New Knex Gun by TBM NKG-BM-3.1

Here's my newest knex gun that has the power of a "not a rectangle" and the comfort of an assault rifle.

Also it's big and beastly.

easy to handle
fires like no other ,can pierce a hard cover book and 20 pages.
short re-lode time

Only has 8 shots with will change in the near future.
a bit hard to cock at the moment.
no fore grip since the last mod will change soon enough

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    9 years ago on Introduction

    Ok, let me clear this up for everyone. The NAR and TR shoot the same distance with the same number of bands. The NAR can handle more bands without breaking; therefore it can shoot farther. 

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    DJ RadioGrandeSwag

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Actually if you put 2 bands on each the TR is more powerful.  I used a NAR with 2 bands and it went about 40 feet.  The TR went about 50-55.


    The NAR is a very bad gun with 2 bands on. The only thing that makes it powerful is the fact you can put as many elastics on it as you want. The barrel generates a hell of a lot of friction.


    Actually it's not the friction. It's the fact that the ball joint absorbs a lot of power that reduces range a bit.


    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Okay. Glad to here it from you bakenbitz. I'll delete my comment. Also Have you seen my new guns lately? Thanks :)

    the original TR model is over a yr old however the most recent updates were pictured less than a month ago
    the TR is an evolving project that continues to get better w/ time
    just thought id clear that up
    no offense and i do find all project including yours relevant to making new better guns in the future
    so keep up the good work

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