Lego Gun

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Introduction: Lego Gun

Today, I show you how to make easy and simple gun for all Lego men!

Step 1: Pieces Required

1. Here are all the pieces you need.

Step 2: Adding the Hand

2. Clip the black hand to the bottom of the sniper.

Step 3: Finishing the Gun

3. Lastly, put the cone on the end of the gun facing forward and you're done.

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    13 Comments

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    on_rz
    on_rz

    7 years ago

    That is amazing I will build it it realy is cool

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    legofreak86
    legofreak86

    7 years ago on Introduction

    I do the same thing except the black hand is facing the other way and there isn't any cone.

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    wartroop
    wartroop

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Ah, good times might consider putting up more instructables up on here, if you guys want.

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    JavaNut13
    JavaNut13

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Very cool.
    Try (if it is possible) to on your camera to use a faster shutter speed, or put the camera on a tripod (even a stack of books..) and use  the 'macro' setting (If there is one)

    This will make your already good ideas look brilliant.
    --
    JavaNut

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    slipdiddy101
    slipdiddy101

    11 years ago on Introduction

     or you could just go to www.brickarms.com and buy weapons for legomen there are MP-40s, M1 Garands, AKs, RPGs, Bazookas, MGLs, gernades, and machine guns they are like $0.25-$2.00 each. And they are good quality and realistic. You should check tha site out. But nice job! :D

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    Landon Sullivan

    Well, unfortunately not everybody has access to a PSG-1.
    Looks pretty cool, though.

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    Akoi Meexx
    Akoi Meexx

    12 years ago on Introduction

    @legobattleboy: Nice work. I like how simple the gun is to put together, achieves a complex look with few parts so you should be able to make lots of them cheap. Keep up the good work. =)

    @RMConstruction: You ever try building creative models out of as few pieces as possible, while still keeping them original? More effort than you think.