"Wanted" Long Range Sniper Bullet

Introduction: "Wanted" Long Range Sniper Bullet

First episode outlines the plan for the build including movie references to obtain measurements and prop specifics.

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Step 1: Reference Photos and Artwork

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Step 2: "Wanted" Long Range Sniper Bullet

Sculpting raw cast pewter pieces into the basic parts of the forward tip of the bullet. Hardest part to achieve so tackled first.

Step 3: "Wanted" Long Range Sniper Bullet

This episode covers assembly of the parts the make up the front of the long range bullet.

Step 4: "Wanted" Long Range Sniper Bullet

This episode details the rear end of the bullet.

Step 5: "Wanted" Long Range Sniper Bullet

This episode details the engraving and the display case and finished prop.

Full Spectrum Laser Contest 2016

Participated in the
Full Spectrum Laser Contest 2016

Hand Tools Only Contest 2016

Participated in the
Hand Tools Only Contest 2016

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Discussions

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TimothyG34
TimothyG34

4 years ago

hello Dan3008 my thoughts are a sniper round can be a 22 or a 50 BMG for short or long range,