Hello there. In this ible, I'll show some stuff I didn't post completely. I've put some internal photos from most guns with it (so any interested person could probably build it). This ible will be made bigger when I decide not to post all my stuff in a seperate slideshow.
I decided not to post these guns completely because:
1: they didn't shoot well;
2: they aren't realy ''innovative'';
3: some aren't modelled after a real gun, but still didn't shoot;
4: they didn't work well;
5: They are not to much different from already posted guns.
Step 1: The Bolt Action Model
It was a model. It featured:
- 'bolt action'
- removable magazine
- movin trigger
It wasn't based of any real gun. The bolt action worked smoothly. The mag's needed to be taken out manualy, they didn't drop after pushing the mag-release. I didn't post it because it didn't shoot, and it wasn't based of a real gun.
Step 2: Bullpup Slingshot Gun
I don't know if the trigger mech was new. I just made it out of my head.
Didn't post because it didn't shoot well. It was pretty comfortable to hold. You hold it like a M93r with the foregrip attached.
The trigger mech was basicly the mech of the sipriani rifle. It had some rods with hinges to push on it. The trigger slided straight back.
Step 3: The M4-ish Model
Heavily based of the M4. The stock is too low, and the handguard to far forward though. That's why I didn't post it
- Moving charging handles (when you pull the one on the back, the one on the right moves along with it)
- Removable magazines (with 'magpul')
- Movving trigger
- Rail on top (same as on my PDR)
- Pretty good looks
The stock is based of the ''socom stock'' so that's why it might look a bit wierd.
Step 4: Other, Unnamed Shooting Gun
So I took the stock and main body of the M4-ish gun, and made it into this one.
Not posted 'cause of:
- Wierd looks
- Not innovative
- Fixed mag
- Didn't shoot too great
Step 5: Busmaster ACR
ACR model. Looked pretty good, but I was not completely happy about it (stock-body part mainly). That's why it wasn't posted. It featured all my standard stuff.
Step 6: Lmg Model
Step 7: P90
Step 8: M24-variant
Started out as Warhawk One's M24. Did not have bands, so I threw out the firing mech. I changed the handle (it was to big for my hands (tnotwss)). Features a standard pistol grip, comfortable stock, handguard. Different iron sight versions, scope, moving trigger, bolt etc. Looks pretty good, and is over a meter long.
Step 9: New G36C
I've redone my old G36C. This one is slimmer, thus more realistic (old one was too fat). Features standard stuff, doesn't shoot.
Step 10: Saiga 12
The first k'nex Saiga 12 model/replica on the site. It's certainly not as good as it could be. I wasn't completely happy with it, but it looked ok. It featured all standard stuff. The thing I perhaps liked the most about it were the iron sights. I like how they turned out. I didn't like the looks of the stock. But I've tried the skeletonized stock several times. All of them turned out looking terrible, or very flimsy. This one both looks decent, and is moderatly sturdy. It was very comfortable with the front grip attached
Step 11: Gun That Started As a M16, But Looked Way Off
In the end, it doesn't look like an M16, it looks weird (with only the side rails) so I'll break it apart soon, and make something else.
Step 12: Glock
This was a request by Heydiddlediddle. He asked for a drop-free magazine Glock. So I made this. It has a sort of mag, that doesn't fall out, but IMO, is not too much looking like a Glock. It does look okay-ish for a pistol, just not really Glocky. The trigger moves, it has some sort of magazines, and it can accept different types of attachments.
Step 13: Another LMG
The features it has:
- Decent ~ good looks IMO
- Very comfortable handle
- Moving trigger, charging handle and loading lid thing
- Good size
- Removable ammo belt
- A small mechanism like thing to keep the lid closed while holding the gun upside down, if you feel like holding a gun like that
Didn't post it 'cause it's absolutely nothing new.
Step 14: Break Action Rifle
I felt like making a break action gun, they always worked good for me. This one, however didn't. The handle / stock was flimsy, the hinge wasn't the sturdiest, and the pin will hit your hand. I never shot it, so I don't know how well it would work.
The handle was pretty comfortable, it had iron sights, The Racker's trigger, so the trigger would work good.
Step 15: Unfinished Thing
Started this when I was bored one day. Found out loading would become difficult, that it looked weird, so I stopped it.
No complex internals, just standard stuff.
Front sight is from The Dunkis' bullpup model.