Introduction: MBSMG

About: I make K'nex guns, specializing in semi-automatic, RBG-Slingshot hybrid systems which i use in most of my guns. Note: I am not responsible in any way for any damage, injury, or death caused by my Instructab...

This is my MBSMG (Masterdude Bullpup Sub Machine Gun). It has a new magazine I've developed for gray connectors which is more compact than earlier such magazines which I've used. It also has a new trigger which is created to make fast trigger pulling easier.

-Good strength
-Good accuracy
-Removable magazine
-Newer, more compact magazine
-Doesn't use too many pieces
-Can have optional front grip
-Rather easy to use
-Trigger guard
-New improved trigger

-Can be hard to load at first (But becomes easier with some practice)

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Note concerning images : Image one shows the MSAU with optional front grip. Image two shows version without it.

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Step 1: Main Body: Components

Make the following. Letters are assigned to the parts for further reference:

Image 1: Make 1.(Part A)
Image 2: Make 1.(Part B)
Image 3: Make 2.(Part C)
Image 4: Make 3.(Part D)
Image 5: Make 3.(Part E)
Image 6: Make 4.(Part F)
Image 7: Make 3.(Part G)
Image 8: Make 1.(Part H)
Image 9: Make 1.(Part I)
Image 10: Make 1.(Part J)
Image 11: Make 2.(Part K)
Image 12: Make 1.(Part L)

Step 2: Main Body: Construction

Follow the images:

Image 1: Add blue and white rods to Part A and a small gear.
Image 2: Add Part B, blue and yellow rods, and a blue spacer.
Image 3: Add Parts C, D, E, F, G, red, gray, and 3-D blue connectors, and yellow and white rods.
Image 4: Add Parts D, E, F, G, H, I, orange, red, and gray connectors.
Image 5: Do as in Image 3, but no rods. Sorry but the image seems to constantly upload like this.
Image 6: Add Part F and a blue spacer.
Image 7: Cover with Part J.
Image 8: Add a small gear, Parts K and L, and silver spacers.
Image 9: Add gray connector.
Image 10: Add orange connectors, blue spacers, and metallic blue clip.
Image 11: Add 2 gray connectors as shown.
Image 12: And another one as shown.

Step 3: Magazine: Components

Make the following:

Image 1: Make 4.
Image 2: Make 1.
Image 3: Make 2.
Image 4: Make 1.
Image 5: Make 2.
Image 6: Make 2.

Step 4: Magazine: Construction

Follow the images:

Image 1: Add white rods as shown.
Image 2: Add the other parts as shown.
Image 3: And cover.
Image 4: Loaded with some ammo.

Step 5: Front Handle

Make it as it looks. No further instructions necessary.

Step 6: Use and Operation

To load remove the mag and place the pin in the appropriate area. Now place the ammo in the mag. Insert the mag into the ammo feed. Next push the white and blue rods in the ammo feed area out to the sides. Hook the rubber bands on the end of the barrel and the trigger spoke. Make sure the rubber bands are on both sides of the ammo. Once all the rubber bands are hooked push the blue and white rods back into the center. Remove the pin. Pull the trigger to fire (in case you didn't figure that out).

Image 1: Attach handle as shown.
Image 2: Insert magazine as shown.
Image 3: Ammo.
Image 4: Rubber band hooked on barrel.
Image 5: Loaded, view of midsection.
Image 6: Safety engaged.
Image 7: Safety disengaged.

Warning- This may cause harm or injury if misused. Do not point it at people. I am not responsible for damage, injury, or death caused by this instructable. Even with safety engaged it can fire. Always treated it as armed.

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    13 Discussions


    9 years ago on Introduction

    another piece count and is the red rod with the 2 hinges needed?


    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    It connects the trigger to the firing mech so without it pulling the trigger wouldn't accomplish anything.


    9 years ago on Introduction

    If I ever get around to working on my semi-auto shotgun again, I'll be referring to the mag connection on this.
    Also, nice trigger mech.


    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks and I think I will look forward to a semi-auto shotgun. I have tried making one but so far my attempts have not worked too well.

    Usually, I would rate this sort of thing 5* but now with you, it's getting old. Try a new mechanism.


    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    I know and for all who from now on wish to comment telling me to try something new:

    I am working on  a new gun which works on a ram rod mechanism and will be different from my previous guns. Progress is very good so I am very sure that I'll post it sooner or later.