TrailBlazer Instructions

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About: I'm your average Instructables Joe. When I build things in knex, I mod them to be as strong, reliable, and aesthetically pleasing as possible.

The step-by-step assembly instructions of my TrailBlazer Sniper Rifle.
Follow the pictures and you'll get through A-OK! d(^^d)

This isn't really that hard to make (aside from the Stock, but you can do pretty much whatever you want with that).

Anyways, now to the pictures.

I give full credit to Brad/DGM for the trigger mechanism.

Step 1: The Front Half

These are the instructions for the front half of the gun. It's two sides and one chunk.

Step 2: The Back Half

This is where you'll probably end up getting slightly confused. The stock is filled in except for a few parts, which are described in the pictures. The handle is filled, 3 layers, attached via white connectors. It shouldn't be too difficult to decipher. Just keep with it, and it's not hard.

Step 3: Connecting the Halves and Finishing Up

This is where you'll connect the Front and Back halves. You will also add rubber bands, comfort rails, and bipod connector. The bipod you use for this is the bipod from nuttyguy's M110.

Step 4: Loading and Firing

Here is where you will learn to load and fire the gun. It's quite simple, really.
Elementary, my dear Watson!

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    Raikou-sangamingman

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Have you ever built Brad's Blazer? It's the same thing, except mine can hold more bands. And it hits the end of my hallway really hard, so I'd guess around anywhere from 50-80.

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    heatblast

    8 years ago on Introduction

    "This is one big block, except for part of the stock". LOL, that rhymes!XD

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    mettaurlover

    8 years ago on Introduction

    This is MUCH more understandable. Thanks for posting it as an actual instructable!