Special Rifle Design Featuring Rapid-fire Capability
Weight: ~500 grams
Ammo Type: 13 centimeter Red Rod
Range: 10 meters
Firing Interval: 1 second
Mag Capacity: 17
Mag Reload Time: 20 seconds
Step 1: Gather Materials
- 20 White
- 31 Yellow
- 11 Green
- 6 Red
- 20 Orange
- 3 Light Grey
- 13 Grey
- 8 Brown
- 1 Grey
- 23 Red
- 10 Yellow
- 4 Blue
- 48 White
- 65 Green
- 1 rubber band (works best with one from head of broccoli)
- 3 doubled regular rubber bands. (Twist to "8" and down to double)
- Tape (clear)
Step 2: Side Layer Template
This shows the side of the gun without the center layer, which is the next step. Do not start building this layer, but use this as a reference to attach pieces to the center layer.
You will need 2 of these for the sides of the rifle.
Step 3: Construct Center Layer
Begin building this center layer. This is the lower portion of the gun barrel. If you plan on using this gun for a long time, you may want to cover the marked portion with 3 layers of clear tape. Over time, the firing pin will cut into the joints of the pieces. You may start putting down tape from the right side up to the yellow piece.
Step 4: Combined Layers Template
This diagram shows the position of the three layers. Do not start building the layer from Step 2 yet.
Step 5: Combine Layers
So you probably figured out why I suggested not building the side layers. Now you can easily attach the connectors from the side layers to the white rods.
Step 6: Construct Firing Pin and Trigger
See notes for construction details.
Step 7: Complete Trigger - Top View
Top view of trigger once attached to frame. Note the brown hubcap connectors used to secure the ends of the blue rods.