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As a mechanical engineering student, I find furniture made out of beautiful pieces of machinery to be a travesty and kind of insulting. I really hate art like this... some of those confiscated guns in the cube might even be historical pieces that belong in museums. There are all sorts of odd and unique guns that end up in the heat of conflict. <img src="http://www.arniesairsoft.co.uk/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/sad.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":(" border="0" alt="sad.gif" />

 

The cube is interesting, but for the reasons above I abhor it. It would be cool if it was a giant cube-shaped magnet that held all of the guns on it, but it isn't, so it gets the thumbs down.

 

Don't get me wrong, I am an art enthusiast, I even like some modern art. However, these modern sculptures are kind of lame. All of the chairs look really uncomfortable, and has anyone heard of protective coatings? Christ, so much rust.

 

I see two or three rare pieces welded into the chairs and cube. The chairs, and animals are awesome.. the cube is just.. meh.

 

They're making AKs every day, who cares if a few examples our of a million or so produced variation get chopped up and made into bad *albatross* chairs? I'd still buy one if they were available for purchase state side. (and replace the still functional slab sided mags in it with more common ribbed steel mags hehehe..)

 

Hell, if Romanian AK parts kits were still $65 dollars a pop, I'd consider making a chair like this of my own. Sucks that to do it now would cost upwards of 3K. :(

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that intimidator is amazing! scary how many parts left over though!! (if it were a normal weapon!)

 

must take som ememory work to recall all the parts and their place within the puzzle

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