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- True trigger
- Handle fed magazine
- Large ammo (well I like it)
- Doesn't use too many pieces
- Or rubberbands
- Trigger is a hand guard
- Loading ammo can be tricky
- Trigger can seem wierd to use at first
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Step 1: Components
Make the following in the quantities stated. Each component is assigned a letter for further reference:
Image 1: Make 2. A
Image 2: Make 2. B
Image 3: Make 2. C
Image 4: Make 1. D
Image 5: Make 1. E
Image 6: Make 3. F
Image 7: Make 1. G
Image 8: Make 1. H
Image 9: Make 1. I
Image 10: Make 1. J
Image 11: Make 2. K
Image 12: Make 1. L
Step 2: Assembly
Follow the instructions and images:
Image 1: Add blue and white rods to Parts A & B.
Image 2: Add Parts C, F, & K and white rods.
Image 3: Add Parts D, E, F, G, H, I, & J, and blue spacers and gray connectors.
Image 4: Add Parts C, F, & K.
Image 5: Add Parts A & B, and a tan clip.
Image 6: On reverse side add a metallic blue clip and gray connector.
Step 3: Operation
Load the ammo (Image 1) into the mag (handle), and then insert the ammo pusher (Part L). Then add the rubberbands connecting to the ammo pusher and one to the firing pin as well. Then pull back the firing pin to cock the gun, and then pull the trigger to shoot (may take some time getting used to the trigger). Repeat as needed.
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. Always treated it as armed.