This can be a fun side-arm without any extras, an accurate repeater with the long barrel, a steady, comfortable innacurate repeater with just the stock, and a formidable accurate, comfortable war gun with the complete set. I'll add more as time goes on.
It shoots reasonably far, with some power. Not as much as I would Ideally like, but about 45-50 feet with 2 rubberbands tied together. I'll add videos at some point.
This gun also features a new type of handle. It is angled between 45 degrees and 0 degrees, at such a point that makes this so comfortable.
- V1.0 - A fun little side arm attempt with a cool handle. Great for playing with, quite powerful.
- V1.1 - I modded the mag to hold more.
- V1.2 - I decided to post it, but it wasn't quite as original as some of my other stuff. So, I made some SOPMod extras and here we are.
Side arm - 4.5/5. The range is average for a sidearm (I've built a few before), and it is generally fun and reliable. It has yet to jam on me.
Assault rifle - 4/5. The range is a downer here, you would want ever so slightly more power in a war situation, but its reliability and comfort make up for that.
"Sniper" pistol - 4/5. It has alright range, slightly down with the barrel mod (40 ft tops), but the accuracy balances the whole thing out again.
Primary war gun - 4.5/5. It is versatile, light, agile, accurate(with the barrel mod on) and very reliable. A must have.
I guess this could be my sidearm, but TJS is a bit like TDS... and it just isn't right. Besides. Jamassault sounds awesome!
This is really a must build. Why? It rules, of course!
You like it? You do! Then lets make a start on the buildy buildy part of buildyness!
EDIT: after i got #64 rubberbands, the proper range is 45 ft max with nothing on, and 40 ft wwith the barrel/
Step 1: Handle, Trigger, Main Barrel, Magazine.
Pictures 1-6 - Main gun part.
Pictures 7-10 - Finishing the barrel.
Step 2: SOPMod Extra 1: the Removeable Stock.
Step 3: SOPMod Extra 2: Removeable Accuracy Barrel.
Step 4: Connecting the SOPMod Extras, and Rubberbands, Loading and Firing.
Basically, the Stock slides on from the side, and the barrel clips on from the bottom and sides. Look at the pictures for more help.
The rubberband pictures should be simple enough.
To load, put white rods in the magazine, put the pusher in. Pull back the firing pin, and pull the trigger. You shouldn't "Dry Fire" (fire it with no ammo) the gun, it will destroy the purple connector in the mag pusher. If you really wanted to, take the pusher out and do it. I don't see the point... but if you want to... Have fun with the Jamassault pistol!