Let me introduce you to my newest build: No Less than Legendary. This is my favorite pistol that I have ever built. With a smooth handle grip with minimal broken parts this has to be one of my comfier handles.

The Features of No Less than Legendary are listed below:

Removable magazines

Iron sights

Great power and range(for a pistol(40-45ft. on average))

Magazine capacity 14+

Counter-weight in the front for aiming stability

Trigger guard

Ergonomically Adept

New reliable trigger system

<p>Wow, this looks awesome! Great job!</p>
<p>You're welcome!</p>
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<p>Here is mine! It looks great!</p>
<p>This looks fantastic! I'm glad you decided to make it, tell me how it worked out for you. :D </p>
<p>Please see the PM's I sent you.</p>
<p>This is the best handle fed pistol ever, IMO.</p>
Thank you, it means alot for this to be the best handle fed pistol according to you. You made my day :D :P What do you like most about it? I was mostly going for looks but came up with decent internals as well. And the whole removeable mag thing is so cool i just had to add it to my design.
<p>All the things you mentioned, and also the fact that the design is so much cleaner then the most pistols on this sight, since it doesn't have that many blue rods sticking out, and how you got around the cut parts on the handle. It looks pretty hefty too, which is great. Also, the metallic color scheme looks great on this pistol. </p>
<p>Plus the bottom of the mag fits against the handle very well.</p>
<p>hmmm, looks good, could you post internals or a small instruction, I'm curious about testing it myself</p>
I have already torn apart the front of it to make a more traditional looking pistol, but I will post the trigger/internals of it. I don't think you will have too much trouble with it, though it does have a lot of broken pieces. 5 cut whites, 3 in the gun, two in the mag. 3 broken orange connectors missing one tab, and one orange connector missing both tabs. Oh, and one cut green rod. I wish you the best of luck. Oh wait, I just remembered, my mom shattered the screen of my iPad so its in the shop right now. It might be a week before I get pics up. Sorry. :/
<p>This is very nice! Keep it up.</p>
<p>Thanks man! I tried to make it look real cool while still having the feature I enjoy the most, removable magazines in the handle.</p>
<p>It does look very cool, and I like the smooth edges that you made by using white rods instead of blue.</p>
Looks great!
<p>Thank you! Honestly one of your pistols the p264 or whatever it was made me want to build a pistol myself.</p>
Oh thanks I thought up until my crossbow everybody thought it was the same old stuff and nobody liked it. My crossbow is the only thing that people showed interest in, but thanks. Have any ideas for stuff I might could build next? I am messing with a pump but not sure if I'm going to complete.
<p>Thanks! What do you like most about it?</p>
<p>Don't know, it looks simple and good working at the same time :)</p>
<p>It's interesting, this trend of reviving handle-fed pistols. Reminds me of the good ol' days with the TDS (essentially your great grandpappy, whippersnapper) and everything that followed. I just may have to make a modern version of the TDSS if I get the time. Something compact like that I should fit into my schedule more easily. <br></p><p>But anyway, enough about my plans, I like this pistol. Mostly clean, straight, and to the point. I just really wish you could figure out how to not use &quot;unnaturally broken&quot; parts such as on the trigger. But other than that, a good looking weapon. </p>
<p>Honestly the reason I built mine was because of the fact that a lot of other people were doing it. I always have wanted to give it a shot while still having my overall touch to it. Really, if I wanted to, it would be very easy to use a non-broken piece for the trigger. The trigger-guard would have to be removed though. And I don't think that anyone has ever done this but, thank you for your contributions to the knex community. I just love the look and feel of this thing. And thank you for your compliments by the way.</p>
<p>This is a very cool looking knex gun. Great work! </p>
<p>Tank you!</p>

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