This gun boasts a truly impressive hopper. It snaps into place by a yellow rod and a snowflake conector. The folded over orange connectors are then secured in the grey connectors by the insertion of white rods.
Finally, why make this gun? It has somewhat shoddy instructions, but is altogether worth it. It is a simple, effective, and powerful design.
Step 1: The Pieces
Step 2: The Handles
Step 3: The Front
Step 4: The Main Section
The hopper works by folding over the orange connectors and securing them by sliding white pieces through the grey connectors.
1. Loaded Hopper. Gives good impression of what is done on top half of gun.
2. Side view of hopper that also shows trigger and bottom portion of gun. Notice tan connectors in front of the hopper, which will later be used to secure rubberbands.
3. Side view again, showing connected handles.
4. Opposite side view
5. View of the back of the gun. Edit this aroudn for best looks.
6. Blurry close up of trigger that also shows hopper's construction
7. Loaded, but not closed, hopper.
Step 5: Final Rubberbands, Loading, and Firing.
The third picture is the attatched trigger rubberband.
For the firing rubberbands, attatch them on the previously mentioned tan connectors and bring them around to the firing pin.
Note: Make a firing pin of your choice. However, mine works well.
The fourth picture is a primed-and-ready gun ready to release its 6-shot hopper.