My New Guns

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About: I'm an intermediate knexer who builds replica guns and performance guns. If you would like me to make a replica of a gun, just ask. If you would like me to build your gun and review it, just ask. My gamertag...

Intro: My New Guns

Credits to oblivitus for the adjustable range rifle and non-interlocking rods ideas.
So yeah, these are my newest guns. They are both very powerful. The 1st gun is a crossbow sniper on thetop, and a pin gun on the bottom. The pin gun has a yellow rod, 12 shot, non interlocking, internally fed , fixed mag. It also has a true trigger, and a pin guide. I call it the Mag-Bow. Second gun is a shotgun pistol.

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    25 Discussions

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    rec0nMr. Muggle

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Its when the rods dont lock into eachother. Like a bolt action, except without the second firing chamber.

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    DJ Radiorec0n

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Mind telling us how that doesn't happen?  Because it's happened on pretty much almost any mag fed gun I've made.

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    rec0nDJ Radio

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    They enter the mag tilted, and the mag is tight, so they cant be straight. the pusher applys pressure in just the right place so only one round enters the chamber at a time.

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    DJ Radiorec0n

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    That doesn't make sense.  The mag on your gun is perfectly vertical.  The pusher part seems logical if you use a wide mag pusher like on the ZKAR.

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    knexguyDJ Radio

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    The front and rear mag walls are closer together than the length of a yellow rod, so they won't fit in the mag unless they are tilted, I believe.

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    DJ Radioknexguy

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    In that case, no.  If you tilt the round, you are actually making it wider than if it was horizontal in a position where it's likely to lock.

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    knexguyDJ Radio

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    I happen to agree this isn't the best mechanism, I was just clarifying what he meant for you :).

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    knexguyDJ Radio

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Agreed.  Have you seen my attempt at a bolt action?  I don't think It's come up on the Recent page yet, but if you go to my profile it should be there.