K.B.S.

Introduction: K.B.S.

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After a long bit of inactivity, I decided to post something. This is a single shot, shell ejecting shotgun that uses a shotgun shell that is like KILLERK's shell, but is slightly modded. This can have a higher rate of fire than KILLERK's shotgun, which is just a shell stuck onto a TR body, because you don't have to take the time to put in 20 green rods; you just have to stick in a new shell and you're done.
Someone made something like this before, but their's didn't shell eject.  All you have to do is stick in a shell, cock the gun, and fire. When you fire the shell ejects automatically. This gun uses a TR style stock and trigger, so you can use any kind of TR stock you want. K.B.S. stands for KnexBuild Shotgun. Please rate, comment, and SUBSCRIBE.

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Step 1: The Shell Ejecting Mechanism.

Here you will build the part that holds the shell until it is ejected. 

Image 1: Build this.
Image 2: Here is a closer view of one part.
Image 3: Here is a view at another angle.
Image 4: Here is a view at...   ...Oh for Pete's sake, just look at the stinking picture!!!
Image 5: Add two more layers onto the stuff you made.

You're done with this step.

Step 2: The Stock

Here you will build the stock. you don't have to build this exact stock; you can use whatever TR stock you want.

Image 1: Build this. It is the barrel.
Image 2: This is the trigger.
Image 3: Build this.
Image 4: Add the outer panel and the black wheels.
Image 5: Put the handle on the stuff you already made.
Image 6: Make this.
Image 7: There is a y connector that attaches the pin guide to the gun.
Image 8: Add the outer panel. Don't forget to add the dark grey connectors.
Image 9: Add rubber bands to the trigger and the firing pin.

You're done with this step.

Step 3: Putting It All Together.

This is the easiest step. All you have to do is to connect the stock to shell ejecting part.

Image 1: Get the shell ejecting part.
Image 2: Get the stock.
Image 3: Connect them together as shown.
Image 4: You are done with the gun!

That wasn't so hard, was it? 

Step 4: Loading.

Here I will show how to load the gun.

Image 1: This is the shotgun shell. Build as many of them as you want. They can be loaded with 4 yellow rods, 8 white rods, or 16 green rods.
Image 2: Load the shell into the gun.
Image 3: Make sure that the front of the shell is in the slot and is not underneath it.
Image 4: This is how it should look with the shell in the gun.
Image 5: Cock the gun.

All you have to now is pull the trigger, and the gun will fire. The shell will eject out the bottom when you fire the gun.

Step 5: You're Done!

You are done building the K.B.S. Have fun shooting it, and be sure to SUBSCRIBE.

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    26 Discussions

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    H1T4TCH1
    H1T4TCH1

    7 years ago on Introduction

    A shotgun in a shotgun, lol.

    Is it modable to fit on a NAR?

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    ~KnexBuild~
    ~KnexBuild~

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    The shell ejecting part could fit onto a NAR, but the barrel of the NAR would have to be slightly modified.

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    tytiger33
    tytiger33

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Very nice. Looks odd but all KILLERK shotguns look odd. The stock is a little overly long for close quarter but is easy to modify. And as with most KILLERK shot guns looks very front heavy. All in all it is a very nice gun. 4.5 stars.

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    ~KnexBuild~
    ~KnexBuild~

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Yeah, it looks odd because it has to have the bulky shell ejecting thing. I like the stock, but it can be changed to something smaller like Zak's stock or just a generic TR stock. It looks front heavy, but it is actually light. Thanks for the 4.5 star rating. BTW, are you going to build this gun?

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    tytiger33
    tytiger33

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    I might mod the the front part to fit on a Tr 18 without the turret..

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    ~KnexBuild~
    ~KnexBuild~

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Do you mean that you are going to make this into a single shot?

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    ~KnexBuild~
    ~KnexBuild~

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Do you mean that you are going to put the shell ejecting part onto a TR-18 body?

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    AUG-5OM3
    AUG-5OM3

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Interesting. The front looks kinda weird.....

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    ~KnexBuild~
    ~KnexBuild~

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Yes, it does look weird, but it has to be like that so the shell will fit inside it.

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    AUG-5OM3
    AUG-5OM3

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Okay. I'll see if I ever get around building it. I think it uses too much snowflakes for me...

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    ~KnexBuild~
    ~KnexBuild~

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    I agree. This will be useful because it has fast reload times compared to other shotguns. I would pick this over the FSSG or most any other shotgun. My first shotgun was really weak, and could only hold 3 green rods. This can hold about 16 green rods, and it is very powerful.