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My Mini Arsenal part 1 . . I wanted a way to display the weapons I've been designing for my figs. What better way than pegboard? The guns aren't attached to the pegboard, they just rest on the pegs. This display has pistols, shotguns, submachine guns, and automatics. Some are old, some have been tweaked, and a couple are brand new. Revolver, works for a Python or Magnum Pistol, works for a 45 or something similar 9mm, Beretta replica Larger pistol, works for a Desert Eagle Shotgun with shells Sawed off shotgun Still love that it breaks open Micro Uzi Uzi MP5 Kriss Vector, one of my newest models. Been playing a lot of Last Stand: Union City. This weapon is in the game, it's called an SV-SMG. It's one of my favorites, but hard to find. Has a unique design that was fun to replicate. P90, my other new model. This little bugger was tough. I had to chop off a lot of the rear of the gun to make it fit in the hand and arm... but it looks great when held Steyr AUG Tommy Gun, little tweaks on this one since Two Face AK-47 M4... with shotgun


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