Introduction: New Knex Concepts Notification #3
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Miscellaneous Weapon Designs
7G5: Twisted Rod: This is a knex rod twisted by a power drill attached at one end, while the other end was held firmly in place (by a knex motor). This has not yet been tested (by firing it from a knex gun) for improvement in accuracy over regular rods. -by knexfreak95
15F10: Chain Fed Shotgun: A gun with a firing rod tip wide enough to strike three rounds at once. Two rotating wheels are positioned on either side of the gun on which a chain of chambers is spun around by elastics wound on one of the wheels. I suggest modifying the BR-18's design to fit this gun. -by Oblivitus
16F10: Chain Fed Shotgun: This back view shows how the rounds would move along the chain and how the three ready to be fired would line up with the barrel. -by Oblivitus
17F10: Chain Fed Shotgun: This top view shows the wide firing pin tip, the trigger block, and how the BR-18's design would be implemented in stopping the chain. -by Oblivitus
18F11: Shotgun Revolver: The drawing to the right represents a string of CS3 (Compact Shotgun 3) barrels set up on their sides with flexible rods on the inside of the circle and the outside of it holding them together. The drawing at the left shows how the flexible rods should be attached in a criss-crossing pattern to provide strength to the revolver. -by Oblivitus
18F12: Dual Barreled Revolver: A BR-18 with dual barrels, firing rods, and triggers. The triggers would either need to converge at a handle in the center, or use two handles (one for each trigger). -by Oblivitus
19F12: Dual Barreled Revolver: This drawing shows the location of the barrels more clearly. -by Oblivitus
20F13: Triple Mag Fed Gun: A gun that uses an extra wide ram tip to strike one rod fed from a magazine at a time. A slider comes in from one side to block all but one of the magazines. When the magazine that is currently in use empties, the slider is manually moved to allow the next magazine to push rounds into the barrel. The rods must be longer than the slider so that the ram will hit the rod but not the slider.