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Wednesday
Oct092013

Watch a Cool Video Tour of Volpin Prop's Killer Workshop

Some, if not most of you, have heard of Volpin Props. They make the super detailed and awesome replicas of all your favorite video game weapons, armor and gadgetry. The man behind the madness is Harrison Krix and he shows off all his fun tools that make the replica magic happen.

AND IT'S ALL SORTS OF AWESOME MACHINERY I (we) WANT.

Monday
Nov052012

Fallout 3 Terrible Shotgun Made Real Enough to Kill For

The terrible shotgun from Fallout 3 is brutal at close range (we ALL know this), so Volpin Props was commissioned to make this extremely awesome replica for the web series Nuka Break. Of course, this is a replica weapon and does not actually fire real rounds, but that would never stop someone like yourself from pretending.

Read on to see more pics of this badass shotty.

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Thursday
Jan052012

The Half Life Gravity Gun Prop That Sold for $21,000 at Charity Auction

Volpin Props makes some seriously awesome scifi weapon props, this being one of them. The gravity gun you see above is from Valve's Half Life series and this is the most realistic IRL version of it ever made. The gun was sold at a charity auction at an astonishingly awesome $21,000 for the childs play charity that helps kids in hospitals around the world.

Note: Once you are old and in a hospital no one gives a rats ass, let alone auction off cool weapons for you. *sigh*... Kids get everything.

[ source with way more photos ]

Sunday
Sep182011

Back to the Future Daft Punk DeLorean Photoshoot is Totally Rad

Daft Punk meets our favorite time-traveling car, the DeLorean, for an awesome debuting of Volpin Props newest helmet addition to an already awesome collection of scifi, video game and movie awesomeness. Read on to check out some of my favorite photos that are going to make you as futuristically nostalgic as robotically possible.

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