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This is a Real Gun Made to Look Like a Halo Gun

by Conner Flynn
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This is a working Beretta M9A1 designed to look like it came from the Halo games. It has some amazing detail. The grips were custom-designed and feature the UNSC emblem. The gun is real and works. It just needs some covenant to kill.

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Those grips glow in the dark too. They were made by DSgrips. He made this one for redditor ucfnate. The grips cost $120(USD), which isn’t too bad considering how awesome this one looks.

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The color and angles were inspired by Master Chief’s armor. Whether you like guns or not, you have to admit that this one is a beauty.

[via Kotaku]

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Comments (1):

  1. Puddintame says:

    This should really be “Custom Grips Designed to Look Like Halo Grips” since the rest is just a standard Beretta with a rail mounted flashlight. Also, how are the angles designed after Master Chief’s armor since the gun came out in the 80’s and the grips are simply shaped to fit the gun?

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