The Sipriani Rifle V 2.0 (Revised)

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Introduction: The Sipriani Rifle V 2.0 (Revised)

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Here it is!
The Revised Sipriani Rifle!

I decided to remake this gun because some people had problems with the flimsy barrel (it broke in two with too many rubberbands)
Well, this is the best version yet!
It has a pretty awesome range, sturdy barrel, and a cool ass stock!
Nothing to say anymore, so i'm just gonna say some pros and no's:

Pros:
-130 ft range
-Cool and comfy stock
-Sturdy barrel
-Better trigger!
-Can pierce a box from 5 metres distance
-Uses 2 64# rubberbands

No's:
-High part use

You likey?
Let's get too building then, shall we?

Step 1: Piece List:

Of course, a gun requires parts.
and this is the list for those specific parts.

Rods:
1 grey rod (ammo)
2 yellow bendy rods
2 orange bendy rods
35 blue rods
105 white rods
109 green rods

Connectors:
12 reds + 1 red (ammo)
5 light greys
2 greys
20 oranges
11 whites
9 greens
95 yellows

Exotics:
??? chain links (as many as you want)
2 blue clips
2 y-shapes
2 blue spacers
18 grey spacers

Other:
2 #64 rubberbands
1 small rubberband

Got the pieces?
Let's move on then!

Step 2: Chain

It is not required but, it just makes it looks sweet!

Step 3: Trigger Part #1 and Part #2

This is the new trigger.
(made by kookoo for knex in the instructable: Viccie.B1993's Sipriani Rifle Add-ons)

Step 4: Bottom Barrel

For upgrading the strength of the barrel.

Step 5: Upper Stock

This part is to hold the stock in place.

Step 6: Middle Stock

This part is to give the stock a nice touch and, for added strength.

Step 7: Trigger Thingy

don't know what to call it but it is required for stre

Step 8: Handle

For added grip and therefore, added accuracy

Step 9: Rubberband Holders

These parts are the holders for the rubberbands because without them, the rubberbands would fly together with the bullet.

(#64 rubberbands are recommended, i only had these at the time)

Step 10: Side 1

This is one of the sides for added strength.

Step 11: Side 2

This is one of the sides for added strength.

Step 12: Barrel

This part is to hold the bullet in place.

Step 13: Bottom Stock

This part is for a stronger stock and nicer looks.

Step 14: Bullet

Same ol' bullet from the original Sipriani.
no upgrades were needed for the bullet.

Step 15: Assembly + Rubberband Emplacement

Not clear enough?
Post a comment with your problem at the specific step.

Step 16: You're Done!!!

Well you've built yourself the Sipriani Rifle V 2.0 (Revised).

Have freaking much fun!!!!

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    Step 3 REALLY needs more pics. I can't see what's inside that casing

    It looks like it to me but i'd like to know for sure. I'm pretty sure Skreetsha was accurate because I did a rough equation and it seemed to check out.

    oops did i say 1,000,000,000
    i meant 100,000,000,000,000

    a google 100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000.

    About 50.

    not really
    its just to make the gun more stable

    This gun is no joke. I convinced my brother to have a back yard scrimmage you might say. I used this gun and luckily, one of the bolts shot straight and hit him in the arm. I guess he'll never agree to do that again, lol. Are the bolts supposed to tumble? Because if they didn't this gun would be capable of more than double the range. Maybe it's something I did?

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    Dunno man, mine used to fly straight usually. Possibly because I made fins with feathers though.

    Fins with feathers? How did you pull that off? I think it's just a matter that there's a bit more mass in the front and it just flips when it loses momentum. Maybe I'll work on that though, because this thing is deadly when I can get it to shoot straight.

    It's pretty easy :/ What is the problem??? Just asking.

    I know because you know already how to build it so it is very easy for you.

    Yeah right, like i stil know every little detail. I cannot build this one again using only my memory. I need to use my own Ible to build this gun, lol.