stock isn't the strongest it could be
nothing to improve the guns fire range, but still looks beast
P.S. My rifle might look shorter than the actual rifle because i shortened my gun by 2 inches because my rubber bands kept snapping.
Piece Count: (not that many)
Light Grey- 2
Blue Spacers- 14
Grey Spacers- 2
Metallic Blue Clips- 2
Step 1: Bipod!
Pic 1. What you are building.
Pic 2. Gather and make these pieces.
Pic 3. Put yellow rod through the gun like so...
Pic 4. Put the 90 degree angle pieces on both sides.
Pic.5. Add the Grey spacers on both sides.
Pic 6. Clip the Green Connectors on the yellow rod. Both sides!
Pic 7. Slip the smaller 90 degree piece in like so.
Pic 8. Attach the other side.
Step 2: Scope!
Pic 2. Make these bits.
Pic 3. Make this.
Pic 4. Same thing, different angle.
Pic 5. Attach the 3 yellow connectors
Pic 6. Put those pieces on both sides.
Pic 7. Remove the yellow connectors that were originally on the gun and replace them with white connectors. both sides!
Pic 8. Attach on gun like so..
Pic 9. Put the yellow rod through and clip the orange connector on and then add the spacers and metallic blue clip. kinda tricky.
Pic 10. If the scope doesn't seem to be hitting the right spot when you shoot, try looking through the yellow connectors. this happens because of how much force and how many bands you are using to fire.
Step 3: Stock!
Pic 1. What you are making
Pic 2. Make these.
Pic 3. Clip the white rods on in these places
Pic 4. Attach to gun.
Pic 5 and 6. Optional... to help the gun stand up, make this and connect here.