GUNBLX – 3D Building Blocks For Gun Lovers

This. Is. Awesome. I just had flashbacks to when I was 10 years old, trying to make pistols and rifles from the remnants of dozens of Lego sets. The end result was usually a rainbow colored brick with a straight grip. LEGOs, or more generically 3D block sets, are still going strong 30 years later. Gunblx is making block kits that appeal to the kid and gun owner in all of us. With a little patience and attention to detail, you can build fully-functional firearms using 3D blocks.

Ok, I made the fully-functional part up.

Nonetheless, these look like awesome toys. Ranging in price from $69-$89, you can build an AK, M4 or everyone’s dream weapon: an HK MP7. All pieces are compatible with LEGO brand blocks, making the level of customization almost infinite. Sets are scaled 1:1 and feature moving parts like bolts, magazines, triggers and vertical foregrips.

Time to relive some childhood memories. All I have to say is:

Currently available sets:


GUNBLX are 1:1 scale 3D gun building blocks sets. Our sets are not sold in stores. GUNBLX represent top firearm brands like: Heckler & Koch, Smith & Wesson, QSZ, Ruger, Striker, CZ-USA, and Magnum Research to name a few. Our high quality ABS plastic self-locking bricks are made from the same material used by LEGO® and are compatible with LEGO® brand building blocks. A must have for kids, gun collectors, patriots, educators, and firearm enthusiasts alike. GUNBLX guns look awesome on display, make a great conversation piece, and are really fun to build. New GUNBLX releases coming soon, so stay tuned.

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  • Dr. Longfellow Buchenrad

    Im going to attach a bunch of the little lego people guns to my 1:1 scale gun.

  • Dr. Longfellow Buchenrad

    Also, Does this now mean the Lego is the new M-Lok?

  • TheNotoriousIUD

    Im guessing these are fairly pricey.
    If I was a kid today id be knee deep in airsoft.

    • MrFN

      That was my progression. Legos, airsoft, firearms. I had a good childhood.

      • TheNotoriousIUD

        Airsoft wasnt around when I was a kid so I went from Legos to real guns. Got my first rifle at ten. My dad had my initials engraved on the bold.

        • Michael Lubrecht

          I’m too old to have seen Airsoft, and legos were sort of uncommon. We went from Mattel Shootin’ Shells and Greenie Stickum Caps, directly to .22LR and 20 ga shotguns. Dad presented me my .22 at age 8, and I bought my first shotgun with money earned picking berries at age 12!

          • Old Vet

            We may be around the same age. I raised Beagle hunting dogs with my Dad and traded one of my pups for my first .22 rifle. We were too poor for the Mattel stuff. My first rifle was a Winchester pump that had seen better days, but heck, it was mine.

        • BraveNewWhirled


    • allannon

      These days, regular Lego are pretty pricey, so that’s not really a relative downside. 🙂

    • Rick O’Shay

      My boy’s not old enough for airsoft yet. So this is what he’s gonna get.

      • TheNotoriousIUD

        Still, be mindful of safety.
        Ever step on a Lego barefoot in the dark?

        • Rick O’Shay

          At least twice a week. I’m ready to opr8.

          • TheNotoriousIUD

            Purple Heart.

          • roguetechie

            Hipster caltrops

        • Tassiebush

          Try it with a full bladder in an unfamiliar environment…

    • thedonn007

      I am not a kid, and I am thinking about buying airsoft to use in my basement and backyard.

      • TheNotoriousIUD

        I dont blame you.
        I have considered it but I can justify another expensive hobby.

        • roguetechie

          Heh, tell me about it!

          I’ve got a magpul PDR
          A magpul FMG
          And a Steyr AUG airsoft gun all of which are in process of having “real guts” etc built to fit inside them…


          Because I’m a cheap bastard with a raft of machine tools and delusions of competency…

          That’s why!

          • TheNotoriousIUD

            Whoops I meant I can’t justify.

          • roguetechie

            I can’t either, but damnit it’s fun anyway!!

          • LGonDISQUS

            Those Magpul FMGs are investent items. You can still get replacement parts for them, but even the pink ones are going for $350 on ebay and elsewhere.

          • roguetechie

            So what you’re saying is I should 3d scan mine ?

          • LGonDISQUS

            I’d pay $100 for one sans glock 17 internals.

      • roguetechie

        They can actually be a pretty useful tool for a low cost training option in gun handling and other things provided that you acknowledge accept and work around it’s limitations.

      • disqus_PDmXLtTxJj

        I’m 32 got into aisoft into my early 20’s been out of it for years but I’m getting interested again because my nephew wants to hang out all the time and he thinks they are cool.

  • Drew Remington

    Also banned in California.

  • Tinkerer

    Are the pistols chambered in .40 Lego Head?

  • Rick O’Shay

    I know what my boy is getting for Christmas this year!!

  • Gary Kirk

    What!? No Block G19??

    • Keiichi

      Because nobody would be able to tell the difference…

  • USMC03Vet

    Firearms not toys.

  • thedonn007

    I think I would just buy airsoft instead, at least you can shoot them.

  • Keiichi

    Does the box come with a warning that children may be expelled if they bring it to show and tell?

  • DanGoodShot

    My “son” is going to playin’ LOVE these!

  • HKmaster

    They’ve been making these in china for years for only $12. I saw them constantly in flea markets during vacations in south East Asian markets. $12 vs $69. Price gouging much?

    • Pete – TFB Writer

      Yes, I know. But I have a feeling packaging, marketing and selling world wide is a bit different than for East a Asian flea markets.

    • DanO

      LOL you are comparing the cost of a small pistol set to sets 2 times the size that are also not being sold from a back alley in Shanghai China… 🙂

      I am completely blown away at how so many of you have all this time on your hands to spread mis-information and negativity…

      What happened to supporting local USA based small businesses?

      You would rather see people give their money to China/Asia?

      Also do you think retail stores sell their products at cost? Did you get your iPhone for $27 or did you pay a markup? Im sure everything you buy from Target and Walmart thats made in China you get at cost or does Target and Walmart markup the retail price?

      Peoples thought processes amaze me-

      • HKmaster

        Alright then here it’s half the price for the exact same MP7. Point is, this will still support business in China since that is where they are made, and who knows, GunBlox might be just a new ploy to push their products to the West. Look, I love supporting American businesses, and I buy American whenever I can. But if you believe that this product was designed by Americans, and made in America, I must say that it is YOU who is spreading misinformation.

  • Tassiebush

    These are an ideal gift for those poor kids that have parents with a no toy guns rule. Just repackage it and pretend you picked it up at some hipster vegan tofu fair trade market raising funds in support of fluid gender cetaceans.

  • John C Burnum

    When I was a kid we made ‘Zip’ guns using pipe,cloths pin,nail & a piece of bicycle inner tube.

    • BraveNewWhirled

      Knock over any lemonade stands?

    • Old Vet

      Even better than that, I had a Remington bolt action .22 single shot and my cousin had a machinist friend that bored it out for .22 magnums. The first shot bent the bolt and his friend machined me a new bolt for it for $10.00. That was a lot of money for a kid, but I came up with it. It was an awesome little rifle for fox hunting at night with a taped-on flashlight. Memories….

  • the dude

    Aliexpress sells same toys for 10-40$… For example that AK costs $31.20 there, and sniper $36.46 with free shipping. Also those are NOT real lego blocks like gunblx says, they just basically orders those from china and sells with bigger price and says its theirs.

    • the dude

      Also these have been a loooooooong time, so i really highly doubt that year 2017 company GUNBLX would made exact toys, with exact product images and exact bricks that some of those doesn’t even exist in real legos… I’m 100000% sure that company will not last, if lego sees that website with their name labeled in the website.

      • DanO

        Its interesting how you have the time to leave a negative comment about someones business but don’t have the time to actually provide TRUE and proper statements regarding your FALSE claims…

        The company says… “Compatible With LEGO® Brand Blocks” and “same material used by LEGO®”…

        They also have a disclaimer on every page that reads… “LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO® Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this site”…

        They do NOT claim to be genuine LEGO blocks anywhere on their website in fact its pretty simple to see that they’re in fact not LEGO brand but just are compatible with LEGO blocks like many other brands and sets sold around the world are also compatible…

        Also do you not think that products are not sourced and re-sold for a profit? Everything is made in china thats sold in most ALL retail stores and is sold at a higher price. Feel free to go order the sets directly and deal with a non-english speaking person in china and if you have a issue or concern have fun dealing with a guy in china that cant understand you and should you need to return your item have fun paying $20+ for return shipping…

        Sorry for my long and boring post but these kind of slanderous comments are bothersome to see. Maybe you should take time to do something productive with your life instead of spreading your misinformation…

        It just makes you look stupid-

        • the dude

          Yeah, NOW there reads those things you said but earlier there weren’t those things you said.

          Also are you that stupid thinking the chinese sellers, who use ENGLISH websites cant speak ENGLISH in customer service? Ive never had any problems with those sellers, and the package returning is also bytheway free in case you didnt know. Also the money are in escrow anyway, so if theres a problem with receiving the product you dont have to release the funds.

          Therefore most of those sellers are actually much more kind, and helpfull because if you arent satisfied with the service their business will go down. Unlike these resellers who couldnt give two fcks about your happiness, because they will get your money anyways and they know that most people who are too lazy to search cheaper sellers are most likely to be too lazy to complaint about it to authorities.

          But hey, who am i to judge? If you want to pay 200% price with most likely worse customer service than the other sellers, just because you are too lazy to search different sellers then cool you do that its your choise.


    Well, there go my potting shed quality dreams of a bootleg fmg ♡

    • roguetechie

      You never know, Christmas could still come early…

  • disqus_PDmXLtTxJj

    I think I might have been part of the last generation that had cool toys. By cool I mean UN PC. I’m 32.

  • pcjunkie429

    This is probably the only way I will ever own an MP7, unless I ever win the lottery.

  • Jeff Boen

    Owner/Lead Designer from BrickGun here…
    You’re right, and thanks Geoff. We’re still around, but cheap Chinese knockoffs like this have been eating away at us for years. The designs aren’t as good, they aren’t full scale (at least not the larger models) and they lack lots of details we included. But there’s no way to compete on price with counterfeit stuff.

    • DanO

      LOL Their products are not counterfeit?!

      They are LEGO style and compatible blocks. If you go to Target, Walmart, Drug Stores, and many online retailers they also sell different types of building block sets that are not LEGO brand but work with or are compatible with LEGO…

      Don’t get salty because their is competition remember the term “Free Market”?

      BTW… Your BrickGun sets are way over priced and all you are doing is re-selling and packaging another companies product at a heavily inflated price…

  • Munk91X

    They are not even close to 1:1 sc ale, i have the ak. I doubt they are the same material, and the mold quality is typical chinese knock off buolding set, wich is to say not great.

  • Munk91X

    They are not even close to 1:1 scale, i have the ak. I doubt they are the same material, and the mold quality is typical chinese knock off building set, wich is to say not great.