Introduction: The Headhunter a Knex Handgun UPDATE WITH INSTRUCTIONS!!
Bear with me for this is my first mag grip pistol ever so it might look like crap or it may not.
This pistol came out of a challenge for myself to make a mag grip pistol that looks different than most others (this is because they all use the same mech and thus look similar *cough red book of westmarch cough*) and this makes me mad so I set off to build my own. There were some other goals that I set for my self that include 1. must be compact 2. Must shoot 15-20 ft 3. Must be comfortable. 4. Must hold at least 7 rounds.
I did just that because the headhunter holds 9 rounds is compact and shoots blue clips 17 ft with three bands.
I also tried to add some innovation into the gun. The barrel is big enough to fit one rod or one connector ( connector tightly) from the back until the trigger. This is to prevent double loads. From the trigger to the end of the barrel it is big enough to hold two rods or one connector (loosely). This is to prevent friction on the clip and allow a lot of ammo to be easily muzzle loaded. This innovation increases range power and reliability in one easy modification.
PLEASE HELP ME THIS GUN WORKS BUT I WANT TO POST A SECOND VERSION AND INSTRUCTIONS PLEASE HELP ME WITH THE V.2 BY GIVING IDEAS AND CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM !!!! IT HELPS ALOT!!
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Step 1: Build the Magazine
This is pretty simple but uses cut rods
Step 2: Build the Outer Frame
The flexi rods in the front are not needed but are very usefull
Step 3: The Mag Well/Grip
The cut rods are five connectors long
Step 4: Extra Stuff on Grip
Just do it
Step 5: Make the Mech
It's not that hard and just bear with the cut rods
Step 6: Put It Together
Just follow the pics it's not that hard REALLY
Step 7: Add the Trigger
Step 8: Make It Comfy
They aren't connected to anything they're held in by the band