This is my Masterdude Heavy Machine Gun (MHMG). It is made for power and shooting a lot of ammo in not a lot of time. It shoots the same ammo as my MBSR and has a hi-cap magazine. It also has a large bi-pod and can have a strap.
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Image 1: View of gun with bi-pod.
Image 2: View of gun with strap.
Step 1: Main Body: Making the Components
Make the following. Due to the large amount of parts each part will be assigned a letter:
Image 1-2: Make 3 of each. (Parts A & B)
Image 3: Make 2. (Parts C)
Image 4: Make 1. (Part D)
Image 5: Make 2. (Parts E)
Image 6-8: Make 1 of each. (Parts F, G, & H)
Image 9-10: Make 2 of each. (Parts I & J)
Step 2: Main Body: Construction
Follow the images:
Image 1: Add a blue rod to Part C.
Image 2: Add a blue spacer.
Image 3: Place Part J but don't connect, blue spacer, and blue rods.
Image 4: Add Parts A, B, E, and F and white rods.
Image 5: Add Parts A, B, F, H, I
Image 6: Add Parts A, B, E, and F and a blue spacer.
Image 7: Place Part J and a blue spacer as shown.
Image 8: Add Parts C and G, metallic blue and tan clips where shown.
Image 9: Add metallic blue clips and blue rods where indicated.
Step 3: Bi-Pod
Follow the images:
Image 1: Make 2 of these.
Image 2-3: Make 2 of these.
Image 4: Attach the earlier made parts as shown to make 2 of these.
Image 5: Add white rods to a white connector as shown.
Image 6: Add parts to make this.
Image 7: Cover with a white rod.
Image 8-9: Add red connectors where shown on both sides.
Image 10: Connect the legs to the main bi-pod hinge.
Image 11: Connect to gun's barrel as shown.
Step 4: Strap
When adding a strap, attach the strap where indicated.
Step 5: Loading and Firing
To load, take the blue rods at the ammo feed off and hook the rubber-band at the end of the barrel and the spokes at the back as shown in the images below. Then place the blue rods back into place and then load the magazine as shown with the ammo shown. Add the ammo pusher made in the gun component step as Part D.
Image 1: Standard ammo.
Image 2: Armour piercing ammo. White rod at tip can be sharpened but I advise against it.
Image 3: Mag loaded.
Image 4: Rubber bands hooked on tip of barrel.
Image 5: View of ammo feed when loaded.
Image 6: View of spoke when loaded.
Warning- This may cause harm or injury if misused. Do not point it at people. I am not responsible for damage, injury, or death caused by this instructable.