Jollex's Sniper, JS-144v3.9

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Introduction: Jollex's Sniper, JS-144v3.9

JS-144v3.9


I have finally finished my awesome sniper. I have been planning this gun since June and started building in late July. It is the first of its kind. It uses a rail system like dsman195276's sniper but it has a mag. It has a lot of power and accuracy because of the low friction barrel made out of orange connectors and wheels. It has a trigger that I think is better than dsman's sniper trigger. It has a comfy handle that is like dsman's sniper handle. It has a comfy stock a very accurate and cool looking scope. It also has a sturdy bipod of my design and a comfy front hand grip. it is also easy to pull back the firing pin.

Stats

-Mag holds 10 blue rods
-Mag reload time is 8 seconds
-Time to pull back firing pin and power transfer is 4 seconds
-Weight = 1.6 kg ~ 3.5 lbs

Video

Step 1: Piece List

Piece List

I'm going to do a separate piece list for each part.

Extended Barrel

Rods:
Blue - 15
Green - 50
Connectors:
Blue - 14
Yellow - 14
Orange - 31
Other:
Blue Spacers - 2
Y-Clips - 2

Barrel

Rods
Blue - 9
White - 23
Green - 29
Connectors
White - 8
Blue - 2
Yellow - 12
Green - 2
Red - 3
Orange - 7
Light Grey - 2
Dark Grey - 1
Other
Blue Spacers - 8
Y-Clips - 5
Big Wheels - 4

Chamber, Mag, and Power Transfer

Rods
Red - 5
Yellow - 1
Blue - 7
White - 20
Green - 28
Connectors
White - 10
Blue - 4
Yellow - 17
Green - 2
Red - 2
Orange - 11 (One cut in half)
Dark grey - 3
Other
Grey Spacers - 8
Blue Spacers - 9
Y-Clips - 1
Tan end caps - 8
Metallic blue end caps - 7

Body

Rods
Yellow - 1
Blue - 18
White - 42
Green - 141
Connectors
White - 12
Blue - 1
Yellow - 69 (two broken)
Purple - 43
Red - 8
Orange - 15
Dark Grey - 3
Other
Grey Spacer - 5
Blue Spacers - 5
End Caps - 2

Firing Pin and Trigger

Rods
Yellow - 3
White - 10
Green - 6
Connectors
Yellow - 2
Red - 6
Orange - 2
Dark Grey - 2
Other
Grey Spacers - 4
Blue Spacers - 2
Y-Clips - 1

Stock

Rods
Yellow - 5
Flexy Yellow - 10
Blue - 7
White - 19
Green - 47
Connectors
Blue - 10
Yellow - 3
Green - 12
Purple - 32
Red - 7
Orange - 1
Other
Y-Clips - 6

Handle

Rods
Blue - 2
White - 20
Green - 15
Connectors
Yellow - 12
Green - 3
Orange - 8
Light Grey - 3
Dark grey - 2
Other
End Caps - 2
Blue Spacers - 2
Very small wheels - 10

Front Hand Grip

Rods
Grey - 1
Bendy Purple - 5
Connectors
White - 3
Other
Y-Clips - 10

Scope

Rods:
Grey - 4
Connectors
White - 8
Red - 18
Other
Y-Clips - 42
Small Tires - 8
Black Hinge Halves - 2

Bipod

Rods
Grey - 5
Blue - 6
White - 2
Connectors
White - 1
Red - 2
Orange - 6
Dark Grey - 6
Other
End Caps - 1
Blue Spacers - 4
Y-Clips - 8
Hinges - 2

+

2 Big Rubber Bands
1 Small Rubber Band

Whole Gun

Rods

Grey - 10
Bendy Purple - 5
Red - 5
Yellow - 10
Bendy Yellow - 10
Blue - 64
White - 136
Green - 316

Connectors

White - 43
Blue - 31
Yellow - 129
Green - 19
Purple - 75
Red - 28
Orange - 81
Light Grey - 5
Dark grey - 17

Other

Grey Spacers - 19
Blue Spacers - 28
End Caps - 19
Y-Clips - 63
Big Wheels - 4
Very Small Wheels - 10
Small Tires - 8
Black hinge halves - 2
Hinges - 2
Big Rubber Bands - 2
Small Rubber Bands - 1

Step 2: Extended Barrel

1:Make
2:Make
3:Add
4:Make
5:Make
6:Add
7:Make
8:Add

Step 3: Barrel

1:Make
2:Make
3:Get
4:Connect
5:Make
6:Add
7:Add
8:Make
9:Add

Step 4: Chamber, Mag, and Power Transfer

1:Make
2:Make
3:Make
4:Add
5:Add
6:Make
7:Add
8:Make
9:Make
10:Connect
11:Make
12:Make
13:Make
14:Connect
15:Make
16:Add
17:Make
18:Add
19:Add
20:Make
21:Add
22:Connect
23:Connect

Step 5: Body

1:Make
2:Make
3:Connect
4:You have to break two yellow connectors so they look like this.
5:Make
6:Make
7:Make
8:Make
9:Make
10:Connect
11:Connect
12:Make
13:Connect
14:Connect
15:Make
16:Connect
17:Make
18:Connect
19:Make and Connect
20:Connect

Step 6: Firing Pin and Trigger

1:Make
2:Connect
3:Make
4:Make
5:Connect

Step 7: Stock

1+2:Make
3+4:Make
5:Make
6:Connect
7:Connect
8:Make
9:Add

Step 8: Handle

1+2:Make
3:Add 10 wheels
4:Make
5:Add

Step 9: Scope and Front Hand Grip

1:Make
2:Add
3:Make
4:Make
5:Connect
6:Connect
7:Add

Step 10: Bipod

1:Make Two
2:Make
3:Make
4:Make
5:Make
6:Connect
7:Connect
8:Connect

Step 11: Putting It Together

1+2:Extended Barrel and Barrel
3+4:Barrel and Chamber, mag, power transfer
5+6:Chamber, mag, power transfer and body
7+8:Front Hand Grip and Body
9+10:Handle and Body
11+12:Trigger and Body
13+14:Stock and Handle and body
15+16:Scope and Body
17+18:Bipod and Chamber, mag, power transfer
19+20:Firing Pin and Body

Step 12: Rubber Bands and How to Use

1:Rubber Bands
2:Trigger RB
3:Firing Pin RB
4:Put Bullet in mag
5:Pull back Firing Pin until the front blue metallic connector is in the space of the orange trigger connector
6:Pull string back on Power Transfer
7:Aim
8: Pull Trigger

Step 13: Destruction

My parents were not happy about the lamp.

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    53 Comments

    JOLLEX IS KREDIT TO TEAM!

    That would be called a grip.

    I made a few more mods on mine and it shot straght thru a peice of glass p.s. this one isn't yours jollex

    Thank you.

    70-75 feet.

    My Railbow Rifle, is pretty much the second version of this and its range is about 85 feet.

    very nice! 5*

    If you don't have enough pieces you can build a smaller but more powerful version here.

    Thank You! I am going to post a smaller but more powerful version of this gun soon, so if you don't have enough pieces to make this one you can make the other one, it will be called the RailBow Rifle.