LEGO Heavy Weapons Book

LEGO Heavy Weapons Book

If you want a collection of cool guns without the expense and danger of real firearms, you need LEGO Heavy Weapons: Build Working Replicas of Four of the World’s Most Impressive Guns. This new book gives you complete detailed instructions and parts lists so you can build your own LEGO versions of four iconic weapons. Gun aficionados (and Call of Duty gamers) will immediately recognize the weapons: Desert Eagle handgun, AKS-74U assault rifle, SPAS combat shotgun, and Lee-Enfield sniper rifle.

These 1:1 scale replica guns don’t just look like the real weapons, they actually can shoot LEGO bricks and have working features like folding stocks, detachable magazines, and functional triggers.

LEGO Gun Replicas from Heavy Weapons Book

LEGO Heavy Weapons will show you how to build brick-based models of:

  • The compact but deadly AKS-74U assault rifle with folding stock
  • A massive Desert Eagle handgun, with working blowback action
  • A pump action SPAS combat shotgun
  • A bolt-action Lee Enfield sniper rifle (a.k.a. Jungle Carbine)

Each set of instructions includes a complete parts listing, so you can find (or special order) any hard-to-find bricks. The book’s illustrated, step-by-step building instructions will be clear to anyone who’s ever played with LEGO bricks, and the biggest models will challenge and delight even the most serious builders.

LEGO Heavy Weapons is available from Amazon.com for only $14.08 and is eligible for free shipping with $25 order. This is an impressive deal given this book was just released May 23, 2012, and already you can buy it for 44% off the list price of $24.95. It is currently $13.94 at Overstock.com.

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About Ryan Cooper

Originally from Chicago, Ryan currently lives in San Diego, California. He has a Computer Engineering degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and has worked at a range of high-tech companies from research powerhouse Bell Laboratories to leading semiconductor companies and Silicon Valley startups.

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