Martin Hudepohl, a.k.a. Xubor, built his first LEGO guns in the early 1990s and has been developing ever-more sophisticated models since. He is a freelance programmer, who also composes original music. He lives in Germany.
The step-by-step building instructions are very detailed and easy to follow, an important characteristic of any good LEGO book.
I'm really looking forward to building the rest of the models in the book, and definitely await the (hopefully) next book that this author publishes on Lego.
Where to get LEGO bricks is also explained very well, supplied by a part number list of all the bricks used throughout the book.
Great gift, my cousin loved it. The guns are quite expensive to build though.Published 2 months ago by Eric Hartman
I bought this for my daughter for Christmas, and she loved it. Although she's an adult, with a child of her own, she's never outgrown her love for Legos. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kathy Hardin
awsome book easy to follow well worth the 16 dollars and hrs of fun not to mention its all gloss and in colorPublished 20 months ago by mellokatattack
I bought this son for my young teen but it's geared more for adults. My husband and many of his friends were more interested than my son.Published on December 10, 2012 by LilLeo
I got the book on christmas 2011. Couldn't wait to get started. The book pretty much does what it says it does: provides instructions on how to make a badass lego gun. Read morePublished on January 25, 2012 by Tom S
I was always a fan of Lego, but never had the chance to play with many sets during my childhood. It's been about 20 years since I put together my last set, which was one of those... Read morePublished on January 7, 2012 by outtatheblue
Martin Hüdepohl's book perfectly blends the nostalgia of spending an afternoon working through one of those wordless LEGO schematics with the specifically adult thrill of... Read morePublished on December 13, 2011 by David Nelson