Introduction: Mini Oodammo Pistol V2
This is my mini oodammo sidearm. It is one of my favourite guns.
-10 round oodammo mag, which can be modified to take more.
-Good range, about 30ft-50ft at best (thanks to shock absorbing pin and oodammo)
-Increase the range by adding the power junkie mod (step 1)
-Tiny! It is about the same height and length as a regular office pen!
-The first oodammo pistol to have an internal mag pusher?
-It's a square :D ...well sort of
Sorry about the jump in the video, I don't know why that happened, the RAW file was fine...
And without further ado, let's build!
Step 1: Mods
Well I guess I should start with this. Since making the gun, I made a little mod to make it more comfy. See the trigger area on the gun in the first picture? Well can you see the blue 3D connectors? Note how they are arranged in picture 1 compared to picture 2. You should arrange yours like they are in picture 1. I'm sure nobody will have a problem with that.
This is important if you want lots of bands! Sometimes the trigger will jam with over 4 size 64 bands. At the sacrifice of a cleaner look, you can mod the trigger like in picture 3. Just add the 'red' connector instead of the light grey one. Remember to add the beige end piece though.
A mod for range junkies. If you want to increase the range and power of the gun at the cost of ugliness and longer reload times then replace the 'red' rod firing pin with a black/clear rod. For the standard pin, don't use a regular red/green rod. Instead, use a beige rod, as they are just as rigid as a black rod.
Step 2: Build the Elements
Construct like so. Take note of what was mentioned in step 1.
Build picture 1 twice.
On picture 2, the beige connector (the toothed one) should ideally be a blue end piece like the one connected to the blue hinge.
The last two pictures are of the new clip. It makes it much easier to load, remove and add. It has the same capacity as the old version too.
Step 3: Put It Together
In picture 2 note the new orange/black connector and white rod for the trigger guard.
I hope you can tell how to add the mag in the last picture. Note the band placements for the mag and trigger.
Step 4: Finishing
Here is a picture of the gun. Next to it is the clip and a second ram, just so you can see. The ram is all banded up so it can take more force.