ok, ok, I admit i have gotten the gun names from video games. now here goes the intro:
It all started in 06 and a half. A basic knex cannon, block trigger, simple ram, and an unusual taste of ammo.
Today, we have gone so far. And this proves it. Introducing the Knex Longbow SR-L crossbow. simple to make, piece-efficient, and pretty decent overall. It is also the first crossbow to have a bipod and scope (correct me if i am wrong)..................
-60-80 foot range
-rubberband stays on the bow no matter what (unless you take it off)
CONS-not the best stock
-horizontal bow could be longer
Version history1.4- this was a concept spin- off of my SPEC-9 sniper rifle
1.6- added an extra layer on the bottom of the crossbow and improved bipod
1.8- replaced stock with a better one that features a sight
this crossbow is very similar to my sniper. if you want to choose, it depends on what you want. If you want a solid, sturdy gun, build this gun. If you want more range, build the sniper.
overall, this is a good upgrade for my sniper, i would recommend you build this gun...............
Step 1: Handle
follow the pictures.
1. build this
2. another view
3. yet another view
4. build the bipod holder (not optional)
5. assemble (add parts)
Step 2: Stock
really, all you need is one picture
Step 3: The Barrel
again, you just need one picture
Step 4: The Horizontal Bow
again, one picture is needed. add spacers everywhere, i didnt because i ran out
Step 5: Bipod (optional)
build the bipod. this part is completely optional, but replace the green rod seen with a gray rod
Step 6: Assemble
ok, here is the step that makes it all work.............
1.attach bipod (optional)
2. attach horizontal bow to barrel
3. attach stock to handle
4. connect handle to barrel
Step 7: Ammo
the ammo is the same as my sniper, just make
Step 8: Loading and Firing
to load, pull the rubberband band back to the wheel and turn it back.
then, put ammo in the barrel, aim and pull the trigger