UPDATE: Blaster progress! I'm posting now at 12:48am because my wife just yelled at me for hammering the metal scope rail, and being loud. Haha, whoops! I guess it's too late to make that much noise. So, I'll wrap it up for the night, but I wanted to share my work so far. I hafta say that whitearmor.net is amazing for information on blaster building. As I mentioned before I bought a "DoopyDoo's" E11 resin blaster kit. The kit comes with almost everything you need to build a great screen accurate blaster. The few parts it does not come with are the metal scope rail, a few replacement screws, a center piece for the sight, and lenses for the scope. Most of this stuff is NOT really necessary, but I wanted to challenge myself to build a super screen accurate replica prop blaster. So, with that said here are a few pics of what I've been up to: Here is a shot of my blaster as built so far: On the front of the blaster the resin cast can't quite replicate the accuracy of actual screws. So, I will bore out this part of the resin, and replace it with actual screws: The metal scope rail attaches to the top of the blaster so you can mount scope and counter: Once the rail is machined to size (I had to stop since I got in trouble with the wife) I will be able to mount the scope and counter before attaching it permanently: These used to be the lenses from flashlights I bought at the dollar store. I used my rotary tool to grind them down to fit in the scope: After all the painting is done I will permanently install the lenses into the scope: Next step is to finish machining the rail, and then build the spring assembly that gets installed inside the barrel, and paint. Thanks for following along!