Introduction: Project N.A.S.A
Well. This is my first Knex Instructable hopefully you'll like it. N.A.S.A stands for Nick Awesomes SideArm. The instructions might be hard to follow so ask questions if you don't get something. The gun shoots grey connectors
I got a range of around 40 ft with 6 of those skinny dollar store rubberbands (the rubberbands had already been used to).
I personally think it looks cool
It's very durable
It has a 12 round mag
The top part of the body can be used as a sight
The handle can be used as a secondary mag
Whatever you think is wrong with it, criticism is welcome
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Step 1: Mag Pusher and Ram
This is the mag pusher and the ram, build!
Picture 1: The Mag pusher
Picture 2: The Ram
Step 2: Main Body
This is the body of the gun.
Picture 1: Build six of these
Picture 2: Build this
Picture 3: Put the pieces in the previous images together like this
Picture 4: Build two of these
Picture 5: Place the two pieces just constructed on both sides of white rods (you can probably tell what im talking about from the picture)
Step 3: The Trigger
This is the trigger the 2 rods next to it will be needed for installation
Step 4: The Mag
This is the guns magazine
Picture 1: You need to make 2 of these
Picture 2: Also make 2 of these ( the green rod and two white rods sticking out of the top are used to connect it to the gun)
Picture 3: All of the pieces connected together
Step 5: The Handle
This is the gun's handle
Picture 1: You need to make two of each of these parts, then put them together as illustrated in picture 2
Step 6: Assembly
The final assembly of the gun, pay close attention to how each part is attached
Picture 1: The trigger and how to connect it
Picture 3: How to connect the handle to the body
Picture 4: A piece that makes the gun look more squarish
Picture 5: The completed gun
Step 7: Acknowledgements
i would like to acknowledge Big Z for the handle and trigger
I also acknowledge anyone who's ideas and or creations were used in this gun ( i did not mean to use anyone else's stuff)