Introduction: K'nex Belt-Fed Rifle
Well, as the title states, this is a K'nex Belt Fed Rifle. I'm pretty sure that this is the first of its kind to not require a motor, and isn't just a bunch of block triggers. I took a piece of turret, made it a tad bigger, then made more and connected them together to make a flexible, yet sturdy belt. The rest of the rifle is pretty much like any other rifle out there. It has a ram that you pull back, a barrel, and a trigger. The gun has to be wound up like a turret gun, but that's really the only way I could think of doing it. Right now, the most shots I have been able to shoot out with a #64 rubber band on the wind-up is 12. Not bad, in my opinion. Also this rifle uses the same belt as my Semi-Auto Rifle. That's all said, so here are some Pro's and Con's.
Good Range (40-45ft)
Comfy, Sturdy Handle
Can hold a good amount of shots
Has Iron Sights
Easy to Wind up and Reload
Sometimes jams, because of the fact that the belt isn't actually connected to the gun itself.
If you don't hold the belt on the last shot, the belt falls and could break.
Trigger is a little sticky.
I hope you like it, and please leave your comments below.