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Fallout 4 The Last Minute Prop Replica

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Fallout 4 is full of interesting designs, including The Last Minute. The weapon is a unique rifle that packs a wallop. Show and Tell Props made an insanely detailed replica of the prop, even though the weapon looks impossible to duplicate. They took three months for the build and poured almost 300 hours into the project. They stuck to using only hand tooled parts for the project — nothing was 3D printed. They used materials such as wood, Smooth-On Mold Max, and Sculpt Nouveau paint products to add the aged, grimy look. You can see a few in-progress pics below and you can find more in Show and Tell’s build thread on The Replica Props Forum.

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via Fashionably Geek, photos via The RPF/Show and Tell Props


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