Awesome DIY Mass Effect M8 Avenger Assault Rifle Prop

Posted: Aug 26 2010, 7:49am CDT | by , in News | Gaming

 
Awesome DIY Mass Effect M8 Avenger Assault Rifle Prop
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I really love Mass Effect; it is one of my favorite PC games of all times. The workhorse weapon in the game is the M8 Assault Rifle and a geek has built his own replica of the weapon and done one heck of a job with it.

One look at this thing and you can tell that the builder Harrison Krix is no normal fan and DIY hobbyist. Krix is a graphic designer and first made his own blueprints for the weapon from a mash up of the two versions seen on the game box art.

The gun was built out of wood and then carved and painted to look almost just like the game weapon. Krix does say in a disclaimer, "If you email me and ask to buy this gun for $28, I will say yes; I will then take your money and mail you a box of wood shavings. You have been warned."

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