Steyr AUG A2 Instructions





Introduction: Steyr AUG A2 Instructions

Hello there,

These are the instructions for my Steyr AUG A2 model.
You can find more information about the gun right here.

Step 1: The Stock

This shouldn't be too hard.
I hope the pictures are in the right order, the uploader was being annoying.
If you have any questions, don't be afraid to ask them.

Step 2:

Again, if you need help, ask me.

Step 3: Assembling

The easiest way to do this, is to remove the four green rods on the stock's end. Then just slide the two halves into eachother, and add the rods again.

I hope you enjoy your own AUG A2!



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    Hey just one quick question. How did you make the mag? Could you post a few pics on how you made it (or at least tell me). Thanks!


    The inner parts are almost the same as the outer walls, just replace the top-most yellow connectors with blue rods. Like in this photo.

    To make it curver, don't fully connect the green rods on one side, as you can see in the photos of this ible.
    Hope this helped~

    on my aug I made the magazine kinda like stuck with a blue rod

    Do you have a picture of you one? If so, post it here! I'd like to see it.
    Sometimes, magazine releases can be stubborn, which can be fixed with a small bump.
    Anyway, I hope you like it, even though the magazine fell out for you sometimes.

    is that a pendulum blood sugar pic i see?

    also damn i have been gone for too long... noice wep

    ah ok

    ive seen the pic in a pendulum vid so thats all i knew about it

    Before I build this, are there cut pieces that are important for the gun to work

    There are a few broken white rods in this gun, but none of them should be that important. The ones in the handle can be replaced by normal ones. Tthe broken rod in the magazine can be replaced by green rods in the round connector holes, but you'll need tape to keep them in.
    There are two other ones in step one, which could be replaced as well.
    The orange connector in the magazine release can be a normal one, I just had this broken one laying around.

    I don't have this gun anymore, so if you need help with ways to get around broken pieces, let me know, and I'll rebuild the specific part.