My New Browning Machine Gun

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Yet another chain gun but my cats is based off a stationary gun. PS he is mad he will enslave the human race.

This is my first gun by the way so please rate 5*.

Pros-

*Fully automatic!!
*Awesome l@@ks

Cons-

*Way to many pieces.

Step 1: Ammo

Build as many as you like more the merrier and the more you have the better chance you have to oppose my mad cat!

Step 2: Handle

Just the Handle with the shooting system. Sorry if there's any complication.

Step 3: Fake Barrel

The barrel might be a little hard. They might be out of order. I'm really sorry about that. Though they are not that hard to make, just time consuming.

Step 4: Stander Thing

Just the stander thing to hold the thing up.

Step 5: Putting It Together

Just follow the images.

Step 6: Loading and Shooting

Video will come soon!

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    koal1

    8 years ago on Introduction

    haha cat is probably thinking "I WANTED 50 CALIBER NOT 75 TAKE IT BACK U FOOL!!!" haha lol

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    182515leafydave

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Actually the gun in the picture is the .50 cal heavy machine gun (HMG). The browning light machine gun (LMG) and the browing 1911 Heavy machine gun (HMG) are both .30 cal. The .50 call was developed to deal with the first german tanks in WW1

    How can you tell? It honestly doesnt look like any of those, and it certainly isn't the right dimensions. I'd just leave it at being a browning inspired knex machine gun, and be happy that the guy has a project to be proud of

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    182515leafydave

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

     In World War one the .50 cal was used as a anti tank machine gun, but during later wars (WW2, Korea, Vietnam) and even now it is used as a heavy anti infantry machine gun because a hit with the bullet is almost guaranteed to make the person who was hit with the bullet go down and stay down.

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    An Villainkoal1

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    A .75 has a bore diameter of 1.1 inches, if a cat (or even a bear) could take the recoil of one of those and survive with no damage to itself, I would be more than impressed.

    3 years later, you probably know this, and I doubt you'll even read this message, but 75 cal is 0.75 inches, or 750 thousands of an inch. And it's not caliber that tells you how hard the kick will be, you need to look at the powder charge(type and density), case shape, and bullet weight. A .338 lapua round kicks a lot worse than a 72 cal slug

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    mettaurlover

    8 years ago on Introduction

    A way to improve this size-wise is to put the motor in line with the rotary mechanism. That way, it would be about one fifth as wide while keeping the same power and speed.

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    _kira_smithinator

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks, you know my cat actually isn't near as spoiled as your cat. He really doesn't give a F*** about it. He took it as affection giving.

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    _kira_

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Give the milk to my cat master, my cat he loves cold milk. :D

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    _kira_catmanndu

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    ummm no but if you want to make the stander thing then you do need the first part of the barrel