CS2 K'nex Shotgun by Oblivitus

Introduction: CS2 K'nex Shotgun by Oblivitus

About: I paint, write music, and used to build knex guns. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Studio Art. - updated 5/7/2014

DON'T BUILD THIS, BUILD THE CS3

K'nex Gun Name: CS2 (Compact Shotgun 2)

Description: The CS1 was a new type of shotgun that had great potential and the CS2 fulfills it. With dual barrels, each firing 3 large rounds with a good deal of accuracy and power (goes about 30 feet and knexgun said his went over 60), and the ability to fire them almost simotaneously or individually, as well as room in each one to load a variety of k'nex pieces, this very compact shotgun is a force to be reckoned with. Also, correct me if I'm wrong, but this may be the longest ranged k'nex multi-round firing gun.

Influences: The Handle Is From My DD-27 v2.1 Super Pistol Mod Which Is A Moddified Version Of Jollex's Gun.

Power: 7/10
Accuracy: 7/10
Rate Of Fire: 6/10 (cock, cock, load, load, fire, fire)

Length: 9 inches
Height: 6.5 inches
Width: 2 inches
Capacity: 2 sets of 3 rounds

1: CS2
2: CS1

This instructable will show you how to make the CS2, you can build the CS1 from the picture below if you are just interested in the shotgun barrel design.

DON'T BUILD THIS, BUILD THE CS3

Step 1: The Gun

1: Gun, Left
2: Gun, Top
3: Gun, Bottom
4: Handle, Top
5: Barrels, Bottom
6: Trigger, Dissassembled
7: Trigger, Assembled
8: Trigger, Installed
9: Firing Rods
10: Firing Elastics
11: The Final Product

Step 2: Cocking, Loading, Firing

Cocking:

1: Pull Back The Bottom Firing Rod
2: With Your Hand Pressing Up On The Trigger Mechanism,
3: Pull Back The Top Firing Rod

Loading:

4: Hold 3 Yellow Rods In A Staggered Formation
5: Insert Them Into The Top Barrel
6: Push Them All The Way In
7: Insert 3 Into The Bottom Barrel In The Same Manner

Firing:

Pull The Trigger!

Step 3: Need Help?

Message me if you need help on any one of my designs!

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    87 Discussions

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    ol987986
    ol987986

    10 years ago on Step 1

    they dont need to but it reduces  friction making it slightly more powerful but they dont need to be so your basically both right

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    KnexFreek
    KnexFreek

    10 years ago on Step 1

    ( This is on step one) Cutting black rods????? HELL NO.

    LOL! Dude!!! WTF! They dont need to be cut.....

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    mhihihhi
    mhihihhi

    10 years ago on Introduction

    okay! im workin on out the bugs, and i need a new digital camera, but ill try to get it up and running. tres bien!

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    mhihihhi
    mhihihhi

    10 years ago on Introduction

    very good.you, jamalam,dj radio,mepain ,and i am canadian are all very respected. i wanted to post a crossbow ,true trigger,mag fed, scope foldable, and shoots just over 210 ft if i am correct-im still working on the last couple of features, but iwas wondering if i should post-tres bien

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    mhihihhi
    mhihihhi

    10 years ago on Introduction

    oblivitus bon travail continuez votre bon travail! très bon

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    agent harmsy
    agent harmsy

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Not bad, good sir, not bad at all! I like the bang-for-your-buck parts wise, and it has excellent power. Problems I have are that the handle, where it connects to the barrel, is quite weak, and the trigger seems to have trouble cocking for the 2nd (upper) barrel. I 'spose this is fixed with CS3? 4*

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    Oblivitus
    Oblivitus

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    The CS3 is sturdy and has a much better trigger, the top barrel will always be difficult to cock.

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    maxmaz2
    maxmaz2

    11 years ago on Introduction

    i could not get it right i think u should make the instructions more clear

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    Oblivitus
    Oblivitus

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    I made a few improvements since I made this instructable, I will include them if I improve this further and make a CS3 instructable.

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    Oblivitus
    Oblivitus

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    I will be posting the CS3, I'm not sure when though.