Is it possible to make an automatic gun using the grey connector white rod chain?

Remember that chain Dsman made for his sniper? Well, I was wondering if the same chain could be used to make an automatic gun. Instead of using a grey connector, you could use a red connector to attatch the mini guns, and white connectors with green rods on every other empty slot as gears.

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benfoxg8 years ago
Yes it would work
i agree
barrax8 years ago
of course it would work! look at oodalumps machine gun, and you could say its almost the same as your idea.
Why does every one call him oodalumps? H is called oompaloompa you dimmwitt!
No oodalumps is a person too.
Again, I say that i said that a while ago, I hadn't heard of him at the time.
dude, chill out man. don't overreact!
I said that a while ago.
And that just shows for itself. i am not talking about oompaloompa, i am talking about OODALUMPS!!!! how long have you been round here?
Oh, sorry, don't think I know him.
Answer to your question, no I have not, but I found the site a year and a half ago.
thats ok then. :) for everyone.
Danm you you little frikken computer mouse!
Yeah, bit you would use blue rods.
That would be unnecessary.
If you want it to shoot past your nose, that blue rods would be neccisary.
Do you mean for the barrel?
Barrels, yes.
oh, ok lol I thought you meant for the chain.
The barrels are on the chain.
The chain will be made out of k'nex.
The gun would be made with knex.
dsman1952768 years ago
it could work, but the barrels would have to be separate from the chain, and connected to the chain at points. put two red connectors instead of the two grey connectors that are used, so that the red connectors are across from each other, then connect it into a chain by using grey connector. i did have something like that once, and i noticed that if you have all red connectors they interfere with each other(when a barrel is connected to them)and the thing can't act like a chain, it gets stuck in a formation. i would suggest using 2 chains, and having one at the beginning of the barrel, and one at the end, to make sure that the barrels stay lined up to be fired.
Owenmon8 years ago
What IAC said.
Der Bradly8 years ago
I Would assume so