I know a long time ago I finished the Thunder Bolt series, but recently I made a new oodammo pistol and it's worthy to be called the TBAP V2. Here is the latest and best oodammo pistol of the Thunder Bolt series.
Some of the features of this gun:
10 round tilting mag
Mag lock that keeps the mag from tilting back when firing. (This was a problem I ran into on the Mezak)
A new mag pusher lock. This one is flat and doesn't use a rod. It also locks tight and never slips when loading.
A trigger that uses rubber bands inside the handle, and a short trigger pull.
A new ram lock that keeps you from pulling the ram out of the gun if you pull too hard.
It has a rail on the top of the gun to hold extra ammo
And uses two wheel for the rubber bands to go around. This saves the life of your rubber bands and reduces friction.
This gun shoots 60+ feet with one 64 rubber band. I haven't tried adding more rubber bands because I don't really need to.
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Step 1: Step 1
Picture 2: Build this guy. Remember the orange connector and the y connector.
Picture 3: Build these little things. We'll use them later.
Picture 4: Build this. Make it however you want. Use more yellows if you want or use none at all. It really doesn't matter. This is just the ammo storage.
Next step -->
Step 2: Step 2
Picture 2: Build these guys. Get a rubber band. You'll use it soon.
Picture 3: Put all the part together like so.
Picture 4: Place the rubber band like this.
Picture 5: Put the other side on.
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Step 3: Step 3
Picture 1: Build these two things. Don't forget the white rods.
Picture 2: Make these
Picture 3: Place like so.
Picture 4: Add the other side.
Picture 5: Add blue rod.
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Step 4: Step 4
Step 5: Step 5
Picture 2: Add wheels on both sides
Picture 3: Add rubber bands
Picture 4: Add rubber bands
Picture 5: Lock mag pusher
Picture 6: Tilt back and load oodammo
Picture 7: Lock back in place. Release mag pusher and fire.
You're done. Enjoy!
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