At Punished Props, we love video games and movies, which means we love making replica prop guns! If we’re making a gun quickly and also want it to be light enough to haul around a convention, we craft them out of foam. Sometimes we’ll re-paint a Nerf Gun, which is a great way to get started with prop making! If we’re looking for a clean finish and need a few copies, we make the gun out of a sturdy material, like wood or plastic sheets, then mold and cast the piece to make a sturdy copy.
Here’s a collection of our guns that we’ve crafted, ranging from simple foam hand cannons to the crazy District 9 Rifle!
If you’re looking for a low budget, DIY gun prop for cosplay or filming, this cheap toy gun is exactly what you need. Follow along as Bill shows you how to transform this plastic play thing into a legit looking pistol prop. Maxx Action 9mm Toy Pistol - Amazon Maxx...
Bill uses some classic, low-tech prop making techniques to make some new parts for his Reaper gun kit from Henchmen Studios! Also featuring a surprise guest appearance featuring Bill's extensive first aid kit, courtesy of an uncapped XACTO blade. Henchmen Studios:...
Thanks to an incredibly generous fan, Bill got his hands on one of the amazing Blade Runner Squirt gun toys! Of course he had to repaint it to like a screen worthy replica.
Bill converted an automatic airsoft pistol into the Dead Man Walking sidearm from Destiny 2! This video covers finishing and assembling the 3D printed parts.
Bill and Ali Williams teamed up to bring the Nuka Cola Thirst Zapper prop to live! Together at the Matterhackers shop, the duo assembled and painted the prop gun.
Britt modifies a cheap, toy gun with some scrap bin parts and experiments with painting techniques.
In this second part of his collaboration with Andrew DFT, Bill shows how he painted Andrew’s Destiny hand cannon in the Mos Scala styrofoam prop.
Bill shows how he made a Destiny Hand Cannon prop using EVA foam. This part 1 video goes over the fabrication of the newer Rise of Iron hand cannon prop.
Bill does the last step on the Destiny Fatebringer hand cannon build: the painting and assembly. This ZProps kit is finally coming together with some hairspray chipping paint techniques and a touch of weathering.
Bill continues work on the ZProps Destiny Fatebringer resin prop kit. This time he modified the kit to use the functional swing arm attachment for the reloading mechanism.
Join Bill on the Twitch live stream as he does some model making work on a urethane resin kit of Destiny’s Fatebringer to get it all prepared for paint.
After hitting 100k subscribers, Bill put together a Malcolm Reynolds gun prop build tutorial and then challenged his fans to make their own. Here are the 45+ props that they made!