Knex Double Barrel Break Action Shotgun

Introduction: Knex Double Barrel Break Action Shotgun

This gun fires two blue rods.
It started out as a Spas-12, but I decided to change it.
If enough people like it I may post the instructable, or try to upload a video.

PRO's
-New bullet lock system (I have never seen it before, tell me if you have)
-Break Action
-Accurate (Both bullets can hit a tissue box from 15ft away)
-Decent Range (30ft on level ground, with a bit of an angle)
-Rail on top for attachments
-Strong connection between the break action part

NO's
-If you don't pull the firing pin back far enough it can get stuck on the trigger
-The sight isn't that great
-Stock is a little flimsy but I ran out of pieces

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    10 Discussions

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    iloveknex345
    iloveknex345

    9 years ago on Introduction

    check out dutchwarlords beneillie shotgun its amazing , it uses shells and is break action
    i think it is the nest double barrel shotgun that uses shell out there

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    DJ Radio
    DJ Radio

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Im gonna post some shells I thought of a month ago and see if anyone can put it into a shotgun.  It's made for double barrel guns.

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    DJ Radio
    DJ Radio

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Ugh sorry for not being able to get the pics right away, I'm having camera trouble atm.  Gimmie a few more days.

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    juneapaluna
    juneapaluna

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Alright, I'm not planning on taking it apart or anything.

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    juneapaluna
    juneapaluna

    10 years ago on Introduction

    This could easily be modded to have two independent working barrels but I could not think of a way that pulls back both firing pins. Feel free to tell me or post something if you do.