Knex Walther PPK Model Instructions

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Introduction: Knex Walther PPK Model Instructions

About: Hey there. I won't add too much info here, as it'll show up as one big paragraph.

Hello! You maybe saw this pistol in my lmg slideshow, and i got an request to post it. So here it is!:
Some info about the pistol itself:
The walther Polizei Pistole Kriminalmodel is an compact, semi automatic pistol. The name stands for Police Pistol Detectivemodel. The pistol is famous for it's use by James Bond, and this pistol was used by mr. Hitler to shoot himself. Anyway, enough info, let's go to the building! sorry if some photo's are blurry, but they were taken by my ipod.

Step 1: Build Everything!

this is everything. Asembly and banding is the next step
pic 1+2: every part of the gun
Pic 3: sideplates, build 2 times
Pic 4: blurry handle, not that hard
pic 4-9: handle close-ups

Step 2: Asembly!

Time to build your gun!

Step 3: Finished!

yay! you finished your own ppk model, tell me if you like it, and if you mod it or so, show me a photo and i'll include it here!

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    Alrighty then. I'll get to it tomorrow (listening music, being evening here, and not wanting to k'nex at the moment...)

    I remember making many Walther PPK models that did fire and were the same size as this. The last one I had made shot about 40 ft. and was overall just plain awesome. About a year before I joined instructables, I dismantled it. D: I wish I hadn't...

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    Hey! Something just dawned on me! We could do a collaboration; you could work on the looks (frame, trigger guard, etc.) and I could work on the firing mechanism. That way, we're both using our areas of expertise to make an awesome model! You'd get like 70% credit; the looks are what really make a model.  I understand completely if you want to do it on your own, though.  'Tis just an idea, good sir.

    Hmm, I see two options.
    1: You build a mechanism, take some photos of it, and send them to me (on my orangeboard most likely). Then I'll try to build the body around it.
    2: I build a body, probably different from this one, and send some photos to you. Then you try to fit a mech in

    I think option two seems the most logical. Just try to keep in mind that a mechanism will be fit into it, and it'll be all good. :3 (Maybe leave a hollow space or something.)