Storm 221 V2.4 Battle Sniper-------Review Only

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Introduction: Storm 221 V2.4 Battle Sniper-------Review Only

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This instructable is a review only. It is on the Storm 221 V2.4 Battle Sniper by the Jamalam. Note that almost all ratings are by statistics not my personal opinion. I asked for permission before hand so do not bug me about that. Enjoy.

Step 1: Pros

-Comfy front grip
-True trigger
-Stock
-Low friction barrel
-Bolt action
-Med-sized magazine
-looks cool
-never jams

Step 2: Cons

-Bumps on the top of the inside of the fake barrel
-flimsy bi pod
-inaccurate scope
-low range
-sometimes shoots 2 at once
-Bullets don't always leave barrel

Step 3: Statistics

Weight---------------- 2lb 6oz (no extras)
Length----------------- 33 inches
Range----------------- 20-40'
# of ammo in mag-- 6
Ammo type----------- Yellow

Step 4: Does It Have. . .?

True Trigger---------Yes
Scope-----------------Yes
Bi-pod-----------------Yes
Stock------------------Yes
Bolt Action----------Yes
True-Bolt Action---No

Step 5: Can It Be. . .?

Primary Weapon--------Yes
Secondary Weapon----No
Long Range--------------No
Mid Range----------------Yes
Close Range-------------No

Step 6: Rating

Range-------6/10
Power-------5/10
Looks--------8/10
Strength-----8/10
Accuracy--- 4/10

Step 7: Overall

-Decent range for a semi-automatic
-Good Size
-Would be a great assault weapon
-Bi-pod is very weak

Step 8: Would I Personally Recomend It

Yes. It may use a lot of pieces but it is fairly powerful and reload is quick.

Step 9: Final Rating

7/10

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    Aaaaaaaargh!!!! IT'S NOT SEMI AUTO! YOU HAVE TO PULL BACK THE RAM EACH TIME YOU FIRE. Semi auto means: 1 trigger pull, 1 shot. No cocking.

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    single shot: pull back pin and load a round.
    repeater: keep pulling back the pin, auto loading.
    semi-auto: 1 pull of the trigger if 1 shot, no loading.
    full auto: hold down the trigger to keep shooting.

    simple!

    Well thats in real life. In knex world semi-automatic is you don't have to reload it every time, but only when the magazine is empty. I know that in real life semi auto is pull trigger and no cocking, fully auto you can hold the trigger down, and bolt action you need to pull back and push forwards to fire each shot.

    we have knex semi autos where you pull the trigger, and a round is fired.

    It's not my fault but some genius thought he made a semi auto so now everyone thinks if it has a mag it's a semi auto.

    that was the second knex gun ever made. The first true semi auto was the fourth knex gun made.

    no. Some dude called "(your name here)" made a basic knex cannon. Killerk's gun is like the 12th gun posted.

    Fraid not, this is cock-fire. And NO laughing.

    I laughed because you said not to.

    wow, thats a first.... :-P just kidding.

    But, it isn't really a dumb fault. Basically because semi-auto means "half-automatic".

    OMG! In my Z35 and Inferno, the same thing happens, the bullet bumps in the fake barrel. I hate those. Not building this.

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    Yeaa thats a good idea. I have built so many mediocre rifles that i forget my favorite...NOT. You NEED to build DJ's commando ar4-v3 and mod it a little. It is the best gun EVER!!!!!