madbull shells... Lol!
what is the method that you used to form the cylinder and other custom parts called?&nbsp;
Hmm, I&nbsp;don't know that there is a name for it. I've made a few replicas since this (see link below) and i'd honestly suggest using wood instead of the techniques i've listed here. I use a drill press, scroll saw (or jigsaw), dremel and mouse sander for 90% of the models i'm making nowadays and unlike some other things wood (mdf) doesn't warp, is strong and you can take casts of it if you want to copy sections in resin or some other material. <br /> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; In the link you can see i've remade the Samaritan with much more detail - using mainly wood.<br />
exuse me but where is the link?<br>
http://www.flickr.com/photos/42071592@N07/<br><br>not an instructable - some tips and pics<br>
great job! too
thank you very much!
cool, I'm pretty sure we actually have all of those tools in our garage. I'm making a big steam-punk revolver and I'm gonna make an instructable for it once i finish.
&nbsp;Have been working on some different techniques that ppl could use in constructing props like this. My next build will be documented and posted here for inspiration to others. My finished projects are at <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/42071592@N07/" rel="nofollow">BurningPanda's Photostream</a>.&nbsp;
thus is uber cool<br />
Thanks, I've refined a lot of techniques since i made this and am currently using sheets of rolled, colored Apoxie Sculpt over armatures of wood, clay etc. (tutorial to follow). Here's a link on stuff i've made thus far, thankfully it gets easier all the time and there's no way i'd use some of the techniques i posted for this prop nowadays :-) &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;<br /> <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/42071592@N07/" rel="nofollow">www.flickr.com/photos/42071592@N07/</a><br />
when is your 'refined' tutorial coming out? c=Cause I really looking forward to building this, thanks.
this is so awesome.<br /> *drools*<br />
Actually you can import thing things that "even remotely resemble guns" into Australia. I have imported two resin sci-fi Battlestar Galactica prop pistols. The first series one was not a problem as it doesn't really look like an actual pistol that can be bought but the second is based on a FN-57 pistol with a "bit" added under the barrel. This one required a letter of authorisation from the police in my state (Qld) to allow customs to release it to me. I think I might be pushing my luck though trying to get a Cx4 Storm rifle or a backpack mini-nuke prop/model into the country. LOL
I've read of customs seizing imports so it's not something i've tried. The original for this prop is metal - so i didn't even consider it. The FN-57 certainly looks gun like so i'm surprised you got it in. It would make life a lot easier if could get 1:1 replicas that i could cast and modify but when i want that Cx4 Storm rifle prop it looks like i'm going to have to make it. :-)
I was thinking exactly the same things about the cool looking Cx4 Storm or FN-P90. No chance of ever getting any kind of replica or airsoft version of them here so if I want one it's going to have to be a complete scratch build. I did think of trying to do it in sections using CAD and a 3D milling machine or stereolithography of some kind. Maybe get someone to do a rapid prototype of it and then make a mould from the prototype.
I'm (slowly) working on a couple of Tommy Guns and an fN2000. At the moment a lot of time is spent making exhaustive drawings... i have found it easier to make scale drawings and work from them. I want clips etc to be removable and interchangeable. The method atm is to use a scroll saw or similar to cut sections (stock, body etc) from laminated pieces of ply - adding lead weight to the interior of the piece. The article is then 'fleshed out' using two part epoxy putty and layers of scrunched foil adhered with a glue gun (modellers use a similar technique over an armature). I'm using this method to smooth the curves on the stock. i then am covering the wood with a thin layer of polymer clay (sculpey, fimo) which comes in metal colours too. Rolled through a pasta machine you get a piece of sheet several millimeters thick which can be applied over the top. The clay can be baked and rebaked in a low temp oven and can be stamped or embossed with patterns - perhaps even lettering (from a cut up credit card). Sections can be set hard with a heat gun first so handling won't damage the finish. Because it comes in so many colours (including translucent) i can simulate wood, stone, metal etc _without_ having to paint!! I've always found finishing is the problem... theoretically this way i could have a one part in jade... another could be gold inlaid wood... the possibilities are endless when you look at what craft people can do with polymer clay. Can be sanded for a matte finish or buffed to a high lustre. Unlike the Samaritan gun these will be heavier and more durable with a consistent finish. I'm not doing an instructable because i'm trying different methods to narrow down the most efficient and effective ways to make something not made out of metal and wood LOOK like it is - get it right before i post some half a**ed how to :-) I'll post some progress pix if there's any interest.
This is how the BSG prop looks when painted well.
The series 2 BSG pistol based on the FN-57 is like this one except that my resin is black not white and it was made in a rotary mold.<br/><br/><a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/BSG_Battle_Star_Galactica_Resin_Prop/">https://www.instructables.com/id/BSG_Battle_Star_Galactica_Resin_Prop/</a><br/><br/>It basically looks like a FN-57 hence customs' interest in it.<br/>
The police were pretty good once I explained in my submission what the prop actually was and what it was made of. The law regarding firearms basically says that anything that closely resembles a particular firearm Game conmsole is treated as if it were that firearm in most cases. Game console "guns" oddly enough can be quite freely purchased even though several of the quite reasonably resemble real pistols.
ohh damn.....dude it only has 4 masive bullets......damn.....what cal is this? but still 5/5 awsum !
If I remember right, it's 20 mm. I had thought about doing this, but was intimidated by the work involved in it. This turned out really cool!
22mm to be exact
I could only find aluminium tube in 25mm - so thats what i used. Seems to fit with the originals dimensions. Luckily i found a pic with the original prop next to a ruler, up til then i'd been guessing...
u no 25mm is 2.5cm n thats equals 1 inch?
i don't think that it is a real gun...
*Refer to my previous comment* (look up)
dude i mean if there was a gun that i could buy that was a real version of that i would get it....
not knowing the size of the hand in the picture, i can only estimate that they're around the same diameter as a 14 or 12 guage shotgun shells. honestly, though, what would you want it for? somebody order a hit on an elephant? do a lotta hiking in bear country? opening one of those annoying blisterpacks that electronics come in?
I'm 6'4" so i got big hands. The cylinder is 3 1/2" long - so the shells are 1" diameter and 3 1/2" length. I would imagine the recoil on something like that if it were real would crush just about every bone in your arm and seriously dislocate your shoulder. I read somewhere the original prop is 10kg (22lb)!! Mine weighs 2.5kg - if i cast in resin i'd add iron powder and make the thing really hefty :-)
...I can relate to the blister packs....<br/>But I have a band saw.<br/>=)<br/>
i read somewhere about a british study that showed that they caused something like a hundred emergency room visits in a year... something like that. such a pain...

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