The main reason I am posting this is because of the trigger. It is a neat trigger I came up with a while ago, and I wanted to put it on a gun; thusly this pistol. The video shows how it works best. Range is
45 - 65 feet.
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Step 1: Parts List
This is the parts list. It is where I list the parts. The parts you need are listed below.
Green ----- 97
Blue ------- 3
Grey ------ 1 (this should really be black)
Dark Grey -- 8
Light Grey -- 5
Red ---------- 4
Green ------- 17
White -------- 9
Blue --------- 4
Blue Spacer ----- 16
Y Connector ----- 10
Ball Socket ------- 1
Elastics. You will need two small elastics, and however many you want for the ram.
Got those? Lets get started!
Step 2: Handle and Such
This is the step for the handle, and the part in front of the handle. Simple.
1: Start with these four pieces
2: Make these four panels. Be sure that one is one yellow shorter than the rest
3: Put them all together with one cross-snapped white rod
4: The shorter one goes in the middle like so
5: Put the four pieces you made first in the spaces so its like this
6: Make these two panels
7: And these two pieces
8: Take one panel and cross snap white rods on it like so
9: Put those bits you made just a moment ago on as shown
10: Put the other panel over like so
11: Put the two parts together
12: Make this little piece
13: From another angle
14: Put it on the piece you already have with a white rod
Step 3: Trigger and Rear Barrel
This is a small step, which contains the trigger mechanism that I made. Get to it!
1: Start with these two panels
2: Make these two bits
3: Put them on like so
4: Put those white rods on
5: Get these parts
6: Snap the parts over the white rods like so
7: Put that last piece you have left onto the top like so. This stop the trigger from popping out of the barrel.
Step 4: Top Barrel
This is the bar thingy that extends over the top of the gun. Its really simple.
1: Make these two panels
2: Make these rails
3: Put those white rods on one of the panels
4: Put the bits on like so, and put the other panel on top. Sorry, the picture of that got deleted or something. Sorry.
Step 5: Top Barrel
This is the part that drops down from the front to make the other end of the slide for the mag. Not too hard.
1: Make these two panels (sorry about the blur)
2: Make these parts
3: Put them on one panel like so
4: Put the other panel on top. That was easy!
Step 6: Odd Bits
Here are just a few little parts you will need to make.
2: Close up
3: Take it up really good
4: Make this
5: Make this
You will put these on in the assembley step.
Step 7: Assembley
This is the fun bit. Here we are going to put it all together and make it ready to fire.
1: Exploded view
2: Put the back barrel and top barrel together like so
3: Put the handle on. Pretty straight forward
4: Connect the two trigger pieces so its like this
5: From a angle
6: What it should look like at the handle
7: Put the front on
8: Just in case you have poor eyesight...
9: Put that piece you made before in like so. Put the small elastic on as shown
10: Place a elastic on the trigger like so
11: Put your elastics on the ram as you want
Step 8: Firing
Here you will learn to fire your gun. If you have any experience you should be able to figure it out, but just in case...
1: Your gun and your ammo (Yellow rods)
2: Take the pusher-inner thingy and hook it onto the bottom of the gun like so
3: Put in your ammo
4: Put as many yellow rods in as you wish, and then place the pusher-inner back on top of all the rods
5: Pull the ram back until it passes the block, and then let it go
6: Take aim....
Repeat pulling back and shooting until the magazine is empty.
Step 9: Finished!
You're done! Yay! I hope you like this gun. Have fun!