Introduction: Breach Loading PDR
This is the slideshow for my Magpul PDR (breach loading version)(obviously). I had multiple reasons for building this. First off, my grandpa gave me a ton of size 107 rubber bands, and I needed something to show him how I am using them. Second of all, other peoples PDRs were never good enough for me, not because they were not "good enough", but because they were not what I wanted. (no offense at all to any of the following people):
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dr. richtofen's PDR:https://www.instructables.com/id/Knex-Magpul-PDR/ did not shoot, and had no bump on the top (like in the original gun).
KnexGurl' s PDR: https://www.instructables.com/id/MagPul-PDR/ was too big, used up to many pieces, was totally to epic for me, and had no 'ible.
TheDunkis's PDR: https://www.instructables.com/community/Help-with-PDR/ did not look quite right, and firing pin went out the butt-stock.
AUG-5OM3's PDR: https://www.instructables.com/id/Dr-Richtofens-Magpul-PDR-mod/ did not have bump on top, and again firing pin went out the butt-stock.
Now, I am not saying mine is totally better, but mine is a different option to theirs.
TheDunkis: For most of body and handles.
dr. richtofen: For mag.
Senior Waffleman: For breach loading mechanism...I think. The mech is from his gun Adamant: https://www.instructables.com/id/Knex-Gun-Adamant/
Now it's time for Pro(s) and Con(s):
Looks pretty close to the real gun
Range is normal (for me): (20-30 ft. at max)
Works great, almost never gets jammed
Red dot sight looks good on the gun
Mag locks in to position
Only gets 20-30 ft.
Of course nobody is gonna rate it five stars
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