K'nex RPG

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About: I do K'nex...a lot. It's fun to mess around with new mechanisms, and to learn about basic engineering. I build mostly guns, and love to build new concepts. I will start posting some of my 'unposted ideas' in...

Intro: K'nex RPG

Hey guys, this is just a little project I've chosen to pass the time, and I think it turned out well. Since this isn't anything new, I wanted to be done with it, and probably rushed the end of the gun. Although it doesn't fire an explosive round or anything, it does shoot a grey oodammo round, and can get up to about 60-70 feet on a good shot. It doesn't look exactly like a real RPG, but I don't really care about looks so much as the gun actually works. Overall, I did this gun just for fun. Here are some Pro's and Con's.

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-Pro's-

Good Range 60-70 feet.

Easy to load and fire.

Pretty cool.

-Con's-

Kinda Flimsy

Long reload time.

Some cut pieces.

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Overall, it's a pretty fun gun. I hope you like it, and please leave your thoughts in the comment section.

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    seamster

    3 years ago on Introduction

    This is pretty cool.

    All these neat knex guns you guys post make me want to go out and buy my kids some knex! Looks like a lot of fun.

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    myOmyseamster

    Reply 3 years ago on Introduction

    Bruh, your kids don't have K'NEX? K'nex is one of the most intriguing and innovative toys out there. They are what lead me to my passion; mechanical engineering. They taught me basic principles of physics and engineering. Designing mechanical processes is what I would love to do in my future job (right now I'm unemployed because I am only 14 and not many places accept 14 yr olds.)

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    knexguy237seamster

    Reply 3 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks! Yeah I've been playing with K'nex since I was 7 years old or so, and I'm gonna keep all of mine for my future kids. It's a nice and affordable hobby with many options.