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Mass Effect 3 N7 Rifle Prop Will Make You J*zz Your Pants (and You Can’t Have It)

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Try to control yourselves people, this is awesome. The gun you see here is a handmade prop that comes from the same dude, Harrison Krix of Volpin Props, who brought us the M8 replica last year. This time out, Krix made this awesome replica of one of the new weapons in Mass Effect 3 on assignment from Bioware.

Mass Effect N7 Replica

The N7 was used in the marketing push for the new video game at Comic-Con. It’s hard to believe when you look at the finished product that these shots aren’t renders made in some 3D application. The photos are of the real thing made from rubber and wood. Krix used wood, clay, and a bunch of other stuff to make the weapon and then cast molds for the prototype.

He then used some sort of modeling rubber to make the finished weapon. The results are so impressive it’s hard to imagine one dude made this in just 14 working days. I hope that having molds for these things means Krix might make more of them and sell them to geeks that can’t live without them.

[via VolpinProps]



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