Websites for weapon building, starting with my favorite:
All around great looking weapon builder. Has a wide variety of parts, but only Larue Tactical items in the categories of stuff they make (rails etc..) makes sense though.
My one criticism of this is that you have to manually line the items up, there is no “snap” feature. The lack of this feature makes creating ridiculous looking rifles a breeze though.
Quite a few part and accessories to choose from as well. The photos of some of the products are not as clean looking as the ones in the Larue Profiler though, so your end product doesn’t end up looking as nice. Since it uses Brownells inventory, it really gives a good idea of the amount of money your build is costing you as you drop the parts in. This has the obvious downside though of only being able to select inventory that Brownells carries.
The snap is sometimes too aggressive, so making ridiculous looking rifles up isn’t as easy as with the Larue Profiler.
3) Pimp My Gun
The parts and accessories are all vector graphics (ie. not real pictures). There are an incredible amount to choose from though!
The interface isn’t the easiest to figure out, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll be going “full retard” in no time.
6 Eotechs in a row, on a SCAR-AK-47 with 23 bipods, and 19 vertical foregrips? Sure why not!
No snap feature on here either as far as I can tell…. the object of this website is more to have fun though rather than create realistic builds.
Not only did they shamefully steal the name of my #3 favorite weapon building website, but they also shit the bed on the interface, and basically the entire concept. It did allow me to create the AK-47 picture below though, which I am incredibly proud of (not). Don’t hate on my revolver foregrip.