This is my newest creation - a Pump Action Shotgun that functions very much like a real .20 gauge shotgun that I own. While it doesn't have a stock, it is very sturdy to hold, and the pump moves along smoothly and easily. When the pump is pulled back, it opens a chamber to put in your round, and has a bullet lock to keep the rod from falling out the front of the gun. It shoots yellow rods, and gets a range of about 30 feet with one #64 rubber band. I don't think that there are many guns like this on site, if there are any, (I'm talking about the fact that it opens up to reveal a chamber.) So, that said, here are some Pro's and Con's.
- Pro's -
Pretty Quick Loading
Functions Like a Real Gun
- Con's -
Pump isn't held in by anything, so sometimes pokes out a little
Doesn't have a stock, so I don't know if that's bad or anything.
Please leave your thoughts in the comments section below. It helps me improve, and I like to know what people think of my builds. I'm also open to suggestions for new builds.
If you want instructions, ask, and I'll see when I'd be able to do it.