Just HOW contraversial is this really? (Also: The Dunkis's Flat knex pistol review.) Answered
I know this subject has been brought up before, but I'm the first one to actually have video documentation on this topic to my knowledge:
While I'm at it I might as well review TD's Flat knex pistol because I don't feel like making a separate topic for that:
Design- 7/10. It succeeds at being compact and flat but this results in some tradeoffs, such as a tiny handle. Bullet lock does not work too well, the ammo falls off given a good shaking. Range- 6/10. About 25 feet with oodammo, with 2 #64's. Any more bands, and I have problems pulling the trigger. I'm gonna go easy on this rating because it's a compact gun for showing off. Comfort- 7/10. Sure the handle is flat, but it's also tiny and pretty hard to grip if you have larger hands. Also the pin tends to hit my hand a bit if I'm not careful due to this. Innovation- 8/10. It's the first truly flat knex gun, but it also sacrifices functionality. Trigger- 8/10. It blocks near the back of the barrel, but the part you pull breaks easily with more than 2 bands. It's comfortable though and the spacers don't fall off. Overall- 7/10. It's a novelty show-off but nothing too powerful. Great for stealth if you ever needed to hide it.