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Hey guys, and today I bring you instructions for the Peacekeeper that can only be used in Call Of Duty: Black Ops II multiplayer providing you have download the Revolution DLC map pack. It is a fully automatic weapon and it is essentially a hybrid between a SMG (Sub Machine Gun) and an assault rifle and by the way this gun sort of does reminds me of the AAC Honey Badger PDW.

But before we go any further, I would like to thank and give a lot of credit to Instructables member Dr. Richtofen as I did follow the pictures that posted of his own Peacekeeper to make this one. When I did finish it, I did make a few changes to it and of course I have made instructions for it so you can have your very own Peacekeeper. The Peacekeeper took me 7 hours and 30 minutes to build it and this does include making minor tweaks and adjustments to it.

Good Points

· Comfortable Hand Grip

· Stock Is Detachable

· Good Iron Sights

· Very Realistic

Bad Points

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

· No Removable Magazine

· Uses Quite A Few Cut Pieces (see Parts List)

Also check out my other creations and instructions

https://www.instructables.com/id/Knex-1975-CZ-75-Instructions/

https://www.instructables.com/Knex-Biplane-Instructions/

https://www.instructables.com/id/Knex-1976-MP5K-Instructions/

https://www.instructables.com/id/My-Knex-Weapons-Of-2013-2014/

https://www.instructables.com/id/Knex-James-Bond-Helicopter-With-Saws/

http://www.instructable.com/id/Knex-1979-SPAS-12-Instructions/

https://www.instructables.com/id/Knex-Galvaknuckles-Instructions/

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 - 318

White Rods - 119

Blue Rods - 20

Green Connectors - 11

White Connectors - 23

Yellow Connectors - 146

Red Connectors - 62

Light Grey Connectors - 7

Dark Grey Connectors - 42

Orange Connectors - 23

Tan Connectors - 5

Tan Connectors (with the little tab cut off) - 3

Y Shape Black Connectors - 13

Yellow Connector (cut, see step 4) - 2

1.9cm cut Rods - 9

3.1cm cut Rods - 8 (These can be replaced with blue rod and grey connector)

Hinge Black Half - 7

Hinge Blue Half - 7

Black Wheel 25mm Open Centre - 6

Blue Spacers - 7

Push On Grey Gear - 1

Rubber Bands - 1

Total - 840

Step 2: Stock

Step 3: Handle, Magazine & Magazine Well

Step 4: Barrel & Foregrip

Step 5: Done

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



Thanks for building it, please leave a comment in the box below and subscribe

<p>The handle looks super comfortable, and the angled fore grip is great. The sights rule too.</p>
<p>Thanks Corgi</p>
Looks good. Maybe you could try smoothing out the edges a bit. Besides that, you did a nice job.
<p>Thanks Didexo</p>
<p>It will be my 4th WW2 gun along the M1911, PPSh-41 and Thompson</p>
<p>Thanks Mullet, everyone has their own favourite video game. My next creation/instructions will be a WW2 weapon so stay tuned.</p>
<p>Looks nice!</p>
Thanks Sand
Looks good!
<p>Thanks Jonny</p>

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Bio: 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 ... More »
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