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Today we received a special shipment Johnson Arms. Inside was a modified Nerf gun made to look like one of the cutting-edge sniper rifles in City Interactive's upcoming Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2. The creation comes from prop maker Brian Johnson. Check out our photos of the gun for a better look at the detailing and some awesome action shots of Ben Reeves.
When we took the gun out of the box it was in two pieces: the body and the extended barrel. After attaching the barrel, we fiddled with the clip until we discovered it wasn't removable. The top opens, however, offering a one-shot, one-kill toy. The firepower of the Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 pales in comparison to other, more brightly colored Nerf guns in the office, but it's definitely a good-looking prop. Keep reading for a better look at it.
Here it is laying on a skateboard.
A close up on the logo and some of the weathering effects.
And another glorious shot of Ben Reeves lining up the kill.
Want a look at the actual Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 game? Watch the launch trailer here.
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Nice marksmanship there Ben! Is the other end of that gun pointed at Dan Ryckert perhaps?. . .
I wish I had that.. and that's a wonderful face Ben.
If it was paintball, that would be awesome.
Does that mean we will get Ben Reeves as a playable character?