Hey,I was wondering if anybody made a really good H&K gun
Whats so funny
What are you, 9? Oh wait you probably are, this is the knex section...
yes. I know that. I meant if anybody made a good KNEX heckler and koch gun
his keyboard is stuck again
Funny, that's actually a legit problem with this computer.
Yeah the G11 is bulky but I will try and do a attempt but the two major problems would be the burst fire and the horizontel mags it would be greatly thanks if ANYBODY could help me with this project
You got the name wrong. But anyways, you should try and make a G11, not too many of those on ibles.
Only 1 if I'm correct, but the G11 is a bit fugly (imo)
I know. =) I just like the G11 because its just a very cool looking and powerful gun.
I know it's cool (no casings FTW!!!), but I personaly think that it's to bulky
Yup, caseless is good; they wont be able to trace youre gun if you shoot up a store or something. I dont mind bulky guns.
No, a revolver would be a better choice for that.
Am I missing something here?
Maybe essential vitamins and minerals, something irony.
Yeah i could try my only problem would be the burst fire and I wouldn't want to use 3 pins
Can't help but love the title.
I made an G3 and G36C, check them out, tell me if they're / you like out
Ok I did and they don't fire I was kinda looking for a gun that fires
While I approve of self-motivated research, telling someone they got something wrong and then not correct it is about as useful as grading a test without telling how they got a question wrong; they don't learn anything. It's Heckler & Koch.And I designed a gun based off the UMP-45. There are several MP5 and variations of on the site. There are several G36cs around as well. As mentioned below, a G3 was made. I believe someone may have made a PSG1, but I'm not certain.
Ok thanks Dunkis I'm not the best speller in the world
But there's the rub...the mistake has been pointed out. You are presented with a problem. The learning part is knowing what is wrong, did you make the mistake or was the person pointing out the mistake wrong and then figuring out how to correct the mistake. You can either be motivated to learn what the correct answer is, motivated to go about finding out where to find the answer, motivated to get across the hurdles that may pop up in trying to find the correct answer. Is the person incapable of finding the correct answer or learn that they are really too lazy to care and remain ignorant. Good advice is rarely free but there you go.
Wouldn't you at least want to get the name right, after all they are the ones that make the real thing...