YouTuber ZaziNombies’s DIY LEGO flamethrower is pretty awesome. It is based on the “Purifier” flamethrower from Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. It took him about 1,200 bricks to create and yes, it actually shoots flames.
Like many of you, Caleb Kraft is a fan of Fallout 4. Unlike many of you he’s a maker both in the game and in real life. When he saw the concept art for a new version of the series’ flaming sword he decided to make a fully-functioning replica.
What you see here is the most spectacular Halo Needler replica that you can actually buy. This thing comes from NECA Toys and was made with help from Microsoft and 343 Studios using the actual 3D models from the game.
Win your next rubber band fight in style with this wooden rubber band gun from Elastic Precision. It’s modeled after the classic Walther PPK handgun, just like the one James Bond prefers.
What’s really cool is that this rubber band gun can be loaded up with five bands, and then fired semi-automatically when you pull the trigger:
Head on over to the Technabob Shop and grab the PPK Rubber Band Gun for just $24.99(USD).
The railgun is one of the most popular sci-fi weapons, perhaps eclipsed only by the lightsaber and anything with lasers on it. Part of its appeal is that it’s based on real physics. It could exist, and it does exist!
Master LEGO MOCer ZaziNombies made a nearly life-size model of Telesto, one of the exotic weapons that you can get in Destiny‘s newest expansion, The Taken King.
ZaziNombies didn’t need to farm for purple engrams, but like most MOCs he had to get creative with many of the rifle’s 650 LEGO pieces, such as using a purple windshield for the holoscope and whips for the cables.
Etsy shop MiraCrafts not only makes chocobos, it also has bounty from Pandora. Shop owner Marika can hand sculpt – or at least she’ll try to – any character, weapon or item from the Borderlands series into a 3D pendant.
Blade of the Black Swordsman sounds like some sort of interracial adult movie, but it’s not. It’s actually a really cool black sword made out of foam. With it, you can best your enemies without drawing blood, and having to go to jail/the hospital.
Star Trek III fans, here is your sidearm. This is a replica of the phaser used in The Search for Spock. The phaser is a combination of two replicas with a removable Type 1 cricket phaser and a Type 2 pistol grip.
This Green Lantern-inspired ring is the latest invention of laser-obsessed prop maker Patrick Priebe. It shoots a laser beam. It burns stuff. He won’t sell it to us. Dammit.
As usual, to keep idiots from blinding themselves Patrick is staying mum on how he made the ring.
We’ve seen a couple of decent replicas of Kylo Ren’s three-pronged lightsaber, but if you’re looking for a top notch build look no further than Saberforge’s wares. Its crossguard lightsabers come in four variants, each with a handle made of 6061 aluminum alloy.
Kirby Downey loves to 3D print fictional weapons as a hobby. His latest work is a case for an automatic electric pistol in the form of Destiny‘s beloved hand cannon Thorn.
The case is based on Kirby’s life-size Thorn scale model, modified to fit the CYMA Glock 18C AEP.
Last month we checked out Hero Complex Props’ 3D printed Ultron mask. Here’s their latest creation, a life-size replica of a compound bow from the Thief games, made almost entirely out of 3D printed parts.
3D Print says it took 50 hours to print the 32″ bow’s 16 main parts.
Philip Isherwood and his team at Saber Forge are known for making high quality lightsaber replicas. Now they’d like to share the wonder of building your own lightsaber with Adaptive Saber Parts (ASP). These modular parts will let you build and customize your lightsaber even if you don’t have tools or experience.