The White Tiger V2 Rifle

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Introduction: The White Tiger V2 Rifle

Check my Bischoff 720 A.T.S too!

This is my White Tiger V2 Rifle
It's the baby brother of the Bischoff with a little extra:
It has the looks that the Bischoff lacks.
It has a range of 165 ft with a rubberband that is thick and small.
And the accuracy is up to 100 ft!
It's great fun when sniping.

Pros:
-cool looks
-strong body design
-nice looking fake mag
-better stock than the Bischoff
-comfortable handle
-foldable bi-pod
-same Bischoff trigger system

Cons:
-lots of parts required

For short:
It's a very recommandable rifle

Step 1: The Barrel

The hardest at the beginning.
build the barrel.

Step 2: The Fake Mag

This part is not required but it makes it look cool and it's a more comfortable handle.

Step 3: Bullet

This is the ammo that fires the best:
1 red rod, 1 tan clip and ducktape fins at the back as shown.

Tip:
When reloading, tilt your bullet 90 degrees and lock it in place.
when it fires it will spin when it is in mid-air and makes a more stable shot.

Step 4: The Bi-Pod (foldable)

This is my first ever foldable bi-pod!
i know it looks a bit flimsy but it can take the weapon's weight and that's enough.

Step 5: Stock

This part is for a steady shot and strength.

Step 6: Handle

This part is for an even steadier shot and an easy pull trigger.

Step 7: Shooting System

This part is to give the bullet pressure for shooting it far.

Tip:
Take 64# rubberband
cut it so you have a long one
cut a little bit of like 1 inch
and then you have an almost ideal shooting system

Step 8: Trigger

This part is for locking the bullet so it won't fly off straight into your eye.

Step 9: The Bullet Emplacer

this is the part that makes sure that it fires when you pull the trigger.

Step 10: Assembly of the Barrel

This part is VERY required!
pic 1: bullet shooter + barrel
pic 2: assemble them
pic 3: fake mag + barrel
pic 4: assemble them
pic 5: better look
pic 6: bullet emplacement + barrel
pic 7: assemble them
pic 8: trigger + barrel
pic 9: assemble them


Barrel Completed

Step 11: Assemble the Bi-Pod/Stock/Handle

This is rquired for strength and a slick body design.
Pic 1: handle + trigger
Pic 2: assemble them
Pic 3: stock + handle
Pic 4: assemble them
Pic 5: bi-pod +barrel
Pic 6: assemble them
pic 7: bi-pod unfolded

Gun Complete.
View Step 12 on how to string the rubberbands and Step 13 how to click the Bi-Pod and Step 14 on how to Re-load.

Step 12: Stringing the Rubberbands

Pic 1: String the rubberbands of the trigger as shown

Step 13: How to Click the Bi-Pod

Click it as shown.

Step 14: How to Reload

Get your bullet.
Make sure it is in the center of the rubberband.
Lock it in place.
Close up on "how to lock".

Step 15: It's Done!!!

Well,
You've built yourself the White Tiger V2 Rifle.
Have Freaking much fun with my knex gun.

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    hey Viccie, big fan of your guns, but do you have any good low part use guns?

    i got a tip, build the scorpion. It has a good range when you use good rubberbands. https://www.instructables.com/id/Scorpion-360-CDM-Critical-Demelition-Mass/

    If you build it, please use my bullet mod (:

    can u put a pic without the mag

    this handle is so chunky i can barely get my hand round it

    so is it slingshot like bischoff?

    Ye, exactly the same, just uses less pieces.

    kwl i built the bischoff instead now, sweet gun :D

    is that green rod in pic 6 supposed to be there or on the other side like in pic 1