Most idea's 'borrowed' from KillerK's gun LOL.
Step 1: THE PARTS (only for the Barrel Part Because It's the Most Complicated for the Entire Project.)
Step 2: Build the 'Barrel' of the Gun.
Be sure to look at the other angles of the barrel so you get it right!
Step 3: Front of Barrel Construction.
Step 4: Rear of Barrel Construction.
And then add the two small black connectors on the underneath of the gun shown in picture two of this step.
Step 5: Ram/Sniper Rod
So I just used a gray rod, but you could use the black rod if you want to, it would most likely increse the performance even though this gun already shoots a good 200 feet.
I also have hotglued the end of the pieces and then wrapped them in tape **WHILE THE GLUE IS STILL WET** to make the gun able to with stand a ton of rubber bands.
I ALSO SHARPEND THE TIP OF THE ROD
IDEA CREDIT TO KILLERK
Step 6: Trigger Device Elastic Assembly
Step 7: Front Handles and Elastic Tracks ( Three Connection Red Pieces.)
and then take another two and put them on the top of the barrel onto the last set of the short black connectors.
Those will help guide the elastics to keep it all clean. :)
Step 8: Sniper Addition.
Step 9: Connecting Sniper Addition.
Step 10: Elastic Assembly + Rear Handle Assembly
it should be able to hold as many as you put on there untill the gray rod starts to bend, but NOTE: you could put the black sniper rod on and it would increse the amount of rubber bands you could put on it probably. :D
Step 11: Bottom Elastic Assembly
Step 12: Loading Amo!1!!!
Step 13: Completed Gun!
There is a slight preview of how far the gun shot for me with only 3 weak ass rubber bands and a yellow rod as amo, when you put more on the farther it shoots.
but if you put to many it can break the gun apart, so be careful!