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Intro: ASR V1

The ASR v1: Assault Sniper Rifle

Alright! This is my first real K'NEX gun, as in the first one I made with little-no assistance, designed myself, and made from scratch. It took me almost a month to complete and it's the best that it can be right now, although I am not completely satisfied by it. Let's get into the pros and cons....

::PROS::
-Looks awesome
-Feels awesome
-OK Range - 40 feet
-Pin guide
-Shoots grey sniper rods
-Has foregrip - (sorry I forgot that in the pictures)

::CONS::
-Super piece consuming
-Probably a little long for some (although its fine for me)

It's a great weapon and all, but unfortunately, it will not be posted. On the bright side, it's pieces are being used to support my next project, and I have a pistol-- that will be posted (Yay!)--on the way. 

Stay tuned!

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    Knex.X

    5 years ago on Introduction

    well, it looks fantastic, but it's single shot, and not innovative at all, try adding a preloadable magazine or something and I'll give a try of building it.

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    FlyingFish10Knex.X

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Actually I did try giving it a mag and had many, many failed attempts. Also, I already said it's not getting posted. And as for innovation, A lot of new internal designs were incorporated into this gun; a lot of stuff I've never seen before in my 2.5 years of k'nexing. However you couldn't see them in the pictures... so I understand your claim.

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    FlyingFish10Knex.X

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    I can show you the inside of the handle, but that's about it since everything else has been taken apart.

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    It indeed has good looks! But how does the trigger work? It looks like it has a weird angle, that looks a bit uncomfortable to pull, but that could be just me

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    Oh. In some of the pictures the trigger kindof fell forward, and that's not the real resting point. In pictures 2, 3 and 4, you can see the triggers true resting point, where it is a comfortable pull. As for how the trigger works, well, it's a standard mechanism. But I'll show you in picture form anyway!!!

    Super standard: The trigger pushes the secondary trigger, which blocks the mech. Although the gun is taken apart, I believe that is the exact mech I used. The tape and extra rods on the pin block are for more resistance to bending. (that mech liked to bend with too many bands)

    mech.jpg