CS3 Knex Shotgun

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Introduction: CS3 Knex Shotgun

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

Compact Shotgun 3
A mid ranged, double barreled shotgun pistol. Each barrel holds three blue rods. The barrels can be fired individually or simotaneously. The CS3 fixes all of the CS2's structural problems.

Version History
2: CS3
3: CS2
4: CS1

Influences
DsMan- trigger

CS3 Music Video
www.youtube.com/watch

Step 1: Part Count

Nov 13, 2009. 2:18 PMSeleziona  says:

I've got a parts list!

Rods
9 yellow
14 blue
16 white
30 green
2 long black

Connectors
15 green
17 orange
10 red
29 yellow
5 gray 2 slot
7 gray 1 slot
7 tan
2 Y

Miscellaneous
2 female ball joint connectors
1 T connector
4 hinges (2 male and 2 female)
21 blue spacers
6 gray spacers

Step 2: Handle

1: Build three of these.
2: Attach with a blue rod and a gray rod as shown.
3: Build this.
4: Build this.
5: Build this.
6: Attach parts 3-5.
7: Attach all parts.
8: Build this.
9: Attach as shown.
10: Add a tiny elastic as shown.

Step 3: Barrels

Gather these parts for step 1:
8 blue spacers,
4 gray spacers,
6 orange connectors,
2 tan connectors,
4 gray connectors,
8 yellow connectors,
4 black connectors,
4 blue rods,

1: Build this.
2: Gather these.
3: Attach as shown.
4: Build this.
5: Attach as shown.
6: Build this.
7: Slide on as shown.
8: Gather these.
9: Attach as shown.
10: Add two gray rods as shown.
11: Build this.
12: Attach as shown.

Gather these parts for step 13:
5 yellow connectors,
4 red connectors,
2 tan connectors,
2 yellow rods,
2 gray rods,
4 green rods,
6 blue spacers,

13: Build this.
14: Attach as shown.

Step 4: Trigger

1: Build this.
2: Build this.
3: Attach as shown.
4: Build this ( the cut rod is optional but will allow more elastics to be placed on the firing rods).
5: Attach as shown.
6: Build these.
7: Slide in a yellow rod as shown.
8: Attach the parts from picture 6 as shown.

Step 5: Assembly

1: Build this.
2,3: Attach the part from step 1, the handle, trigger, and barrels as shown.

Step 6: Finishing Up

1: Build two of these.
2: Add duct tape to the firing rods as shown.
3: Add firing and trigger elastics as shown.

Step 7: Loading and Firing

These are instructions from the CS2 instructable, it loads and fires the same way.

Cocking:
1: Pull back the bottom firing rod.
2,3: With your hand pressing up on the trigger mechanism, pull back the top firing rod.

Loading:
4: Hold three yellow rods as shown.
5: Insert them into the top barrel.
6: Push them all the way in.
7: Insert three more into the bottom barrel.

Now pull the trigger!

Step 8: Finished!

Have fun and don't forget to rate!

Step 9: Trouble Shooting?

Contact me.

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    101 Discussions

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    uberrobodude
    uberrobodude

    10 years ago on Step 4

    WTF?!? Is that another 8 hinges? I counted out EVERY peice only to find I dont have enough!

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    saw00700
    saw00700

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    ikr i did the same thing and ended up thinking wtf is a t connecter and just found out i don't have that or hinge pieces!

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    gb123
    gb123

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Ich habe einen schrumpelich spitzbart... lol german someone translate it... =D

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    shieldsam
    shieldsam

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    it says

    I have one schrumpelich pointed beard

    lol

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    gb123
    gb123

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    nice try! it means "I have A Wrinkled Goatee beard"
    L0L

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    rexdino5
    rexdino5

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Can I use a small blue one-way connector instead of the tan one-way connectors on all the steps? Since I have very little tan pieces but alot of the one-way blue connectors that are just like the tan ones.

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    rexdino5
    rexdino5

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Also does anybody know how to make a safety for any gun? Since one time I made a crossbow and it went off by accident and hit my mom in the glasses... I don't want that to happen with the gun. I always point the gun down to the ground with two hands when I'm not using it but I still my go off by accident.

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    iownu136
    iownu136

    10 years ago on Step 3

    I'm all right I replaced it now

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    iownu136
    iownu136

    10 years ago on Step 3

    ON STEP FOUR CAN I CHANGE BALL SOCKET FOR SOMTHING ELSE