Not a rectangle review+mods
Stock: 9/10 Bakenbitz's stock is strong, but the individual walls are still somewhat flimsy. Nothing blue rods can't remedy though.
Handle: 8/10 Comfortable and sturdy but the trigger guard kinda takes away from it in my opinion.
Barrel: 8/10 Innovative and sturdy, but extremely hard to build. My hands didn't hurt too bad though.
looks: 8/10. Looks simple, but still looks great IMO
Range: 10/10 160 feet flat with 6 #64's.
Power: 10/10 There's a few boxes that no knex gun has shot through before, this gun shot all the way through. There was even a box with another box behind it, it shot all the way through BOTH of them, fins and everything
Accuracy: 10/10 I made a custom ironsight for it (very accurate) and my friend shot clean through the center of a cheez-it from 20 feet. I'm serious, straight through the tiny black hole in the middle.
ROF: 5/10. It's a single-shot, so you have to manually reload it. Also the fact that you have to pull back a bunch of bands at once for the best reload times slows you down somewhat.
Innovation: 9/10 The concept of a balljoint at the front taking the impact of the pin instead of the back of the gun is a great concept, but I hate that that's all there is to it.
Final word: I was very impressed with the performance of the gun. It's the most powerful gun I have ever built. I recommend it to anyone looking for a single shot.
Final score: 9/10
Custom ironsight (mine)
Trigger guard mod