Custom Mondo Sniper


Lizard

Active Hunter
I have started my stealth sniper rifle. Pictures will be in a minute downloading them.

My sniper and first sidearm
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Sniper barrel and stand

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The tip of the barrel
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This is my little brother aiming the gun
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This is the scope
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My brother with my sidearm
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This is the gun painted and ready for weathering
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Thanks,
Quinn

P.S. tell me whatca think and give me some advise.
 
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Pesh

Active Hunter
I see you have already captured a bounty... good to see he escaped.

Do you have some more pipes you could add to make a scope? Every sniper needs a scope.

Also mate, try to be a bit more careful when typing away, bad spelling means people will have a hard time taking you seriously but also won’t be able to find your stuff when they use the search tool...

Savvy?
 

Kyram

Hunter
Looks pretty good. Did you consider adding a scope to your sniper rifle? You may even be able to make one using extra PVC pipes and fittings.
 

Lizard

Active Hunter
This is the scope I made. I just dont know how i could put it on the gun.If anyone has any ideas just post them hear.

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Note:the dates are wrong on the pictures.
 

Scott Kaufmann

The Dent
Community Staff
You could look into screwing some RIS or picatinny rails into the "reciever" and then just use some mounts for the scope.

Props on using the proper term sidearm.
 

jodo

Well-Known Hunter
my bounty is a she and her name is butter cup. She almost a year old, also i have made a scope.

There for a moment I thought you meant the bounty hunter. :lol: .
For attaching the scope, as said above, just use epoxy.
 

eighteendelta

Active Hunter
You could try making scope mounts out of sculpy or layers of sintra glued together. I know a lot of prop makers use things like hose clamps for scope rings too. It looks like a good start so far.

-x
 

Lizard

Active Hunter
You could look into screwing some RIS or picatinny rails into the "reciever" and then just use some mounts for the scope.

Props on using the proper term sidearm.

Thanks TxFett.
I will either make rail mounts and glue it or just glue it, But i will have to buy some epoxy from walmart.
 
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