K'NEX ARX-160 - Steel Bite

About: K'NEX gun builder here at Instructables. More or less retired from the community, but I still pop in now and again.

Everybody likes an improvement, especially one that shoots furious little pieces of plastic that give your opponent time to do little more than exclaim in surprise! Welcome my newest K'NEX gun featured in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, the Beretta ARX-160 Elite Steel Bite version.

Coming in at 3.7 lbs., this beast of a gun is my first entry into the Rubber Bands Challenge contest, so don't forget to give it a vote! Shooting at a good 60 + ft., with great iron sights and an overall body coming in at 31 in., this thing is a blast to mod and mess around with. With completely original features such as a new stock, grip, and mag-pull, it still retains a touch of the old ARX-160.

While 9 rubber bands are in use, it only takes 2 to really get this gun working. With a rubber band-free trigger, all you need is one to set the pin block, and one to push the pin forwards.

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    10 months ago

    That is... AWESOME!!! Must have used up all ur parts :p


    4 years ago

    You like AW too, I made an atlas 45. Please look at it and give your opinions/tips on improvement. (It's my most recent instructable)

    Kona-chanDr MonkeyMan

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    that's a magpull

    it's use it to be able to pull out a mag at any time and somewhat faster, because if the mag is wet or something you can have trouble pulling it out, and it looks badass

    Thanks man, and yeah, if you hold the gun wrong, it could hurt, kinda, but the stock is long enough to easily prevent that... Could I count on a vote from you?