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Replica N7 Rifle from Mass Effect 3

Posted on Tuesday, July 26 @ 08:38:42 Eastern by


Harrison Krix of Volpin Props is so talented at making video game object replicas that Mass Effect developer BioWare asked him to create a replica N7 Rifle for a Mass Effect 3 press push at Comic-Con. Looking at the image above, it looks like it's made from steel and has been weathered by intergalactic warfare. That's not the case at all; it's actually made from MDF particle board and is meticulously crafted and painted to look like the real thing (if there were a real thing). Check out a few steps of the painstaking process below:

















These are only a few of the many, many steps that went into creating this superbly-designed replica. To see the rest, be sure to check out Volpin Props' website. They're also responsible for the real-life Portal gun.

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