Lego Russian Dragunov

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Intro: Lego Russian Dragunov

Special request by an instructable member, unfortunately it doesn't do with any bionicle but it can go with an old technic figure, just check on ebay, you should find some pretty cheap ones.

Step 1: LRD Step 1

Now with red arrows for your convenience!

Step 2: LRD Step 2

Step 3: LRD Step 3

add a curve to the pieces to add the effect of a sniper rifle clip!

Step 4: LRD Step 4

Now put it all together as shown

Step 5: LRD Step 5

ay close attention to this step

Step 6: LRD Step 6

Now put the two parts together

Step 7: LRD Step 7

Add the huge-ass scope

Step 8: Lego Russian Dragunov

When you're done, it should look like this

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    BioGunsDJ Radio

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Check here: http://cgi.ebay.com/LEGO-LOT-OF-3-RARE-TECHNIC-FIGURES-MEN-FIGS_W0QQitemZ330368153627QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLH_DefaultDomain_0?hash=item4ceb79f81b you'll see what kind of figure I mean, the LEGO Company ceased production about ten years ago, I only have one, but it served useful in some of my early stop motions. Here are some examples of the stop motion videos I used this dude in:
    - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBHj09b0sJo
    - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYSEEwiwn48
    - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBHj09b0sJo

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    robertlim

    8 years ago on Step 8

    IS EN THIS THE 

    Lego Combat Knife


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    Simpel

    8 years ago on Introduction

    I was amazed to find out that Lego was not only used as a sharp “footbomb” walking down the hallway at night, but they actually fit together as some sort of building toy!  Well sort of, it usually gets built into the right model for about 10 minutes before it gets magically absorbed into the big rubbermaid of Lego mixed with Megablox,Kinex, Cheerios and hair (don’t worry, you only see the Cheerios and hair when you dump everything out).   There is some good news if you’ve lost the directions to put those building masterpieces together, there’s a website that has most instructions for most Lego kits.  It’s fairly easy to navigate. www.worldbricks.com