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The wolverine is an overall good looking and preforming weapon that can shoot orange connectors up to 50 ft.

I liked the stock that Lucas The Boss put on his victorious so I decided to use it on my rifle as well. I personally think that the gun looks good but your opinion may vary!

Stats:

Range: (connectors) 50 ft (finammo) 65 ft

Mag: 13 orange connectors (non preloadable)

Credits:

Stock: Lucas The Boss

YouTube video (shooting and stats): http://youtu.be/qDNxvbXZNxs

New YouTube series (building techniques): https://youtu.be/xEpl9aaVEkY
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<p>Nice!</p>
Hey ;) I had an idea for A new gun but I have no idea how to go about it. I have a couple of questions that I hope you don't mind answering for me.<br><br>Firstly, does a bolt action just pull back the pin? Or does It do other things like pull the bullet into the chamber or something?<br><br>My second question is do you know how id go about making the internals and magazine where the magazine enters at a roughly 45&deg; angle. This is because I want the magazine in slanted, but I don't want the bullets to Jam when the pin hits them.<br><br>Cheers :) and sorry for the long paragraph.
Look at reds zkar 'ible out. when you pull back the bolt It pulls the pin and when you push it back it takes a round out of a mag and puts it in a separate firing chamber. I haven't ever built one besides the zkar so I'm not sure on the internals.
Okay thank you, and the magazine question?
<p>Not to butt in here, but when it comes to the mag are you talking like a straight mag with the bottom angled forward? I could see that working pretty well if you have a bolt action rig that needs to take the round out to the rear into the chamber, but I think it would end up destabilizing any rounds and causing some funny pressure distribution if rounds were launched directly out. If you want that look what you might try is using a 5 layer section with a 3 layer sliding bolt that leaves a follower or is long enough to hold the next round in while pulling the first one back and letting something push it up. I think I tried something like that on my Zip-Dart but I ran into trouble keeping the round in place at the top of the chamber if it was done too slowly.</p>
curved mags area bad idea because of the way these guns load. It doesn't work as well so I would stay away from a curved mag.
OK but a magazine that loads at a 45&deg; angle is what I meant. Sorry if I didn't make it clear :/ I just have no idea how id go about making the internals.
<p>I personally don't think that you (or anyone) would have an easy time with the mag like that. I am not sure how to do the mag like that but I think that you should start with a fixed mag until you get he gun to work and then move on to the removable mag.</p>
Okay. Cheers for your help :D I am planning on making a new ball machine -&gt; build a couple guns -&gt; make my own gun-&gt; ball machine -&gt; etc....
<p>Nice job man!</p>
Oh and spelling mistake in intro. Performing not preforming
Great gun! Saw it on YouTube :)

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