Length: 16 inches (barrel)
Height: 5 inches (trigger area)
Width: 2 inches (barrel)
Wielded: 2 hands
Range: 50 feet
Damage: penetrates cardboard
Max Accuracy: 4 square inch target from 15 feet
Ammo: large gray rods
Capacity: 6 rounds (low ammo in the hopper makes it harder to fire)
Fires: 1 round per trigger pull
Rate Of Fire: rear pin action (cock, fire)
- Jollex (maker of the DD-27 Pistol that this was originally based on)
- dsman (maker of the DD-27 Assault Rifle that Jollex's Pistol was based on)
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Step 1: Handle
2: Make this. Add it on top of 1.
3: Make this. Add it on top of 2.
4: Make this.
5: Add part 4 to parts 1-3.
6: Make this.
7: Add it.
8: Final product. Set this aside for now.
Step 2: Handle Connector
2: Make this.
3: Make this.
4: Combine 1-3.
5: Add a blue rod as pictured.
6: Combine with the handle you made earlier.
7: Add a blue rod with a gray, one slot connector.
8: Add a white rod and a tan connector as pictured.
9: Add a blue rod as pictured.
10: The finished product. Set this aside for now.
Step 3: Trigger Assembly
2: Add green rods and a blue connector.
3: Make this. (The black pieces represent Y connectors.)
4: Add on the part from picure 3 and add 2 gray connectors to each side.
5: Add 3 blue spacers.
6: Make this.
7: Add it on.
8: Make this.
9: Make this (the black piece represents a y connector).
10: Attach 8 and 9.
11: Make this.
12: Attach it as pictured.
13: Make this.
14: Attach it as pictured.
15: Remove the yellow rod with a note on it (sorry, I should not have added this so early on, it was a mistake).
16: Make this.
17: Make this
18: Combine 16 and 17.
19: Add a green rod to the trigger as pictured. Tape it in place (preferrably with office tape).
20: Cut half of the noted green rod at the top of the trigger off with scissors (you can use a y connector if you prefer but it will break occasionally and need to be replaced).
21: Attach the trigger to the gun.
22: Attach the handle to the trigger assembly. Add an elastic as instructed.
23: Make this.
24: Attach it as pictured and noted.
25: The finished product, set this aside for now.
Step 4: Barrel, Hopper, and Sights
2: Add 2 blue spacers to each of the noted blue rods.
3: Make this.
4: Add it on top of the rest of the barrel/hopper Don't cover over the spacers.
5: Repeat steps 1-4 but do not add more spacers or rods, then add it to the rest of the barrel/hopper as pictured (you are mirroring the design) (the yellow connectors that you added in the last 2 steps do not show up in any other pictures from now on because I added it in at the last minute, so don't remove them)
6: Remove the noted parts.
7: Make this (the 3 black rods represent y connectors).
8: Make this (the black piece represents a ball socket joint connector).
9: Make this.
10: Combine 9 and 10.
11: Attach 7-10 to the barrel/hopper where you removed the green connectors in 6. Add a yellow connector where noted.
12: Add a y connector where noted.
13/14: Make this (there are 2 different views, just make the part once).
15: Add 13/14 to the rest of the hopper/barrel.
16/17: Make this (the gray connector has been cut)(there are 2 different views, just make the part once).
18: Add it where shown.
19: Attach it to the rest of the gun.
Step 5: Finishing Touches
2: Make this firing rod and add tape as noted(it is a 4 finger pull).
3: Put the firing rod in the back end of the barrel and attach elastics and add tape as noted.
To fire, load ammo into the hopper where the cut gray connector is and pull back the firing pin with 4 fingers - 2 on each side.