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doesn't fire yet, and needs a firing chamber, but this is a demo of how a true horizontal magazine (think the p90) can be used wherein the rounds are positioned perpendicular to the barrel, and spun to allow them to be fired. Currently the mag holds 18 rounds of green rods, but it can easily be extended to hold more. this would be most likely positioned so that what is here shown as yellow and white connectors in rows would be where the top rail would be, with the bolt handle right behind it. I have no clue if anyone wants to use this in a gun, I might try myself but I don't know how I'll do. if anyone wants be to do a full ible on it for their gun, or even just internals, ask me in the comments and I'll do so. I'll post a video of it in action as well but I need to see if it has enough interest beforehand as my network is really slow uploading images and video. Cheers!

-Dreamwave

Step 1: How to Make, in Very Crappy Pictures (sorry I've Got No Time for Making a Nice Instructible!)

Basically after this just make the bottom guide for the bolt as a main part of the gun so that when the bolt comes back, it stops where the opening for the rounds is right lined up with the half-3d piece so that the rounds can drop down and get caught and spun.
<p>Cool!</p>
thanks!
Sweet I'm allready stripping my v.6 to add the mech
how well is it going so far?
I just posted mine
good luck! I'll update the mech for you...make sure the firing pin is inside the bolt as when it drops down it gets really unreliable. Make it like this (it even let's the bolt lock into place!) :
I personally hate removable mags they take up a lot of my parts
That looks amazing and probably pretty nasty to the guy ur shooting too
basically done with it now... I'm hopefully getting new bands tomorrow to test it out so I can post.
kind of a very extravagant secondary probably, especially with the non-removeable mag and such.
only shoots green rods, and is not all that powerful, but the really loud &quot;chank-click&quot; that the bolt makes when you move it is incredibly intimidating, and it looks like a really nasty shotgun. I think it's more a close range rapid reload kind of thing. maybe I'll add a pump too... :)
Ouch dude that's complicated I'll try to fit it though
here, my latest work :p
sorry... BTW I got a fairly reliable one just now. Looks pretty crappy and the trigger mech needs a lot of work but it fires, and actually pretty well
Once you have the 'ible up I will add it to my v.6 sniper and post (credit given where due)
here... as many as I could take and hopefully as many as you need. Feel free to offer suggestions! :)
I'll be sending a bunch of pics of the mech so far but I don't have much time to make an ible
sounds good.
The rounds shoot straight not sideways correct?
correct, when the bolt is pulled back one side is dropped down in, then pushed so it swings into a normal orientation.
Thx man instructables needs more people as creative as u
thanks! it's a lot of fun to work on
<p>True dat.</p>
Can u make an instructable on just the mech so I can build it I really want to build it
gladly... I'll do so after school today if I have time.
Can't wait to see how it looks
coming along nicely...
Why dint u just incorporate it into your dbar's frame
what I'm working on now...not going too well
Could u connect the two together so that when you pull out the bolt it cocks the pin but when you push the bolt back it leaves the pin cocked
That is good because all you have to do it put the mech higher that the stock and it will work
The bolt sticking out doesn't matter as long as it is above the stock because it will be pushed in anyhow
OK... need a cheek guard though as it wouldn't feel nice to have it whip by
Is the bolt part of the firing pin? Or is it like a bolt action where u pull out then push back in
currently they're separate
If I make the trigger handle section bigger in my sniper it might fit
the problem is how much space the bolt takes up when extended
OK, I'll see. IDK if I have enough parts if I don't take apart my dbar though
Some pics of the sniper and another idea I had was a bullpup pistol with that mag
I'm gonna try to add some close up pics but is night so might be bad
Well a lot of the parts r for the breech loaded internal mag mech and a simpler stock and sight can be added
Check it out<br>
It will!! Try that
in your sniper?
Idk I'm not Good at building frames
Maybe an m-16 looking thing
or something like a spaz or something, just with a bolt
Wait a min imma gonna go check if that would fit in my v.6 sniper rifle
That entire mech includes the firing pin right
this is with the pin extended and locked with a very basic pin pull trigger

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