-This version has a structural core that absorbs all energy from the firing elastic (it transfers the energy through trigger blocks), preventing the mechanisms from being burdened with a greater load than they can handle. This should make the gun capable of handling the largest elastic that I own.
-Totally redesigned structure and mechanisms that take up less space and are much more stable than the previous version.
What stayed the same;
-still uses an alternating trigger mech
-still is powered by an elastic spool
-firing pin and crank are still basically the same
My short term goal is to make this fire gray connectors 30-40 feet semi-automatically. My next goal is to make it fire yellow rods 50 feet. After that, I want to make it into a semi-auto shotgun that will fire 3 yellow rods at a time 50 feet (using KILLERK's new shotgun system). That last one may or may not be my final goal. A fully automatic system is hypothetically possible with the amount of torque that I'm now dealing with.