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Devastator weapons and arms on Primaris?


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Does anyone know how regular marine and devastator weapon arms would scale and fit on a Primaris?

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Should fit more or less fine with only minor adjustments.

Edit: I've fit Mk3/4 heavy Bolters onto them just fine. The backpacks on some weapons may be the ficklest part.

Edited by Kinstryfe, 14 November 2017 - 06:17 PM.


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I was thinking of using Ryza Pattern Lascannons to make devastators, legion combi weapons for sternguard, and Thunder Hammer and Stormshields from the Assault Terminators on Aggressors for TDA. I was even planning to add the little teleporter bits from the GK kits.
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Anyone else had any success bashing Dev-Lascannons onto a Primaris model?



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I built one my Shadow War:Armageddon Space Wolves & Cadian kill team for a counts-as chaos/cultist list. I clipped off the regular SM arms and used the Primaris arms. I had to carve a bit out of the handle since the Primaris arms are a fair bit longer. The trickiest part was the ammo belt, had to carve a lat out of the belt where it hit his right knee and twisted it til it snapped at the bottom to get it to line up. After I took this pic I covered that part with a grass tuft to hide the ugle join. If I were ever to do more of these I'd use the flexible resin ammo belts from Zinge Industries, would have saved a lot of headache.

 

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Edited by Kalamadea, 01 January 2018 - 06:57 AM.

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