Jackal V4

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Introduction: Jackal V4

About: I first joined this site in 2008 when I was a bored ignorant teenager with a lot of free time on my hands. Now as of 2019, I’m 23 and in graduate school so I’m permanently inactive here. If you still want to...

You're not doing me a favor by building this gun.  I'm doing you a favor by giving you instructions for it.

Quick stats:
Range- 45-50 feet with 2 bands
Reload time- 5 seconds
Mag capacity- 8 oodammo rounds.
Very comfy
Very reliable.

Video:



Step 1: Outer Panels.

Make 2 of this.  Put blue rods on one of them, set the other one aside for later.

Step 2: Inner Panels

Make 2 of what's pictured.  Set one set aside, put one on the first panel.

Step 3: Inner Guts.

1- Make/gather these.
2- trigger closeup (REMOVE THE BLUE CAP)
3- combine this and the bottom of the barrel.
4- add it all to the gun.

Step 4: Inner Panels, Part 2.

Remember that set of inner panels in step 2 I had you set aside?  Get them and put them on the gun.

Step 5: Outer Panels, Part 2

Add the final panel. 

2- Make this
3- add here.

Step 6: Handle.

Whatever.

1- make this
2- closeup on one important section.  This is for comfort
3- Add to gun
4- Make trigger guard
5- Add trigger guard
6- get them
7-8: add them to handle
9: get these
10-11- add to gun.

Step 7: Ram

Make the ram.  It's an orange connector, 2 gray connectors wrapped in tape, and a Yellow (in this case it's a gray metallic part) connector.

Step 8: Mag

Whee! Almost done!

1- Get all these
2- Make this
3- make these
4- Connect
5- Gather these
6- put them on
7- Add these to the gun
8- Add Etape.

Step 9: Loading and Firing.

Just do it.

1- Take the pusher out and put it on one of the thingys.
2- insert 8 rounds of oodammo
3- Put a Y connector on the top
4- insert it into the gun.  Try to position it like I do for optimum power
5- Take the Y connector off and place it here.

Go have fun with your new gun.

Step 10: Troubleshooting.

-My mag breaks
A: Use tape on the mag area where specified

-I'm shooting 2 shots at one time!
A: If you are, they are most likely getting high range and they both have equal range.  Don't see it as a problem, see it as a shotgun pistol.

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356 Discussions

Super cool gun bro.

Anyways, I realise why people don't seem fond of you, but don't feel put off by that. Would you rather live in a world of Knexers who build great guns after criticism, or would you rather live in one where everyone is overpraising everyone in a world of happy smiley faces?

I pick the former, and I think most Knexers here would too.

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~Meme~
~Meme~

Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

I do as well. Indubitably so.

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DJ Radio
DJ Radio

Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

The former is the community I came from, and the latter is the one it degenerated to. It's one of the main reasons we are having a lack of stuff that isn't generic.

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peterson4
peterson4

9 years ago on Introduction

I built and moded epicly 25 round mag full stock and acog scope

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travw
travw

10 years ago on Step 8

Is the E-tape necessary?

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travw
travw

Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

Ok. Any particular reason?

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DJ Radio
DJ Radio

Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

The same reason you would put tape on a firing pin.

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~Aeronous~
~Aeronous~

Reply 10 years ago on Step 8

 but i dont need tape on a firing pin, is it possible to just wrap a few bands around?

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DJ Radio
DJ Radio

Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

It will still break.  You do need tape.

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MegaMetal8
MegaMetal8

Reply 10 years ago on Step 8

u dont on the ram

i put 2 yellow connectors then a small wheel
which i wrapped bands round
works good

when i didnt put bands on i broke two orange connectors :(

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jonathanmi
jonathanmi

Reply 9 years ago on Step 8

LOL i didn't need to put tape on firing pin and i works

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Raikou-san
Raikou-san

Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

It holds the pieces together so that it won't break unless you put a lot of force on it.

Also, if that trigger breaks, you'd have to tear the gun apart to fix it. That's why there's tape on it.

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jonathanmi
jonathanmi

Reply 9 years ago on Step 8

I used 2 fat rubber-bands and it works. I did't use tape for the trigger and it works.