K'nex - Double Barreled Shotgun Instructions





Introduction: K'nex - Double Barreled Shotgun Instructions

About: Hello there I'm Zombiekiller-93 but me can call me Jay. I like making models of K'nex guns from the Call Of Duty games that don't shoot anything because I just like it as a model because I just really do. I ...

Hey guys, and yes that it is a K'nex Double Barreled Shotgun. I got the idea to build it when I was looking at several videos on youtube of K'nex shotguns that had a break-action mechanisms in it, so I copied one and made it and then I went on to build it into my shotgun and of course I have made instructions for the Double Barreled Shotgun so you can have your very own made from K'nex.

Good Points

· Good Iron Sights

· Very Realistic

· Comfortable Hand Grip

· Removable Shells

· Break-Action

Bad Points

· Uses Quite A Lot Of Cut Pieces (see Parts List)

· The Whole Gun Is Very Flimsy

· Doesn't Shoot Because It's Just A Model

In Call Of Duty: Zombies, the Double Barreled Shotgun is available in all World At War maps and in the remastered maps in Black Ops. In World At War it is available from the Mystery Box for 950 points and also it can be bought off the wall for 1200 points (except for Shi No Numa) and as for Black Ops it can only be bought off the wall. It has a one shoot kill up to round 15, Speed Cola is very strongly recommend to decrease the time to reload the shells. When it is Pack-A-Punched for 5000 points it becomes the "24 Bore Long Range" where you get more damage, quicker reload time and a longer range. It will now have a one shoot kill up round 22 but you can still go for headshots even after that round when it has lost its one shoot kill and also you can buy ammo off the wall.

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Step 1: Parts List

If you have any trouble or need more pictures just leave a comment and I will get back you ASAP. I strongly advised you to collect all the pieces before you start building. Also I have added a few notes throughout this instructable to make it more easier to understand something if you run into any difficulty.

Green Rods - 360

White Rods - 51

Blue Rods - 53

Green Connectors - 12

White Connectors - 88

Blue Connectors - 4

Yellow Connectors - 114

Red Connectors - 22

Light Grey Connectors - 16

Dark Grey Connectors - 30

Orange Connectors - 66

Tan Connectors - 3

Tan Connectors (with the little tab cut off) - 6

Y Shape Black Connectors - 34

Black Socket End - 9

Black Ball End - 8

Orange 86mm Flexy Rod - 8

1.2cm cut Rods - 1

2.9cm cut Rods - 12

3.8cm cut Rods - 13

Yellow Connector (cut, see step 4) - 4

Light Grey Connector (cut, see step 4) - 2

Black Hinge - 4

Blue Hinge - 4

Blue Spacers - 14

Total - 938

Step 2: Stock & Handle

Step 3: Trigger & Break-Action Part I

Step 4: Magazine Well, Foregrip & Break-Action Part II

Step 5: Barrel

Step 6: Shells

Step 7: Done

Well done you made it to the end, I do hope you have enjoyed building it.

Zombie Quotes About The Double Barreled Shotgun

"They're going down, one limb at a time"

"Of course the brains will no longer be useful"

"They're death's will be quick and violent"

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    I'm going to make this one day and make it a sawn off shotgun

    5 replies

    Thanks Kona, would really like to see a picture once its finished

    haven't started yet, first need to find all of my hinges and i have test week right now so it should be done somewhere next week then I have my vacation

    Ok, you did say you would get some pictures of the python

    don't have them sorry

    Oh well that is a shame but its not the end of the world

    Sweet! One of your best guns. Oh, and by the way, I don't think it has SIGHTS per se, but a bead.
    So other then my little gripe about the bead, I love it!

    4 replies

    Thanks Corgi, I don't quite get the per se, but a bead

    What I meant is that a shotgun usually does not have iron sights, it has a little ball at the front of the barrel. Some shotguns do have true sights on them, however, this particular gun does not seem to have any back sight, so I thought it had a bead.

    Yes you are right, it just depends on where it was manufactured

    Well monkey if you hadn't notice, it's the same stock from my PPSh-41

    Well if that was to happen, I would have to shorten the barrel which is very easy to do but the handle might be difficulty to work around with.

    Ahhh.... looking at this gun makes me want to build a break action, and it makes me reminis to my Zip2....
    Great model!