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This is my latest crossbow, the A-1 Light. This crossbow is fairly small, however it is extremely powerful for its size, depending on what rubber bands you use. I got a 2x2 lego brick to go 30 feet! The crossbow is only about 8 inches long. It doesn't require many pieces compared to my larger and heavier crossbows. It is also suprisingly accurate as well!

Check out my Website for all my Lego Guns http://sites.google.com/site/bblegobrickworks/



Check out the youtube video of the A-1 shooting some cans:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nnt1XAG2dfs

Step 1: Underside

This is the first part of the underside of the gun. Note that the next steps pretty much just build onto this, opposed to making seperate parts and putting them together

Step 2: Overside

This is very easy to do

Step 3: Sight

Easy sight to build, very accurate.

Step 4: Trigger

This trigger is the same one as my C-2 Crossbow

Step 5: Rubber Band Holder

Step 6: Rubber Bands + Handholds

Pretty easy. Try and use the pink rubber bands, they are good at firing, and are strong

Step 7: Ammo and Loading

The ammo is a 2x2 brick, with a flat piece on top.
Looks cool. You made me try and make my own. Thanks. Haunt made it yet but I will I swear I will (probs now)
I LOVE IT!! It needs a few reinforcements, I Reinforced it myself and i didn't have the trigger but i had a longer piece and l rigged it so that it'd work! ^_^ Thanks again for putting this on the website, by the way, i'ma girl that likes to do guy stuff, and i live in a neighborhood that has A TON of kids and so we play War but i never have a weapon, so THANKS!! ^_^<br><br> ( )___( )<br> ( 0 _ 0 )<br> ( U U ) <br> -U---U-<br>
I gotta hand it to ya, this is genius. I tried to make one myself and the trigger always messed me up, (since the rubberband was all on the top part of the bow) and i couldnt get it to fire. Then i saw these pics and they really helped. Thanks once again :D
that is beast!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I looked at your website and other guns, and I gotta say that you got some talent! Good work!<br /> Your crossbows inspired me to make my own. I&nbsp;just spent 3 hours making one and just finished at 1:47 am. My trigger locks in place and does not counter-balance rubber bands. It works okay, but no real tests until&nbsp;I can get to my house.<br />

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