By johnminterc
#4893595
]this is my first replica trap build from scratch so be gentle! I built it all from the ground up using balsa and styrene its not 100% accurate to the GB1 hero but its pretty darn close. its suppose to be and older trap thats been used for the last 30 years in the field so its scuffed and beat up. just wanted to share it on here and see what people thought[url]

I've got more painting do and clean up the weathering but this is where I am now plus need another knob for the front plate and finish the doors and the blocks that go next to the front meter box
Last edited by johnminterc on May 20th, 2017, 3:29 pm, edited 1 time in total.
By johnminterc
#4893704
I changed the diameter on the handle no one gas me the tip that the original one I had on there was way to fat.its not exactly right but I think its pretty good and close to replica for my first build and completely from scratch except for the tear drop knob and the metal side plating I got off the GB store.

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By johnminterc
#4902178
I used Sean bishops blueprints for all the measurements. It’s mostlh accurate to the movie except for the aluminum rods are a little bigger than they should be but not bad for my first scratch build
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