Step 1- Ammo Feeding
Step 2- Triggers
Step 3- Barrels
Step 4- Firing Pins & Pulls
Step 5- Grenades
Step 6- Guns
Step 7- Miscellaneous Weapon Designs
Step 8- Miscellaneous Non Weapon Designs
Step 9- Real Life Weapon Designs
Step 10- Concepts In Progress
Step 11- Stuff That's Been Done
Step 12- Completed concepts
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Step 1: Ammo Feeding
2A2: Hopper Revolver: This design uses 8 straight line hoppers (which are jam free) on a revolver to conserve vertical space. -by Oblivitus
3A3: Horizontal Magazine: This mag stores ammo in a line parallel to the barrel and turns it up through a curve into the chamber for firing. -by Oblivitus
4A4: Auto Feed Magazine: This is a new mechanism that will release a loaded mag upon inserting it into the gun. This picture shows the magazine before insertion. The green lines in the picture are elastic bands. Read the note. -by Oblivitus
5A4: Auto Feed Magazine: This picture shows the magazine after it has been inserted. Read the note. -by Oblivitus
6A5: Non-Interlock Magazine: This magazine feeds one round into the chamber at a time to prevent the grooves in rods from locking together. Interlocking k'nex rods reduce power so this magazine will be more powerful than others. -by Oblivitus
7A6: Detachable Mag Handle: A pistol with a detachable handle that is also a magazine. -by Oblivitus
8A7: Thin High Caliber Mag: A blue rod magazine instead holds yellow rods at an angle to save space. -by Oblivitus
9A8: Tilted Horizontal Mag: Rounds would be pushed along by an angled mag pusher. This design saves space and therefore increases capacity. -by Oblivitus
10A9: KKAR: KillerK's new ammo magazine. This magazine allows lots of ammo in a small space, and was inspired by the Peacemaker Carbine from Bulletstorm. -by TheFoofinator
11A10: Spiral Drum Mag: Drum mag with two rods that rotate in one direction to push rounds to the outside of the spiral and into a firing chamber. -by Oblivitus
11A11: Layered Drum Mag: A drum mag with multiple layers that fill the entire space within the drum which both rotates with an elastic and is pushed up by an elastic. When the outer layer is emptied of rounds, the drum moves up and the next layer begins emptying. This layer changing would be achieved by making the rounds press upward against a flat surface on the gun. -by Oblivitus