The Box Gun

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Introduction: The Box Gun

Look at my Panther Pistol

This gun has a great new concept. The connector (In this case happens to be an orange) goes down the barrel in the connector's middle hole, and you pull it back, let it go, and it slings it. It shoots about 40 ft. This gun does not have a trigger, feel free to comment for trigger ideas. Please comment and rate.

Thanks!

Step 1: Piece Count

Rods-

48 Green

4 Blue

24 White

1 Grey

Connectors-

7 blue 3D

50 Purple/Grey 3D

Step 2: Top and Bottom

Picture 1. Make this twice.

Picture 2. Another view.

Step 3: The Supports and Barrel

Picture 1. Make this twice.

Picture 2. Make this twice.

Picture 3. Make this once.

Picture 4. Connect.

Picture 5. Connect.

Picture 6. Another View.

Step 4: Assembly

Picture 1. Connect the top and bottom with blue rods.

Picture 2. Another View.

Picture 3. Connect the supports and barrel to the top and bottom.

Picture 4. Another View.

Picture 5. Another View.

Step 5: Rubberband Placement and Firing.

Picture 1. Connect the rubberbands to the Blue 3D connectors.

Picture 2. Slide any connector down the barrel, and when your ready, let go and fire.

Step 6: Finished!!!!!!!!!!

I hope you like this gun! If you have any questions or need help feel free to private message me!

Thanks,

Kookoo for Knex

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mabey if he puts hinges so that its pulls down on a rod that holds the connector ammo

Already tried it. It just breaks off the rod.

I couldn't think of one that would work. Feel free to post one in a comment if you make one.

I think this is an amzing gun 4.5*

i had an idea like this a few years ago, but it was actually a ram and it fired huge blocks of knex. the only problem was the trigger. that and the fact that it kept denting my wall.