Knex Bow & Arrow

This is my new Bow & Arrow it shoots about 15-30 feet hope you like it.

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Step 1: Gather the Materials.

Rods: 38 small Green or Black, 10 Yellow, 2 Blue, 20 White.

Connectors: 32 Purple or Silver, 4 Blue, 2 Orange, 8 Yellow or Grey, 2 White, 4 Green.

Other: 2 rubber bands, 2 wheels (without cover), 2 Blue spacers.

Step 2: Construct the Base/ Handle.

Pic#1 Make 2 of these.
Pic#2 Connect them with the green rod like so.
Pic#3 Make 2 of these.
Pic#4 Connect them so they look like these.
Pic#5 Add a Yellow Connector on both sides.
Pic#6 Make 2 of these.

Step 3: How It Should Look So Far.

This is where you connect the pieces together.

Step 4: Finishing Steps.

Pic#1 Do this step to the top and bottom of the bow.
Pic#2 Build 2 of these.
Pic#3 Get these.
Pic#4 Tie the rubber bands together like this.
Pic#5 Connect this to the Yellow rods.



Step 5: Add the Rubber Bands.

Pic#1 Put the rubber bands at the top wheel to the bottom wheel.
Pic#2 Showing you how to connect the rubber bands.

Step 6: Loading and Firing.

Pic#1 Loading the ammo (use Grey rods)
To fire the Arrow simply let go.

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    flyerminer

    8 years ago on Introduction

    I might make instructions for my knex bow that shoots fairly well, but that depends on the rubber band. mine uses less pieces i think and isn't really complicated at all.

    but your design looks cool and it seems that it shoots pretty decent.
    nice job.

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    T3453R

    11 years ago on Introduction

    why does everyone makes it so uncomfortably big and way to advanced try something more simple

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    GreekGuy

    11 years ago on Introduction

    looks pretty realistic. Also, the good thing is, those of us who don't have a lot of k-nex can build this. =] cool

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    Doctor Who

    11 years ago on Introduction

    1st comment and I suggest removing the back it makes it work better.