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N7 Valkyrie Metal replica by NaughtyZoot N7 Valkyrie Metal replica by NaughtyZoot
This piece is made primarily out of solid aluminum. It has a functioning green laser sight and magnetic trigger. It also has rubber grips.
SOLID construction. weighs in at 14.8 lbs. 28.5" long
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nino206 Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2012
omg you just need some ezzo to fire it up ;)
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kkitty23 Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
This is a GORGEOUS piece! It's stuff like this that makes me wish I had endless amounts of money ;3; Incredible work!
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carlfoxmarten Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2012
In my opinion, this is bloody awesome! =^.^=

We need more stuff like this in the fandom!
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Andy1979 Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2012
Amazing recreation. Very well done.
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BigAdam2040 Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2012
Bloody impressive, did you hand machine it or CNC the lot of it?
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NaughtyZoot Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2012
Oh. Well thank you very much. The answer to your question is 100% hand crafted. 0% CNC. It was all done on a 14" jet bandsaw, a 4x36 beltsander, a 1" bandsander, and a drill press...and a lot of hand sanding...
I thought about CNCing it and got one quote....$5000. no thanks. I appreciate it so much more having done it with my own hands.
Thanks again for the compliment.
-Zoot
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BigAdam2040 Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2012
In that case, did you buy all the correct sized stock? As I'd look a this as a big lathe job, due to the barrels / cylinder shapes etc.

Oddly, looking at getting a bandsaw, how do you rate them as a tool in general?
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NaughtyZoot Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2012
Thats quite astute of you. It was a simple matter to buy the correct sized tubes from our metal supplier. No lathe work (wish I had one). Believe it or not I used my bandsaw to do some rough lathe work. If you look closely at some of the details at the ends of the barrels you will see some tapers and groove cuts- all done with the bandsaw and some loving sanding.

I would say the bandsaw is my favorite tool of all I have owned. I have a good (expensive-ish) one which makes all the difference. about $1000, plus some attachments. I dont think much of the cheap little ones but they have value as well. But a big bandsaw is just amazing. You can do an incredible amount of work with it with the right attachements/clever use. I think the Valkyrie is a fitting testament to that. Every cut on that piece was done with a bandsaw.

If you buy one stay in touch and Ill share all I know about them (if you like).
Good luck my friend.
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BigAdam2040 Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2012
$1000 / 500!

I will keep an eye out for one, but my last 100 bones is going on road tax. However I shall keep an eye on your future work.
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