Knex Automatic Kap-40




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Introduction: Knex Automatic Kap-40

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  1. This is my Knex Automatic Kap-40. I give some credit to The Red Book of Westmarch since I used the body shape of his model Kap-40 to make my automatic Kap-40. Yes, I do know I left out the trigger guard (it is too small for me). The automatic mechanism works great and I will post instructions if asked. Now, lets get to those lovely statistics:

Ammo: Grey Connector

Ammo Capacity: 9

Rate of Fire: High

Reloading time: Slow (thinking of adding removable magazine mechanism)

Range: Short

Accuracy: Not very

The automatic mechanism is similar to those put into a lot of Uzi`s on this site, it was not hard to incorporate but it took me so long since I was attempting to add a kick back feature where a slide on the top would be moved backwards each time it shot. The kick back mechanism was successful but rendered the gun nearly useless in combat due to its very low range and high inaccuracy, you would have had better luck just throwing the ammo at your targets, so I ended up scrapping the kick back mechanism.




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    I feel stupid now. I found the instructions.

    I was right about to ask for instructions when i see u comment that ur gonna put some up. YES!!!

    Strongly doubt that its full-auto though..

    Maybe post the internals, prove me I'm wrong.

    Sure, I will post instructions, should be up within the next few days!

    Are you sure this actually fires? The trigger doesn't look like it connects to anything...

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    The trigger is a fake trigger, as mentioned above, the mechanism is based on a lot of automatic Uzi's on the site, meaning it operates by the operator forcing the ram rod up to shoot the bullets through a space at the top, it still is considered automatic firing due to the fact the bullets shoot out at a high rate of fire. That`s what I meant at the bottom where I spoke of what the mechanism is based on.

    Oh, my bad I must have missed that.

    Are you sure this actually fires? The trigger doesn't look like it connects to anything...