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It's obviously a crossbow and it shoots about 65-80 ft.
It might take a while to recreate it, but believe me, it's worth building because of 3 things:
-You get recoil.
-It can pierce a bucket from a distance of around 6 ft.
-It's astoundingly accurate.
Downside is, it's a pain to put together because of the heavy concentration of parts in small places.
Step 1: Accuracy Tips
This part is for more accurate shots.
Step 2: Handle
For better grip, reasons can not be any clearer.
Step 3: Trigger
This one is required for building the firing assembly. Durp.
Step 4: Strength Bars
This part is to make your gun more powerful, and structularly more solid.
Build it twice.
Step 5: Handle Bar (Optional)
This part is optional. It only allows for a more comfortable shot.
Build it four times.
Step 6: Stock
More or less a stock for people with short arms. It just made the gun look better, and be more structularly sound.
Step 7: The Bow
The bow, not much else to it.
Step 8: The Barrel + Strength Bottom Part
The most time-consuming part of the build, but it's needed.
Picture 1-,2-,7- are the same.
Picture 3-,6- are the same too.
Picture 4-,5- are the same aswell.
Step 9: Assembly of the War Crossbow
Picture 01: Barrel + handle.
Picture 02: Put 'em together.
Picture 03: Barrel + bow.
Picture 04: Put 'em together.
Picture 05: Barrel + bow strength right.
Put 'em together.
Picture 06: Barrel + bow strength left.
Put 'em together.
Picture 07: Barrel + accuracy tip.
Picture 08: Put 'em together.
Picture 09: Barrel + trigger.
Picture 10: Put 'em together.
Picture 11: Trigger + stock.
Picture 12: Put 'em together.
Picture 13: Trigger + handle.
Picture 14: Put 'em together.
Step 10: Stringing the Rubber Bands
Pic 1: Put the rubberband at the back of the trigger and, then put them under the blue rod that hasn't been used. String it to the front end of the gun, where possible.
Pic 2: String six rubberbands at the front, as seen in the pic.
Info: NEVER, I repeat NEVER pull all rubberbands at once.
Do them two by two if, you want to have all your fingers still intact :D.
Step 11: There You Have It!!!
Finally, you got yourself the H.A.W.C (Highly Accurate War Crossbow).
Bragah. Have fun!