Compact SRv2

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Introduction: Compact SRv2

About: I make instructables. I also have a YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/Lowneification!

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When I posted the full-size SRv2 way back in February 09, a lot of people told me that they couldn't make it because of the lack of parts. Well here is the solution! I too have very few yellow connectors, only about 100 yellow and 20 metallic. This gun uses about 85. It isn't as powerful as the full-size version, but not by much.

The Sears mech on this doesn't lift up or push down on the ammo, like on nearly all slingshot guns (including the SRv1). Because of this, it has an incredibly high range.

This has most of KillerK's mods, albiet pulled off in a different way. The handle can now take the entire gun's weight, the stock connection is stronger, the barrel is shorter and uses fewer pieces (obviously).

Video of the full size SRv2, also available on the instructable


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    126 Discussions

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    dansdoc
    dansdoc

    9 years ago on Introduction

    and still you have not posted,
    so much for January

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    Lowney
    Lowney

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Dude this is like the simplest gun in the world. Look at the instructions for the compact SRv1 and then follow the conversion guide in my full-size SRv2 instructable and you should be good to go lol

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    mrmuffin
    mrmuffin

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    where in the heck are the compact srv1 instructions!!!!

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    Lowney
    Lowney

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    About 100 yellow and less than 150 green rods (not really sure about green though). I'm assuming you're asking about the compact SRv2 rather than the full size one, which uses considerably more parts :)

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    starwarsjedi76
    starwarsjedi76

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    yea the compact srv2 and i think i might try and make the orignal and thanks for ansering my question

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    Cheezpaper
    Cheezpaper

    9 years ago on Introduction

    I feel sad. No compact SRV2. I was hoping for a line of smaller and smaller versions like IAC'S Heavy Cannon line.

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    Lowney
    Lowney

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Bear in mind this is a lot simpler than IAC's cannon

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    superbestknex
    superbestknex

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    hey i have 154 yellow connectors and more ohh build zacs sligshot sniper rifle from knex innovation

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    Lowney
    Lowney

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    That's just a re-skinned SRv2 though, and if you have 154 connectors that's plenty (if you're asking if you have enough)

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    superbestknex
    superbestknex

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    yeah i agree but i got it to shoot about 220 ft with fins could you post instructions

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    Lowney
    Lowney

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    for Zak's? Why not go to KI?

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    Lowney
    Lowney

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    I don't know, it varies with rubber bands but this SRv2 was built as an experiment, and I never tested it outside. But it does shoot pretty well :P

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    Lowney
    Lowney

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    It wasn't a size 64, it was just some huge bungee thingy

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    instruct39
    instruct39

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    really? it looked like you knotted together some 64s

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    Lowney
    Lowney

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Oh my mistake, I thought you were refferring to the full size SRv2 video, I can't remember exactly how many I used on the compact version, but I used size 63