Mosin Nagant - M1891/1930, Knex

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Introduction: Mosin Nagant - M1891/1930, Knex

About: KEVIN GOBLIN ^^^^ made by dj '''I AM NOT BARRACK OBAMA I am barrax Obama.''' im close to stopping ibles and deleting my knex account i mean stopping knex and deleting my ibles account.
This is the Mosin Nagant, a russian rifle used mainly during WW1 and WW2.


The Model 1891/1930 Rifle.



Stats:

 

Model: Mosin Nagant

Mechanism: FPM

Range: 30-50 feet depending on elastic bands

Magazine: White Connector non removable

 

Pros:

Amazing looks

 

Cons:

Could be too small for some people


If you like it. Please build it, P.S. this is really not meant for wars - its meant for going in your display case, should you have enough pieces. And i think its good at that.

P.P.S it does look a LOT better in real life.

And last but not least, please comment, rate, comment again, then subscribe :)

Step 1: Piece List Courtesy of MotaBoi

Rods 
Green - 115
White - 106
Blue – 42
Yellow - 2
Red – 8
Grey - 6
 
Connectors 
Tan - 3
Blue Clip – 10
Y - 27
Grey One-way - 27
Grey Two-way - 2
Hinge – 2
Orange - 40
Red – 13
Green – 8
Yellow - 60
Blue - 25
White - 18
 
Other 
Blue Spacers – 3
Silver Spacers - 6

PLUS

Some Tape.

2 #64 rubberbands

more than14 #18 Smaller rubberbands

Step 2: Stock and Handle

I'll start off with the Stock them work towards the handle.

Follow the Image notes for help. Otherwise just make it.

Step 3: Handle Connection and Trigger

Follow the Pics, turn on somre good music.

Step 4: 'Metal' Mech and the Mag

This is the metal bit on the real gun, its the main barrel and the mech on mine.

Start makin.

Step 5: Adding the Mech to the Handle

blah...

just do it.

Step 6: Body and a Scope

blah:

do it again.

Step 7: The Barrel 1

Blar.

DO IT AGAIN.

Step 8: The Barrel 2

you'r gonna make this like you made the last one - only with different sizes.

ITS NOT HARD JUST DO IT!!!!!

Step 9: Rubber Bands + Finishing Off

ah, finally.

Step 10: How to Fire to Get the Most Range.

Load White rods.

make sure the mag works well bullets lined, bullets high, bullets good.

pull back the pin, so that it loads a bullet. push the bullet forward slightly - so that its forward, but not so much that the next bullet makes it jam.

Pull it back totally.

aim, pull the trigger, if you can.

JK


: )

im done now, lets see happy comments.

Step 11: Update: Simple Addon - Fake Bolt Action Bar.

sorry, theres only one pic here, but it's simple enough

blue rod, red connector on one end, two small gears on the other, like that.

also replace a white with a yellow.

Step 12: Suggestions

I just ordered all these pieces (3000) off of ebay, so i want suggestions/orders here.

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    656 Discussions

    very nice gun man but stock is to small 4*

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    I love the looks, feel and size of this gun! I built it and I have to say, it's quite an oddly built gun; however it is quite strong. The end of the barrel is quite flimsy though. I was a few pieces short, so I had to modify it a little bit. The internal barrel didn't work very efficiently and the trigger wasn't great. The 'bullets' didn't have enough power behind them to even make it out of the end of the gun. But the looks and feel of the gun make up for it as a model. 3.5/5!

    Is the piece count exact? This is my guess: no. But I still want an answer though.

    i realise you prolly didnt right on the picture of the real one but that isnt a bayonet mount on real nagants the bayonet goes on the barrel its just a spike(looks alot like a flat head screwdriver)

    how much was it for 3000 pieces ive just ordered 620 for £17

    is it a removable mag or do they drop in the chamber from the top??
    (like the real gun)

    2 replies

    in the real one, the mag drops in from the top, like those lee-enfields used in the first world war. in this one you just put the rods in thru the bottom.

    it actually looks more like an M1 garand without a bolt-action bar

    this, is the bit of the gun, where the trigger stop the firing pin, making it shootable. its also the bit that connects the handle and stock to the rest of the gun.

    hey mate, i dnt have any of those odd socket type peices on the trigger, can i use anything else