Crafty Man Builds Mass Effect Sniper Rifle

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Prop builder Zander Brandt figured the world was short on replica M-29 Incisor rifles from Mass Effect 2. So he went and made one.

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The Incisor is one of the sniper rifles available in the game, and for most of it was my go-to weapon; it's the one that fires three shots at once.

Most of the gun is made from wood, meticulously carved and then sanded before being painted to achieve the metallic look. The cosplayer who commissioned the gun is going to be very happy with the end product.

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Mass Effect 2 M-29 Incisor Rifle Part II. Finished! [Zander Brandt]


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Illustration for article titled Crafty Man Builds emMass Effect/em Sniper Rifle
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A serious question here, why is it that paint technology has never advanced in the futere of video games?

Look at all the chipping paint on everything, has top coat and sealer technology been lost in some sort of paintpocalypse?

And why are they using paint at all surly materials technology has, in the age of interstellar flight, advanced to the point where we can dye and tint ultra carbon fiber or whatever these are made of.