Unidentified Japanese student creates fantastic wooden replica small arms

The Facebook-registered Komatsu Factory group has been "highlighted" in the media recently. The group is led by an unknown Japanese student. On the pages of his account, he shows his unique wooden crafts - ultra-precise copies of modern small arms.

Among them are several types of pistols and machine guns, as well as spare parts for them, removable magazines and other accessories, including the Picatinny rail, which are exactly the same as the originals. Some models are partially disassembled. Among them is the Smith & Wesson M&P 9mm pistol.

This wooden arsenal contains the Howa Type 89 assault rifle, the main weapon of the Japan Self-Defense Forces, FN SCAR, Heckler & Koch and VSS Vintorez rifles. The author also created a copy of the American self-loading large-caliber sniper rifle Barrett M82A1 .50 caliber.

Each new product differs from the previous one in great perfection. His latest creation is a copy of the American M110 cal. 7, 62 mm complete with magazine. It even has a bolt lock, safety catch and trigger.