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This replica Fallout rifle is jaw-droppingly cool

9:00 PM on 09.22.2009 // Jordan Devore
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The talented man behind the popular and super elaborate Big Daddy costume and our beloved robot overlord's head, Harrison Krix, is at it again. Will he be the next Ben Heckendorn in terms of essentially all of his projects getting coverage from the gaming blogs? I certainly hope so.

Commissioned by a person who needed a high-end weapon for their vault dweller costume, Harrison settled upon creating a real-life version of Fallout 3's AER9 Laser Rifle. As always, he's got a photo walkthrough of the rigorous design process, which you absolutely ought to see.

More than anything else, I just love the weathering effects on the rifle. It really does look like Fallout technology come to life.

[Thanks, Karl]




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