The angles on this gun were so fun to make, it took a lot of 1x3 slopes but the outcome looks great, and the oval indent is the first of its kind! As i am still waiting for the remaining pieces for my TAR-21, and it being white left me a lot of black to work with, i decided to make in my opinion one of the craziest weapons; The Vector. One of my main goals in this was too make it sturdy enough to hold with one hand, still with the strange angle method i used, and yes it can actually be held with one hand:)!
About this creation
The main angle of this was i believe 30 degrees, one of the hardest parts was evening the bottom and the front side back to a 90 degree angle.
Yes the stock extends, friction keeps it in place just fine.
It also folds to the side, i have an indent on the stock arm so the safety doesn't interfere with its folding.
The bolt on the other side pulled back, reveals the chambered round.
Some iron sights, i dont really like how the iron sights look on the vector, which is why i only just now on the last few pictures added them to my Lego Vector.
The sights flipped up.
I will upload the TAR-21 as soon as my missing pieces come in the mail, sorry about the wait. If you like my Vector, please give it a like and feel free to comment with what you think! thanks. after my TAR-21, would you like too see an M40, an AS50, an Cheytac Intervention V2, or a P90 V2?
I really like how you not only executed the angles but used the arch pieces for the cutouts in the magazine well. Excellent use of SNOT techniques, including the connection for the accessory rail under the barrel. I would really like to have seen a spring-loaded trigger and an actual hole in the muzzle of the barrel, but the other features (and the overall level of refinement) make up for this.
This is by far!!!!the best vector I have EVER seen you picked a great model to do its so awesome!the only thing I have against is to me the barrel seems a little then compared to the rest of the gun but I it might be just me please check out my creations!-lego factory
Best Vector on mocpages no doubt, if not the best one on the internet! The overall shaping is amazing and the fact that the entire lower reciver is built angeld diffrently from the rest of the body is very impressive! Looking forward to see your tar 21. Would have been nice to see a few more attachments in there though :( Anyway Great job!