1:1 Scale CSGO Skins AWP Asiimov Custom Building Blocks Bricks Model, Compatible MOC Sniper Rifle, Gun Toy Building Blocks Set Assembly Ideas. Can Fire Building Block Bullets, Real Pull Rifle Bolt Bullet Loaded
This Sniper Rifle features:
-easy removable bolt to change rubber bands
-magazine with 8 bullets capacity
-120 cm length, same as the original AWP (even 2 cm longer, google it!)
-100% more coolnes through the skin
This model is not suited for children under the age of 12. This replica shoots actual pieces that can cause serious injury. Be sure to use eye protection when operating.
-Total 2000+ parts for the gun and the bullets (8 rounds)
Product material: environmental protection ABS plastic.
Product Description: PDF electronic drawings
ABS material, high-precision mold injection, small tolerance of particles, good fit the product has a rich description of the steps 。
Ordinary parts replace printed parts, all products are MOC products, excluding printed parts. And does not include third-party accessories, subject to the actual parts packaging.
It is specially created for game-level building block fans. It has rich accessories, parts and whole can be used together with other standard building blocks,compatible with 100% market.
Very suitable for moc and collection.
Suitable for people over 6 years old, can be used as a gift toy for children.
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Working MOC Compatible Building Blocks AWP | Asiimov – Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
The Asiimov skin family is a community-made finish made by Coridium that has been custom painted with a sci-fi design. It is inspired by the science fiction author, Isaac Asimov. The Asiimov currently has 5 weapon finishes on the M4A4, AWP, P90, P250, and the AK-47.
“High risk and high reward, the infamous AWP is recognizable by its signature report and one-shot, one-kill policy.”
The AWP, or Magnum Sniper Rifle, as it was previously known, is a sniper rifle featured in the Counter-Strike series.
Considered a “high risk, high reward” weapon due to its high powers but slow firing rate, reload speed, and movement speed, the AWP is one of the most used weapons in the Counter-Strike series.
The Accuracy International Arctic Warfare series is a series of sniper rifles manufactured by Accuracy International of United Kingdom. The Arctic Warfare Police (AWP) is the law enforcement variant of the series, commonly chambered for 7.62×51mm NATO. The Magnum Sniper Rifle depicted in Counter-Strike is based on the Arctic Warfare Magnum, chambered for .338 Lapua Magnum. The AWP in Global Offensive is based off the original Arctic Warfare.
In-game, the AWP is a high-powered bolt-action sniper rifle available to both teams, with a 10-round magazine capacity. The AWP is not available for the Counter-Terrorists to purchase in Assassination maps. They can, however, get them from fallen Terrorists.
It is a devastatingly powerful long-range weapon, with extreme accuracy and obscene stopping power. However, its high price tag and cumbersome playstyle requires massive amounts of training, practice, accuracy and experience to master its usage.
When not scoped in, the rifle is very inaccurate and has no crosshair to assist aiming. The scope can be used with secondary fire, and pressing secondary fire again while scoped in zooms in the scope. The player’s movement speed is reduced while scoped in. Firing the weapon causes the player to leave the scope temporarily to operate the bolt before automatically scoping in again. The player will leave the scope if they use secondary fire again at the higher zoom setting or switches weapons. When zoomed in and not moving, the rifle has a near-perfect accuracy, able to hit anything as long as the crosshair of the scope is on target. Moving drastically reduces accuracy, and even more so with jumping.
It boasts an exceedingly high damage value, and is a source of much of its infamy. It is able to one-shot kill enemies with one hit to anywhere bar the legs, regardless of armor. The VIP and Lab Rat are the only player characters who can survive a single body shot from the AWP because his armor can absorb 200 damage. In the case of the Lab Rat, he can take the whole damage due to the increased health (to 120 HP) in Danger Zone. However, a headshot can still kill both of the above players instantly. It also has a very high penetration power, and its high base damage makes it a solid weapon for wallbanging.
However, where the AWP excels in accuracy and power, it suffers in general handling. The weapon has terrible accuracy when not using the scope or firing while moving, so the user must be aiming down sights AND immobile at all times to remain competitive. Because the weapon is bolt-action, it also results in a very low rate of fire. The AWP slows players down considerably, particularly in Global Offensive, making it unwieldy at closer ranges. It is also less accurate if fired right after cycling the bolt in Source and Global Offensive, and has a moderately long reload time in these games.
The last major downside is the weapon’s very expensive price tag, one of the most expensive in the game. In older games, the .338 Lapua Magnum used by the AWP is the also most expensive ammunition in-game, at $125 per magazine. In addition, it has a reduced kill reward in Global Offensive, further hampering the economic ability of the team using it. Enormous quantities of skill and team coordination are needed to use the AWP effectively, so its user doesn’t become an economic load and drag down the whole team, or even getting killed and letting the enemy claim a free AWP.
Additionally, the AWP’s sound signature is extremely loud and distinct when fired, making it easy for enemy players to single out an AWP player in the vicinity and chance tactics accordingly.
The AWP is only weapon in Counter-Strike with the ability to kill an armored teammate instantly with a headshot.
In older games, bots equipped with an AWP always switch to their pistol after firing 5 rounds, no matter how many rounds are available in their weapons.