Paper Weapon Arsenal Model
This lethal-looking pair are the latest in London-based Postlerferfuson’s Death Machine series, which launched with a pulp AK-47 model as the core of the "Paper Wars" exhibit in 2008. Designer Martin Postler's aim is to spotlight the darker side of iconic design. The paper grenade is a 2:1 model of the Mills Bomb, the archetype of this hand-triggered weapon. This ball of destruction was developed by a golf club maker, no less, William Mills, who later committed it to the British Army. The MP-5 is the Machine Pistol 5, among the most widely wielded automatic--and lethal--"gadgets," along with walkie talkies and handcuffs, among security forces, legal and otherwise, worldwide. The attraction? Radical, compact modularity that reflects modern industrial production. The M4A8 is a compact variant of the Colt M16, so standard among US Marines during the Vietnam War, it became a symbol of that war. A decade before, Lieutenant Uziel Galfor invented the Uzi for the Israeli armed forces, and as a small, cheap and easy weapon it's one of the most commercially successful weapons of the 20th century. Whatever the drill, guns is guns and they look better in paper. We said it before with the paper AK-47, and we say it again: If only the world’s wars could be solved with paper, glue and a pack of colored Sharpies.
All models life-sized and accurate
Not recommended for people under age 18.
Recommended for experienced crafters.
Construction time depends on handcrafting abilities.
Does not contain glue and cutter.