Knex Vice CKG Bolt Action Gun Instructions

Introduction: Knex Vice CKG Bolt Action Gun Instructions

Hi, these are the instructions to Kinetics Vice CKG and I give him full credit for this awesome gun. I hope that the instructions and pictures are clear enough as this is my first instructable any problems just message me. Please read the image notes if you are unsure on what to do, Anyway lets get building! 

If you do build it let me know or post a picture of your version in the comments, feedback greatly appreciated.

This gun shoots about 80 ft with two #64 bands with yellow rods.

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Step 1: Layer 1

This is the first layer take note of the blue rods!
1. Layer 1
2. Close up of stock
3. Close of barrel

Step 2: Layer 2

1.Build these panels
2. Close up of stock
3.Close up of barrel
4. This is a broken y connector need this for gun to work properly.
5. Attach these two panels to layer 1 from previous step.

Step 3: Filler Parts

1. Build these
2. Build this, this is the Bullet transfer mech
3. Different view of bullet transfer mech
4. Make these
5. Build this, this is one half of the trigger
6. Build these
7. Build this but do not add that blue rod on the light grey connector.
8. Gather these
9.Add all of what you have just made.
10. Close up of trigger mech
11. Close up of bullet transfer, it does not connect to anything just sits there for now. Notice the two blue spacers above and the grey connector.
12. Close up of magazine area.
13. Close up of stock area.

Step 4: Layer 4

1.Build these panels
2. Close up of stock area.
3. Close up of barrel area.
4. Again broken y connector
5. Attach to gun.
6. Close up
7. Close up

Step 5: Layer 5

1. Build the final panel
2. Close up
3. Close up
4. Attach to the gun

Step 6: Finishing Up

1. Make the charging handle bolt.
2. Different view
3. Different view
4. Make this, this will be the ram guide. Take note of the silver spacer.
5. Build the firing pin. gray connector taped up also grey connector at end must be there.
6. Make the magazine pusher add a rubber band also.
7. Build these
8. Attach to the gun like so
9. Put the ram, ram guide and charging handle together like so
10. Attach all of this to the gun.
11. Gather these.
12. Add the white rod here.
13. Attach the blue rod here
14. Different view.

Step 7: Banding, Loading and Firing.

1. Gather these bands, the two tied together are #64 bands. These are used to power the gun.
2. Add the large thin band to the bullet transfer system. It connects to the same place the other side of the gun.
3. Add the other thin band to the trigger again it connects to the same place the other side of the gun. And also add the string of two to the ram, they pass through the charging handle.
4. Here is how yours should look.
5. And finally add the magazine pusher. Look on previous pictures to see where the band connects to the gun.
6. Right now the fun part loading and firing, take the mag pusher out and place here.
7. Add a few yellow rods into the mag
8 . Place the mag pusher back into the gun.

To fire the gun simply pull the bolt back until the trigger clicks, then push the bolt forward, and then pull that trigger and watch the yellow rods fly!!!

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    26 Discussions

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    Kinetic
    Kinetic

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Honestly, nothing is cooler than coming back to the site and seeing what people have done with the things I worked on in the past. I do apologize for not posting this one, it was definitely one of my best all-round guns but I got turned off by all the criticism telling me that it was too much like the ZKAR. Thank you for posting this, you did a really good job with the pictures, and the internals are spot-on. A quick tip: because the ram is hollow at the very tip, it can possibly break when it strikes the bullet. To fix this, try filling the hole in the gray connector with hot glue, being very careful that none sticks out so that no unnecessary friction occurs within the gun. Great ible!

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    That_Jamie_S_Guy
    That_Jamie_S_Guy

    Reply 4 years ago

    I know I'm 3 years into the future, but this gun somehow reminds me of the razorback from call of duty black ops 3

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    Benjamin Grover
    Benjamin Grover

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks so much for your comments really appreciated and yes it is an amazing gun I have built your kinetic rifle and that too is a beast. You are a true genius. I have built the ZKAR and this is in a different league to it. Looks better and is way more powerful. I have had no problems with it breaking as I only have two 64s which is powerful enough for me but the glue does sound like a good idea. Thanks again for commenting really means a lot to me.

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    Kinetic
    Kinetic

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    No need for thanks, it means a lot to me to know that what I say means a lot to you. Thank you for the kind words, and thank you for taking the time and effort to do something I should have done. That means a lot to me too.

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    JonnyBGood
    JonnyBGood

    6 years ago

    sorry about the typos. I was looking at this before class.

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    Benjamin Grover
    Benjamin Grover

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for your comments and yes you should build this some time. I have just finished building kinetics kinetic rifle which is also awesome however does use lots of parts.

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    JonnyBGood
    JonnyBGood

    6 years ago

    great job on recreating this gun! I like the guns kinetic made so I will defonitly need to buold this

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    TheRacker
    TheRacker

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Did you get it to work well? When I built it it would not shoot well for the life of me.

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    Benjamin Grover
    Benjamin Grover

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Yes I did get it to work very well. It shoots far and hard. I have built the ZKAR and this is much more powerful.

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    TheRacker
    TheRacker

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    That's weird. When I made it, the trigger wasn't that strong and it never shot more than 30 feet or so, the pin just never went that fast. I might have to try rebuilding it though.

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    TheRacker
    TheRacker

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    I think I'm going to rebuild it and fix the problems with it, namely the horribly uncomfortable handle and how it is weakly attached. Also make it 3 layers to save tons of parts.

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    Benjamin Grover
    Benjamin Grover

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Ok the 3 layers sound like a good idea as some people don't have the parts. Send me an image when you are done.

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    TheRacker
    TheRacker

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    OK I will. Right now I'm stuck on trying to put in a new trigger, but I'll get it done.

    Really, really nice job bro. I can tell you have a great building style, and I can't wait to see some of your own guns!

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    FlyingFish10
    FlyingFish10

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    How can you tell that he has a nice building style if this isn't his gun? Oh and awesome instructions btw

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    Benjamin Grover
    Benjamin Grover

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    True lol, but thanks for your comment. I will soon be building your epic removable mag fed shotgun.

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    FlyingFish10
    FlyingFish10

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Awesome! (If you got the pieces!) Tell me how it works for you!!