Should I Post?

ok well i wanna know if i should post this true trigger pistol i made. its a semi automatic rubberband gun. its pretty decent, and can hold as many small rbs as u want, but after about 12 rbs, it gets hard to load. so should i post? and please rate EDIT: i took most of the pics, and will get the instructions up ASAP, but that might be a while cuz im getting left 4 dead today... ANOTHER EDIT: i AM going 2 post wen i finish with the detachable mag idea that me and dunkis were talking about. it might be a while, but ill get it up AGAIN, ANOTHER EDIT: i made the gun, i have all the pics except for the front of the barrel. i made it so it shoots pieces, but reloading takes a long time, so im just gonna post the rbg version, it is SLIGHTLY modified to have a longer barrel, and a slanted handle PLEASE RATE

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KnexFreek7 years ago
 5stars
travw KnexFreek7 years ago
Why bump?
KnexFreek travw7 years ago
 i didnt really look at the date and he made me a tribute so i am looking at all his stuff :)
stale56 (author)  KnexFreek7 years ago

Thanks.

 no prob!! :)
cj814998 years ago
post!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
stale56 (author)  cj814998 years ago
Sorry, I took most of the pictures, but then I destroyed it. BUT I have a new RBG (but its not my own mech.) and I just made a pump-action shotgun, I just need the handle, hopper, and stock. This think was destroyed.
is it s-auto (gasp that would be cool) or fully auto like all the other ones
Most RBGs are Semi.
stale56 (author)  knexguy8 years ago
but some are wretched single action pieces of poop, and others are just fully auto, were they just release everything at once...
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