Knex Sub-Machine Gun "The SMG3"




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Hey everyone, My latest project was a sub-machine gun. It was called the SMG3 because SMG stands for Sub-Machine gun and this was the third version. Well I hope you like it and I will probably be posting an Instructable! Also don't forget to rate, comment, and subscribe if you like it!

  • BlueMullet's Removable Magazine
  • Sights
  • Sturdy
  • True Trigger
  • Comfortable
  • Compact
  • Reliable
  • ironman69's Tactical Rail System
  • Pin Guide
  • Fore grip
  • Range:25-30ft
  • Accuracy:Okay, but not the best
  • Standard Mag Capacity: 16
  • Reload Time:15sec
  • Ammo:Blue metallic connector with a green rod
  • Handle is hollow when the magazine is removed
  • Some-what of a piece hog
  • Sometimes hard to remove magazine



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    35 Discussions

    It's exactly that which made 'Ibles go to the dogs. Everybody rating 5* all the time. We used to be more strict in the good old days... When people had to work for 5*.

    Sadly have to agree. People used to be way more harsh and someone can post the same thing fifty times and everyone humps their leg each and every time. Kind of makes me mad.


    7 years ago on Introduction

    why is the handle a mag? anyway this is good

    KnexFreak360DJ Radio

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Cause its comfortable, and no its very comfortable and easy to pull the trigger and im tired of you hating on my guns. You don't know what your talking about you haven't built it. Constructive criticism is ok but your just being a jerk.

    He isn't being a jerk. This set-up of magazine has long been outdated. It is now known that the ammo has more power if the firing pin 'hits' it, not 'pushing' it, as it is in handle-mag guns. Move the mag forward, and make a nice angled handle and position the trigger near the back.