K'nex Two in One Gun

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This gun is an extremely powerful kne'x sniper rifle and a shrapnel gun all rolled into one gun barrel.

Step 1: The Stock

The yellow bendy rods look the coolest, so use them is you can!

Step 2: The Handle

All you have to do is put the two halves together

Step 3: Barrel

What you see now is half the barrel. There are two rows of orange connectors inside like in my last secondary picture.

Step 4: Side Braces

They play the largest role in attaching the barrel to the rest of the gun

Step 5: Stock Shaft

This picture is upside down and backwards. Sorry.

Step 6: Put It All Together

You're almost done! It's time to put everything together now.

Step 7: Rubberband Clips

The rubber band clips hold the rubber bands on. (Obviously!)

Step 8: Rubber Band Placement and Loading

Put a rubber band on just like this on both sides. If it's only on one side, the trigger will break off very easily.

Step 9: Rubberbands and Ammo

Put as many rubber bands as you want inside the clips

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    pumkinspice

    5 years ago on Step 2

    How many pieces are required to build the gun

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    POB!

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Hey, Love the gun but everyone has this obsession at the moment with overly-long barrels. Personally I don't see the point as you tend to lose power, and for the accuracy the barrel adds the only way that will make a difference is if you're shooting extremely long range. Anyways. Thats my rant over. Still. good gun. P.S. I made a shortened barrel version I will post the pics later. Pob!

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    POB!DJ Radio

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Sorry to kill your comment but longer barrel=less power. Whatever you're shooting will bounce around inside the barrel, create friction and slow down. :s

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    knex_mepalmPOB!

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Higher accuracy, and the power makes up for the accuracy, because the rubberbands stretch further.

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    DJ RadioPOB!

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Not if you build it right.  Certain guns (like my OSSR) have it where the bullet doesn't touch the barrel.

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    POB!DJ Radio

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

     Does the ammo actually go down the middle of the barrel?
    And would you mind telling me what oodammo is. I'm confused :s

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    DJ RadioPOB!

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    It does go down the barrel, but it doesn't touch the barrel.  Oodammo is a red connector with a white rod.  Oodalumps invented it.

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    POB!DJ Radio

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

     Thanks for the info. But if the ammo doesn't touch the barrel whats the point in having a barrel?

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    DJ RadioPOB!

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Where will you hook the bands to?  The longer the barrel, the more power it has.

    Since the gun doesn't have a firing pin, the ammo is hooked to rubberbands and the bands are hooked to the end of the barrel, so it is a slingshot setup.