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Hello these are the instructions to a ball gun that I made. It is a little tricky to make and the balls don't go very far but it is still pretty good....
In this part there is the motor and the brick, (you put the brick on in the end).
This is the trigger, it is pretty simple.
This is probably the most tricky part.
This is where the actual launcher part is put on.Make sure that the stick goes into the back of the launcher because this is what pushes the balls out...
This is the simple part that makes the launcher shoot the balls.
This step is basically to make the gun more steady. But don't skip it!
This is were you simply attach the brick (Nxt) to the gun.
I'm sorry that I haven't done the the programming earlier but here it is. The touch sensor port will might not be right as well as the motor port s...
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