Small Knex Gun

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what you've all been waiting for... the small and yet still effective gun.

Pro's: 
Rarely or never jams
Easily moddified
comfortable
accurate
small

Cons:
Tell me when you build it!


pieces:

rod:
white: 15
blue: 14
long gray/black: 5
green:  16 (plus more for bullets)

connector:
yellow: 18
orange: 10 (be prepared to cut one with a chisel, file, saw, sandpaper etc)
green: 1
purple:2
dark blue: 6
light grey: 8
grey: 9
white: 4


other:
y pieces: 10
tan clips: 5
blue spacer: 18-20

Supplies:

Step 1: Putting It Together: the Magazine


Step 2: Barrel


when it comes to the barrel, if you have extra pieces and missing pieces, you can easily and comfortable insert your own.  I'll notify which pieces are important and cannot be changed in the pictures

Step 3: Handle and Trigger!

this part is pretty straight forward... just follow the pictures

Step 4: Attaching It All Together


once again, very straightforward!

Step 5: Final Touches


5 more minutes!

Step 6: Loading and Firing


It's pretty easy.. but here's a video... you may not be able to see the bullet...

Step 7:


please give a comment, question, or concern... your advice is really important, especially since this is my first instructable

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    Lennywc

    6 years ago on Introduction

    The photos are so bad it makes the instruct able useless ugh! Use proper lighting!

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    ajleece

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Copy of someone elses. Make your own gun.
    https://www.instructables.com/id/Auto-Loading-Assault-Pistol-ALAP/

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    Agorion~KGB~

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks
    Got any other tips? I'm really keen on making this a lot better

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    ~KGB~Agorion

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    a barrel that has a different reciever for more power and reliability...