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How To Make a Clone Sharp Shooter
How to make a Clone Sharp Shooter without buying a custome made sniper riffle from the internet?
About this creation

In every legion of Clone troopers, there a clone sharp shooter in the team.Clone snipers, also known as clone sharpshooters, were a specialized variant of clone troopers who served in the Grand Army of the Republic. They carried specialized sniper riflesin the field.








Their main mission designation was to eliminate Separatist battle droid infantry from a distance. Clone snipers were chosen from only the most accurate and alert clone troops, and may have received specialized training from clone assassins.
So how to make a Sniper Riffle?

since my favourite clone trooper are Commander Bly's 327th Star Corps, i will use them as example

First, you need a normal clone's riffle, a black coloured hand piece, a cylindrical technic piece, and a fishing gun from the Aqua Raider's set.






. The tools you will need are blade and a cellophane tape








Cut about 1.5 cm from the end down.







connect all the piece and you will get a sniper riffle ( looks a bit like M-16 to me). if your head of the gun is a bit loose, tape a cellophane tape around it to make the diameter bigger before inserting it.







Now, you have a Sniper Riffle!















thank you and please feel free to leave a review!



Comments

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  October 20, 2013
Just ignore the person below me. I personally know him. He not only used to cut the legos, he would suck on them.
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  October 20, 2013
That is so sweet. Awesome design you did. But the compromise idea of using a Lego screw driver in replacement for the Lego spear gun part is a good way not to waste a good Lego piece. But your design is so well thought out it makes my mouth drop in amazement.
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  October 20, 2013
Though it looks great, I don't like the idea of cutting...any...Legos...
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  October 20, 2013
That's really cool the most useful moc of the day to myself all year!
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  October 20, 2013
There are many better, purist ways to do this. Congrats though.
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  November 19, 2011
great!!!!! Got heaps of the spearguns so i will try it!
Ryan Huo
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South Pie
  January 27, 2011
I'm gonna try that...
  January 27, 2011
Sorry to say, I'm not a big fan of this design, especially the cutting part. Instead, you should have used a minifig-scale screw driver. It would look just the same, and you wouldn't have to cut 13 cents worth of awesomeness.
  January 27, 2011
As the people below said you can use a screw driver and you can also use a range finder antenna thing from the newer clones.
  January 27, 2011
There is no problem with cutting I cut all my mods and they are awesome! But you could of glued instead of tapped, I find it easier but otherwise Great MOC!
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  January 27, 2011
or you could just add a lego screw driver accecory on the end but good anyway
  January 27, 2011
there is no need to cut
  January 27, 2011
There are many ways to do it better without cutting. I don't like needless cutting.
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  January 27, 2011
i all most have mine done (: thx
  January 27, 2011
Same as the comment below me, I don't really like the whole cutting up LEGOs thing. Have you tried using a screwdriver element instead?
  January 27, 2011
I am really not a fan of the design not only because of the cutting and tape but also because the same design can be achieved with a lego screw driver in place of the harpoon and no modified pieces.
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  January 27, 2011
Good design. I use almost exactly the same thing, but instead of the harpoon piece, I put one of those antenna attachments for a clone helmet into the technic piece.
  January 27, 2011
Aughhh! No cutting!...oh well, at least it looks good...:(
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  January 27, 2011
Nice! I'm nervous to do this, though, cuz I only have 1 harpoon thing. And I don't think this should be a sniper rifle-m16, sure. Something about the clip. Too long. Snipers have 1-8 round mags this looks like 30.
  January 27, 2011
what did you do steal my idea for the mag? ha ha just kidding, but I did make that same thing 2 years ago.
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  January 27, 2011
Nice design, though the way seems quite brutal to me.
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  January 27, 2011
haha!! grats on MOTD!! and to think i commented on this almost 3 years ago when i first found it...
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  January 27, 2011
Good job!!!!
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  January 27, 2011
nice congrats on motd! ~Sam :o
Ryan Huo
Legoteen 1138
  October 7, 2010
You could always just use a Lego minifig screwdriver instead of cutting the harpoon.
 I like it 
  May 9, 2010
nice concept and instructions
  March 26, 2010
It's nice and the barrel is cool but I'm not into cutting up peices so I'll stick with my guns(literally and metaphorically) and just improvise with whatever I've got. Besides, I don't have a harpoon piece.
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  January 30, 2010
Looks great! I can't wait to build it!
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  January 21, 2010
Awesome. 5/5:) Can you check out my Dark Templar?
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  July 17, 2009
Nice sniper rifle. I have never seen a clone sniper rifle, so I can't say if it looks like the real thing, but it does look freaking awesome!
  June 23, 2009
instead of slicing lego why dont u just use a minifig skrewdriver
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  January 27, 2009
Awesome! Very nice design!
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  October 7, 2008
its aweseom but i would give it a 5 if it was meant to be a m-16 cause thts wut it reminds me of lol =]
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  August 20, 2008
sweet rifle!! might have to use this sometime!!
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  August 18, 2008
thank you ive been wanting good guns for my clones for ages and now i can make them
  July 2, 2008
its ok,but i have already done that,without the spear gun peice.it makes no difference anyway
  March 28, 2008
Another way to do this without cutting pieces would be to use a minifig screw driver instead of the harpoon.
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  March 27, 2008
Excellent! Very realistic design.
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  March 13, 2008
You asked about those ships on my homepage? The biggest one is my Senate class, the second smallest is unnamed, and the tiniest I call the MINI.
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  March 13, 2008
I like the deatail. post more pics so I can make one.
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  March 13, 2008
Cool, nice job its cool that is super great work.
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  March 5, 2008
It is so basic,yet so awesome.Great job,the rifle looks good.Come check out my my weapons if you get the the chance: )I made my sniper-rifle a little diferently.
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  March 2, 2008
I love how you added instructions.!!!
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  February 29, 2008
that is gret 5* meterial!
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  February 29, 2008
Cool gun and nice one for sharing how you made it. Also I see you have had ago at fitting a visor to you commander.
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  February 29, 2008
and if you dont want to cut the harpoon gun you can always use a lego screwdriver
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  February 29, 2008
This is very good, looks better than the original. I also do my MOCs on elite clones [Alpha Squad].
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  February 29, 2008
this is very good but have you sean brick arms wheapans you did very good and I might use that on my sev im making.
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  February 29, 2008
ah!! Lego got cut!! but, do what you gotta, I'm not gonna hold you back. My sniper rifle will just be longer. :)
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  February 29, 2008
Pretty handy the whole creation looks smooth, I might try the design.
 
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