K'nex Semi Pump Action Gun Instructions

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Hey there. These are the instructions for my latest gun. For more info about the gun, visit the slideshow

Step 1: The Stock

Easiest part. 

Step 2: Back Part of Main Body

This has the handle, trigger and bullet ramp. Isn't too hard. The broken rod in the bullet ramp isn't necessary

Step 3: Front Part of Main Body

Not that hard. Houses the fake barrel, magzine, pump etc.

Step 4: Finishing It

Almost done. Put it together, then click the last photo (click if it doesn't play normally, it's a .GIF)



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    19 Discussions


    4 years ago

    Nice ammo, gun, everything. Do you have to cut the rod for the ammo to fire.


    Ah, okay. Weird that it won't work for you, I'm sorry it happened.
    Unfortunately, I can't really help you here, as I myself haven't had that issue :/


    Too bad it didn't work for you.
    Just a question:
    Did you cut the y-connectory in the ramp thingy? Mine wouldn't work decently until I did so.


    I haven't had this gun since I've posted this ible. But I don't think it uses that many oranges (I don't have a lot of them)

    dr. richtofenLvNo1000

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Didn't saw this reply in a mail, thus I'm sorry for being late.
    With 'semi pump action', I mean that it loads the bullet with a pump action mechanism, but you need to pull the pin back manually. So it doesn't work as a normal pump action, it only chambers the bullet that way.
    I hope this is clear, if it's not, just tell me


    6 years ago on Introduction

    I like this idea. So from what I understand you have to pull back the pin, pump it and pull the trigger right? I think it would be possible to get the pin pull and the pump connected and I might give it a try if you don't mind...

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