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Barrett M82A1
Full Size Barrett M82A1. Has full field strip working bolt, working trigger, extendable bipod,removable magazine, Only about 10-20 pieces are dark or light grey
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This is my Barrett M8A1 it took me about 5 months to design and complete....i apologize for the bits of gray here and there, another version will probably be completely black. The bolt is powered by a twisted rubber band (to increase tension) and chambers a 50. Cal round. now the rounds aren't actually 50. cal because putting a round of that size in the magazine would wreck the scale. The magazine holds ten rounds and is slanted on the bottom, a release pin holds it in place. The entire length is 57 (standard) inches and matches very nicely to the real rifle. A cheap 4X scope is mounted to the rifle, this is much better then any lego scope, along with the iron sights. The trigger works, and will eventually have a "Brickgun" style sound piece at the top. The entire rifle can be assembled and disassembled in about 2 minutes, the bi pod can be extended and locked in about 30 seconds. The muzzle brake measures 9 studs across, the main body measures 5 studs across, the magazine and grip measure 3 studs across. The cheek rest measures 6 studs across. The shoulder pad and butt stock measure 4 studs across.

If anyone can help me redesign my buttstock/cheekrest let me know, the problem is , since it is easily removable it is fairly delicate, if anyone could let me know how to beef it up a bit id appreciate it.

Sorry about the photograph quality, I'm a suckish photographer and i don't have my digital SLI cannon on me.





These are just some general shots to give you an idea of what it looks like.





Looking down the barrel.





The rifle disassembled... all of this fits into a briefcase/book bag/duffelbag for easy transport...the pieces can be assembled or disassembled in under a minute



Some more shots.....
















The bolt, closed...






The bolt, open with the round visible

When released the bolt slaps forward with a satisfying "clack"







The bolt, removed, with chamber and round visible.....you wouldn't believe how much crap i had to go through to get that bolt out :P







The bolt, removed.....The blue technic piece is connected to a small rubberband holder with a (+) connector pin... it is forced to swivel slightly to slide through a small section of the rifle








A few of the rounds....








Looking down the magazine...( please note that the magazine can hold 10 rounds, but since i only have enough of the yellow technic pieces for 7, including the one in the chamber, i put a block to make the magazine appear to be full.)







A shot of the cheap scope and mountings, it just uses the standard O ring 3/8in adjustable clamp to secure it to the 2 x8 brick.






The carrying handle, i never use it to actually carry the rifle lol:P







The grip and trigger mechanism, (removed during field strip)





The 20 inch barrel with arrow muzzle brake....the barrel is a little harder then the other pieces to remove but overall it isnt that bad.






The bolt ( pulled back, the grip is removed in this shot so you can see where the bolt his when it is retracted) , the gun is upside down.







The medsection/main body whatever....this area in itself took me about a month and a half to build.....it was very tricky getting exactly the right dimensions, yet giving the mechanisms enough tolerances.






Another picture of the barrel, removed

sorry about the glare on that one






The trigger mechanism: simply a twisted rubberband attached to the top of the trigger, i will eventually make this more complex and incorporate a "Brickgun" style lever at the top.





The rifle on some new carpet.... i just kinda liked the shadowing effect :P






The main photo again, in case you didn't catch the awesomeness the first time around, or incase your computer is pathetically slow and it didn't load the photos until now.








Just for all intents purposes and further uses, i will not be making instruction for this rifle, it takes waaaaayyyyyy to long and its honestly not worth it, however i do not mind helping the aspiring designer through email or comment on mocpages.

If you decide to rate this any lower than 5 stars, i will require a 4 page essay outlining your points and argument in CMS style with at least 10 sources clearly reference via footnotes.






Comments

  October 4, 2013
I like jour cuns
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  October 4, 2013
very good!
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  February 17, 2013
Great Job!
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  January 26, 2011
very nice congrats on motd
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  January 26, 2011
very accurate in design. i've actually fired on of these beasts and let me tell you, it's not an experience i want to repeat in the near future. that said very nice and keep up the good work.
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  January 26, 2011
that is amazing!
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  April 18, 2010
omg!!!!! that is sooooo cool!! im working on a lego gun myself,but im not very good can you give me some tips?
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  February 25, 2010
Hey nice gun can you see mine? It's Lego Barrett .50cal v3 by hiyooooo( 17 zeroes).
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  September 18, 2009
from a distance, that thing looks real.
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  September 3, 2009
Very good, but there are many many small things that I am bothered by. First is not with the Barrett itself; the photos are blurry which makes it very difficult to give an accurate review. More coming soon. Sorry for not commenting earlier.
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  July 3, 2009
poopa scoopa
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  June 11, 2009
That's fantastic!But where did you get the pieces for the rounds from?!
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  June 11, 2009
Quoting Callum King-Underwood Wouldn't the main pieces break if you were to put it in a bag. I love it though. Try operating one at the beginning "one shot, one kill" on Call of Duty 4. Thats always fun cos you get to blow some guys arm right off.
Nope, that's exactly how i transported it to my other house, it held up very very well.
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  May 18, 2009
It is fantastic! Yet, make a link to see a video of it shoot. If you want, send me an email at Alastara@aol.com (BE SURE TO SAY THAT IT IS YOU) and i can give you some detailed instructions on how to make my lego desert eagle. I'm going to buy it from the lego store and if you want to build it yourself, it is well worth it. The Desert Eagle is about life size, yet, it costs $41.52 (but I think it's so worth it). Also, most of my guns which are also really cool never take more than 8 hours to complete. Some take just 3 hours. But hey, your gun is awesome and I can acutally see how it would take those months. Well, good luck on future projects. -Tommy Keller
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  February 4, 2009
Amazing, I have a suggestion, add a extendabal MAG and a silencer and 2 other types of scopes. Good Job, you are a great builder and have a right to be in the Rifle Club.
  January 29, 2009
Pretty good...lot of time and pieces...although FYI the M82 used by the army (I'm assuming you're modeling it after that?) has a 29 inch barrel. I you're just going for the 20" barrel on the civilian model M82A1, then never mind. Good job though mate!
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  January 22, 2009
Wow, I like the size. Its pretty impresive. One thing I like is the scope on top. Very nice!
bin dover
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Callum King-Underwood
  January 11, 2009
Wouldn't the main pieces break if you were to put it in a bag. I love it though. Try operating one at the beginning "one shot, one kill" on Call of Duty 4. Thats always fun cos you get to blow some guys arm right off.
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  January 4, 2009
hey man awesome gun way better than any thing i could do.
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  December 8, 2008
real nice but this gun is to nice to not really fire somesort of lego piece. maybe it`s an idea to make a thin hollow barrel supported bij outside tires i tried this it`s really tough and it looks like a silencer. but this gun is really nice and it shows off the work that`s put in ( i hope the grey blocks are gone now haha just kidding) creative greetings
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  December 8, 2008
Hey, Tres, by the way, are you shure it's real scale? On the pictures it looks big, but not THAT big. However, its a nice rifle, and when are you going to finish your v2? Keep up the work, could you please try to make a Thompson m1921? Thanks a lot, Tres.
bin dover
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Marco <3|Heart|Studio's
  November 22, 2008
lokks good mate
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  November 4, 2008
Tres go back were you came from!!!!!!!!
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  October 30, 2008
Can i please have it.Ill take very good care of it.I will put it in my case that i have been waiting to put on of these in.My address is Groveton,New Hamshire 26 Melcher street.There are two mail boxes on should say a and one should say b.Go to the back porch and leve it right in the corner.
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  October 25, 2008
I "MIGHT" put it up on Ebay, after purchasing the remaining pieces in black of course...looking for 600+ on it.... xcal13, the bolt is not terribly difficult to make and I have a photo of the magazine like that and I probably should upload it, The rounds are not ejected.
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  October 25, 2008
i would like to now how to make the bolt p.s do cartriges fall out and a shot of the magasine removed (side) would be much abliged
bin dover
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Ray Templeton
  October 20, 2008
Good, but the barrel looks too long, and the gun itself looks too thin, try to make the back area bigger, overall it is a good model.
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  October 20, 2008
Barrel is the correct size as are all of the other dimensions, check out their website, Barrettrifles.com, they have dimensions full size zoom tool and exploded views as well
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  October 7, 2008
Awesome! That's the best .50 cal. ive ever seen!
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  October 5, 2008
cool. please review my m107 Barrett.
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  October 4, 2008
very good model of the barret...the only thing i'd say to do would b to increase the body..hefty-ness if u would like to call it that..and make the scope different...just looks odd being that small..other than that very good
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  October 4, 2008
Nice! if i could suggest that you make the bipod smaller, a lego scope, and make the mag a little bit bigger (i know that's hard with the working component(does it really work?)). if you want to use some ideas from my barrett, feel free. also if you want, i could help you beef up your stock and other parts. keep up the good work.
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  October 4, 2008
Time: You've got too much of it :P
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  October 4, 2008
Amaziing detail on this for the amount of peices you had. What I think is that this acctually shots? Which would be sweet. Please correct me if I am wrong.
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  October 4, 2008
I never use help, and i am proud to say that I have not purchased an official lego set in over four years:P I strongly disagree with Lego's policy about no guns no military and to my best to show it
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  October 4, 2008
Looks great! Please note that on this site blurry pictures tend to lower ratings, so get your hands back on that Canon as quickly as possible. I put up a 5 mostly because I love the Barrett '82 and also because I don't have the energy for a 4-page essay right now :) Good work, keep 'em coming!
 
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