Knex TR-64 Sniper Rifle




About: why are you reading this?

My third version of this gun! well i only rebuilt it for better instructions but i just had to add some stuff.

*the scope goes back further
*some kind of wall around the trigger
*bi pod
*different butt

Version History
   -Normal sniper, basically the current version with no attachments, like scopes, bipods, plus a different stock.
   - Scope added
   -Changed the Stock
   -Ammo Carriers
   -Improved scope
   -Some V shape thing behind the scope so it can lay back further
   -Trigger guard
   -Improved Stock
NOTE: I was using a webcam for the pictures. Didn't have anything better laying around. 

Also if you like this gun go check out my new sniper The TMR 67 Its pretty much a heavily modded version of this gun

Step 1: Get These Pieces

little blurry
*i forgot to add y connectors and single connectors

Step 2: Handle

Step 3: Butt


Step 4: Barrel


Step 5: Trigger Mech Parts

Yes there has to be a cut piece

Step 6: Main Body

Almost Done!

Step 7: Flip-up Scope

Step 8: Bipod

i actually made my own bipod!

Step 9: Connections and Rubber Bands

Step 10: Loading, How the Bullet Holder Works

the video's are how to load the bullet and how the bullet holder works.



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    48 Discussions


    6 years ago on Introduction

    I came here with the false hope that a 64 shot turret had been made. Dream on man, dream on.

    honestly, i like it, but the stock can be remade, so i will make it, change the stock around, and post a pic on a comment, 4*, kudos


    9 years ago on Introduction

    This gun inspired me to make that breaking sniper! I made this and I liked it all apart from the mech (sorry lol) so I made my own. Then I made a whole new body and handle and stock and barrel and made my sniper instructable!

    2 replies

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Great I will probably make this but is it a slingshot? I can't be bothered to look through the steps lol

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    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Oh but is the rod held in place with a ball joint connector when it is loaded, like the SRv2?