Introduction: How to Make a Lego Portal Gun!
This uses some lego pieces that may not be in your collection. No extra tools are needed other than the legos showed in the next slide.
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Step 1: Get All Yer Parts!
There are 8 blue studs.
Step 2: So, What's Your Favorite Breakfast? (answer:pancakes!)
Connect the black cylinder to the top of the black thingy with 5 studs, and put one of the levers on one of the sides of it. Set it off to the side for a while.
Step 3: That's 8 Studs, Folks!
Set this piece aside for a while.
Step 4: What's Your Favorite Animal?
Put the remaining to levers on the two tiles with one stud. Position them how the picture shows. Set these aside for a while.
Step 5: What's Your Favorite Dinner Food?
This picture is kind of hard to see. There is a tile with one stud under the curvy piece. Set this aside for a while.
Step 6: What's Your Favorite Game?
Connect the black plate to the clear plate, and connect the clear plate to one of the white plates. Check the picture! Set this aside for a while.
Step 7: What's Better, Pc or Mac?
Connect the first two (technically 2nd and 3rd) steps together as the picture shows.
Step 8: What's Your Favorite Dessert?
Connect the 4th step (technically the 5th) to the previous assembly.
Step 9: 3 Steps to Go! What's Better, Coffee or Tea?
Connect the 5th (technically 6th) step to the grey and black thingies with 5 studs. The white tiles middle should be inside of the black thingy's stud.
Step 10: The Final Strech!
add one of the pieces from step 3 and one of the extra white tiles. The middles of these pieces should be inside of the studs they connect to. Look to the picture for reference.
Step 11: Last Step!
repeat the previous step on the other side.
Step 12: Thanks for Looking at My Instructable!
This was the best I could make at the scale I used without using glue. If you want to make yours more accurate, you can use glue and cut the lego pieces.
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