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Aha, new idea maybe
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ok Some of you may now me, other wont, i like creating rbg guns, but a brickshooter, never made, thats why im here, i ask someone something: how do i make a full auto brickshooter? thats all i need to know, once i know that, im gonna make one, and ts gtta be a good one...
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| February 24, 2009, 4:33 am
well, you can make a full auto band gun and then stick the bullets in the way (marder II hates this method) or you can use a motor or a crank to pull back a firing pin to fire a magazine of bullets. I prefer the second one because you dont have to load rubberbands, but the first one shoots farther.
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| February 25, 2009, 10:27 am
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Quoting Austen Cordero
well, you can make a full auto band gun and then stick the bullets in the way (marder II hates this method) or you can use a motor or a crank to pull back a firing pin to fire a magazine of bullets. I prefer the second one because you dont have to load rubberbands, but the first one shoots farther.


i do the first one, i have an idea, i make a sniper, wich has a bolt, where i put in "bullets" wich slides them to the rubberbands, and then shoot

hmm, gotta try this
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| February 25, 2009, 2:19 pm
i tried that idea once but if you are going to try it make sure the gun is three studs wide on the inside. also have the platform where the brick is shot 1/3 stud down from the sides where the rubberbands are
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| February 26, 2009, 9:51 am
Quoting Austen Cordero
well, you can make a full auto band gun and then stick the bullets in the way (marder II hates this method) or you can use a motor or a crank to pull back a firing pin to fire a magazine of bullets. I prefer the second one because you dont have to load rubberbands, but the first one shoots farther.


Lol, yes I do hate that method. Having to reload the rubber bands AND the bullets is so time consuming. I would rather load one or the other so that is why I never have used that kind of mech.

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| April 6, 2009, 8:55 pm
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