-Very Powerful (60+ feet)
-Very Strong (Can Penetrate Cardboard, CDs, Cans, Ballistics Gel)
-Fires Pencils or Knex rods
-Fairly long reload (4 seconds)
-Fairly heavy (2 pounds)
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Step 1: Bottom Part 1
The bottom part of the handle.
Step 2: Trigger
easy to make
Step 3: Bottom Part 2
This part works on the area that holds the counterweight rubberbands.
Step 4: Bottom Part 3
This completes the bottom part for now.
Step 5: Forward Handle
VERY easy. self explanitory
Step 6: Rubber Band Holders Part 1
This step makes part of the front of the crossbow which holds the firing rubber bands.
Step 7: Rb Holders Part 2
The other half of the holders.
Step 8: Runway Part 1
This step creates the base of the runway.
Step 9: Runway Part 2
Building up the runway.
Step 10: Runway Part 3
Finishing the firing runway. Ive seperated the sets of pieces with one stud on top into groupings to make it easy to tell which ones are which in the closeups.
Step 11: Back Section
In this step, the back of the gun is built up.
Step 12: Firing Gear
This is the gear which the rbs are put on to fire. This step also builds up the area around the firing gear.
Step 13: Rear Sight
This step makes the sight placed on the back of the crossbow.
Step 14: Firing and Counter-weight Rbs + Attaching the Handhold
You need 9 Total Large Firing Rubberbands, and 4 Smaller, thicker counter-weight rubberbands.
Step 15: Ammo + Loading
For ammo, you can use either pencils, or the sharpened knex pieces shown. To sharpen the knex pieces, just take the red rod shown and sharpen it in a regular pencil sharpener until it is as sharp as possible. Then, attach the orange connector to the back, and that is your ammo. Oh, and if you kill or injure someone with this gun, I take no responsibility for your actions.