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Call of Duty: Black Ops 3's Purifier Made of Real Legos, Shoots Real Fire

ZaziNombies over on YouTube has done it again. He previously made one of Destiny's rarer weapons, the Sleeper Stimulant but this time he takes things a step further. People requested he make Call of Duty: Black Ops 3's Purifier -- which is a flame thrower by the way -- out of Legos and he decided he would, including that whole flamethrower part.
The gun took about 1,200 little plastic pieces, all from different sets (he said he even used some R2-D2 heads for the round parts on the top of the gun. And it's one of the bigger guns he's made at almost 3 feet in length. Usually, I wouldn't get so excited or intrigued by a Lego replica but I've got to say it's kind of amazing that he made a working Lego Flamethrower.
He doesn't go into details about the flamethrower part of the build, which is probably a good thing since there's probably a couple of you weird dummies out there who think making a flamethrower in your house is a good idea. For the record, it's never a good idea. Why would you think that's a good idea, Robert?
Listen, I know you fancy yourself a master... crafter but when are you ever going to need use that thing? What do you mean you have a squirrel problem? So what? No, you don't just burn shit down until the squirrels are gone, you call animal control or something you fucking psychopath. What the fuck, Robert. Get your shit together and get out of my house. I don't think we can be friends anymore.
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