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Awesome Mass Effect 2 M-29 Incisor Rifle Prop Surfaces, Garrus Approves

by Paul Strauss
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There’s nothing like a good geek weapon to get me drooling, and this prop gun based on the M-29 Incisor Rifle from Mass Effect 2 has me salivating in spades.

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The cosplay gun was created by prop-maker Zander Brandt of ZPROPS, and it’s a dead-ringer for the M-29 sniper rifle from the game, including all the little details, and a perfect paintjob.

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It was created for a client who is working on a matching costume to go with. I’d think it would look quite perfect at the side of Garrus Vakarian – though I actually don’t know what the costume will be.

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The only thing missing is the ability for this thing to actually fire rounds. There’s nothing quite like a weapon with the accuracy of a sniper rifle that can fire bursts of multiple bullets in a fraction of a second, and I wish it was standard issue in every FPS.

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He built the prop rifle from MDF and PVC tube and used styrene to cover up the rough edges and seams so he wouldn’t have to use Bondo.

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Check out Zander’s full work log and more photos of this outstanding build over at the ZPROPS blog. Part one is here, and the finished weapon can be found here.

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Comments (1):

  1. Brad says:

    do the makers ever sell the props, and if so, what is the asking price?

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