This took me.. a long as time. :p
Finally its done, im going to get going on my gun for the gun contest as soon as I can(I have alot of homework). The M4 is probably one of the worlds most known weapon to date. Its a classic weapon used by the U.S military and has been used for centuries and its still one of the best performing guns out there. My replica weighs 2 kilos and is 77 cm long. Did a couple of creative stuff, hope you like it!
About this creation
- Tactical rail
- Dust cover
- working Bolt
- Adjustable stock
- working stock
- 1:1 scale
- Mag release
Overall views of the M4, both sides and so on.
Heres the bolt pulled back, if you look closely you can glimse a rubberband in the chamber
Here is the mag. I was tired of building simple 2x8 mags and wanted something with a little bit more detail. After some thinking and experimenting this is what I came up with. Looks great according to me !
The stock and the diffrent positions. The adjustable stock modes. Very sturdy, after all. In the begining it was falling of all the time and I got extremly pissed haha. But after some thinking and experimenting I used some technic pieces and a couple of technic to make it solid. It works, not the best but i defenitly compact
Here is the bipod, the springs on the top och the legs makes the legs fold up by themselves and the angle between the legs make them stay in that position. The legs can be locked in a closed position for increased mobolity
Heres a demonstration of the removable upper reciver. Not new just a really cool feature.
Some images of my Hybrid sights, it turned out real nice. The technique with the tire was pretty cool. The sights are completly hollow and you can see right through.
Red dot sight
Thanks for watching ! If you like what you see or have some comments then dont be afraid to come out and say it ! Im always open for critisism. Although this gun took a long time and 4 bricklink orders to build I must say I like how it turned out. Until next time
Wow! Fantastic job. You put such amazing amount of detail! What really puts this over the top is the serrations on the side of the bolt for the forward assist. I don't believe I've seen anyone else do that. Most impressive!
this is great! love the color details and you used so many great techniques in this, i love the legs you used in between the receivers for the circle part! those attachments are all so great i would love too see a tutorial on that bipod! the detail you put into this is amazing man, totally your best!