Knex Anti-Material Crossbow

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Introduction: Knex Anti-Material Crossbow

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Hey everyone, I have just finished, yet another K'nex project that i have been working on for quite some time now! It is my new Anti-Material Crossbow. This thing is awesome, it shoots a large projectile a very long distance and "packs a punch" so to speak. I tried to use as few pieces as necessary while still keeping the weapon strong and sturdy. Since most of the structure on the gun is on the bottom I hardly need any support on top because the bottom structure of the gun absorbs all most of the pressure from the rubber bands. Therefore i can have a very piece efficient top structure on top while still giving the small amount of support it needs. Although this weapon is somewhat piece efficient for it's type it still requires a lot of pieces and for the most part, blue rods, white rods, and purple 3D connectors in general.

Features
  • Long Range (50-150ft)
  • Powerful
  • Large Ammo
  • Some-what Piece Efficient
  • Easy To Reload
  • True Trigger
  • Strong Structure
  • Crossbow Increases Power And Range

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    31 Comments

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    DukDukboy101
    DukDukboy101

    3 years ago

    Eh, I prefer IaC's heavy cannons. This one looks a bit flimsy.

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    knexpert15
    knexpert15

    4 years ago

    please post some instructions man

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    TheRacker
    TheRacker

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Have you heard of IaC's heavy cannons? They are much better designed and posted fully.

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    TheRacker
    TheRacker

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    https://www.instructables.com/member/I_am_Canadian/?show=INSTRUCTABLES&sort=RECENT&limit=10&offset=10
    There you go. He has 5 versions.