Double Shot K'nex Gun

About: Amateur photographer and dabbler in K'nex weaponry.

This is a double shot modification of my K'nex gun.

The original is here:

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Step 1: Gather the Parts

(The parts are said in the standard colors. The pictures may differ slightly.)

2 single shot K'nex guns Here.
2 bullets
2 white rods
2 grey connectors

Step 2: Assemble

1. Attach a white rod to the bottom of the green connectors
2. Attach a white rod to the bottom of the yellow connectors
3. Attach a grey connector to the white rod connected to the green connectors. This needs to face up, so it is obscured by the green connectors.
4. Attach a grey connector to the white rod in the front of the gun, facing forward (as opposed to up).

Step 3: Fire It

1. Pull back the orange connector(s) as far as possible
2. Place a bullet(s) in front of the orange connector(s), in between the two sides of the rubber band(s)
3. Slide your finger out of the way quickly

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    72 Discussions


    10 years ago on Introduction

    Nice Dude. Pretty Easy to make and it is super easy to conceal. I think I may be able to modify the bullets to make them look cooler. So I'll try to post an Instructable to make the bullets look cooler.

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    10 years ago on Introduction

    does this even have a trigger? nice idea, but not very good for accuracy, range or power. great for low piece count guns, though.

    1 reply

     Not really. You just hold the orange pieces back with your finger. 

    If you want to shoot someone from ten feet away it's about alright... :D

    Luckily I have much more powerful and accurate guns now.

    Really great for those times when you just don't have enough pieces...


    10 years ago on Introduction

    I just made the instructable so go check it out!


    Reply 10 years ago on Step 3

    Not terribly far, but just enough to be worth trying it out. It helps to flick your wrist a little as you fire it.


    10 years ago on Introduction

    um.. that is nothing compared to what we can realy make!