It all started in 06 and a half. A basic knex cannon, block trigger, simple ram, and an unusual taste of ammo.
Today, we have gone so far. And this proves it. Introducing the Knex Longbow SR-L crossbow. simple to make, piece-efficient, and pretty decent overall. It is also the first crossbow to have a bipod and scope (correct me if i am wrong)..................
-60-80 foot range
-rubberband stays on the bow no matter what (unless you take it off)
CONS-not the best stock
-horizontal bow could be longer
Version history1.4- this was a concept spin- off of my SPEC-9 sniper rifle
1.6- added an extra layer on the bottom of the crossbow and improved bipod
1.8- replaced stock with a better one that features a sight
this crossbow is very similar to my sniper. if you want to choose, it depends on what you want. If you want a solid, sturdy gun, build this gun. If you want more range, build the sniper.
overall, this is a good upgrade for my sniper, i would recommend you build this gun...............
Step 1: Handle
1. build this
2. another view
3. yet another view
4. build the bipod holder (not optional)
5. assemble (add parts)
Step 2: Stock
Step 3: The Barrel
Step 4: The Horizontal Bow
Step 5: Bipod (optional)
Step 6: Assemble
1.attach bipod (optional)
2. attach horizontal bow to barrel
3. attach stock to handle
4. connect handle to barrel
Step 7: Ammo
Step 8: Loading and Firing
then, put ammo in the barrel, aim and pull the trigger