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Ok, this topic is gonna be for just gun ideas, suggestions or debates on specific guns. Also just to warn everyone, the what should I build next topic is gonna be destoryed. You can say/ask all those same things in here.
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| April 7, 2009, 4:58 pm
I need people to give me some good reasons to take apart my G36C.
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| April 7, 2009, 5:01 pm
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Quoting Chas Irish
I need people to give me some good reasons to take apart my G36C.


Hmm, you don't have to take it apart. Its like me and my FG-42. I don't wanna take it apart until I get my Thompson done. If you like it a lot just buy a gun through bricklink or something. Then you could have your G36 and another gun you like!

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| April 7, 2009, 6:54 pm
I would, but I just spent $40.00 on Bricklink for some castle pieces. I'm not going to spend anymore for awhile.
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| April 7, 2009, 8:48 pm
Quoting Chas Irish I need people to give me some good reasons to take apart my G36C.
I had the same problem with my G36C, HK416, and now my M1A1 prototype. Think of it this way. You can't improve your skills if you don't keep building. Either continuously improve the G36C or build something new. Many of us want to see you build another gun, and sacrifice is part of it. Sometimes it starts with me needing one or two pieces from the existing gun to help build a new one, like my MP5. The gun is eventually taken apart. Other times I just go in and take it apart piece by piece and I don't stop until it's done. I had to do that with my P90...I loved that gun! I think I'm going to abandon the M1A1 and the AR57. I hope you can do the right thing and show us all that you can continue building and improving your skills. Good luck!
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| April 11, 2009, 3:41 am
Quoting PyBrick Replicas
Quoting Chas Irish I need people to give me some good reasons to take apart my G36C.
I had the same problem with my G36C, HK416, and now my M1A1 prototype. Think of it this way. You can't improve your skills if you don't keep building. Either continuously improve the G36C or build something new. Many of us want to see you build another gun, and sacrifice is part of it. Sometimes it starts with me needing one or two pieces from the existing gun to help build a new one, like my MP5. The gun is eventually taken apart. Other times I just go in and take it apart piece by piece and I don't stop until it's done. I had to do that with my P90...I loved that gun! I think I'm going to abandon the M1A1 and the AR57. I hope you can do the right thing and show us all that you can continue building and improving your skills. Good luck!

Thanks for your help! I've started work on a FN P90. (you may have noticed from the questions I was asking) So far, I have not taken apart any of my guns. If I need any extra pieces I plan on taking apart the Beretta or my Glock. Probably the Glock, because the Beretta shoots better. I have the front grip built and a brick built trigger. I'll also be using my own semi-auto mechanism:
http://mocpages.com/moc.php/110025
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| April 11, 2009, 8:03 am
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Ok, after building my very nice Thompson I am thinking about what I should build next. I already have another version of the (W-27) on the board but I need something else. I would prefer this to be a small German gun of some sort. Not too big cause I plan on ordering this through Lego and I want it to be German just cause I like them the best. If anyone has a suggestion by all means post.
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| May 13, 2009, 5:05 pm
Quoting Weston Wedeward
Ok, after building my very nice Thompson I am thinking about what I should build next. I already have another version of the (W-27) on the board but I need something else. I would prefer this to be a small German gun of some sort. Not too big cause I plan on ordering this through Lego and I want it to be German just cause I like them the best. If anyone has a suggestion by all means post.

I have a non-German gun for you. The PPSh-41. It looks like you wouldn't even have to order from Lego to make it. You shouldn't have any problem taking your Thompson apart because you have directions for it.

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| May 13, 2009, 5:29 pm
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Quoting Chas Irish
I need people to give me some good reasons to take apart my G36C.

chas, look at it this way: are you going to keep it built forever? probably not. in that case, why not take it apart now? i get the same thing when i build a decent gun, but after a while ill want to make another gun more than i want to keep the decent one. so, i take it apart, build a new gun, then do it all again!
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| May 13, 2009, 6:16 pm
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See, here is the problem. I don't wanna take apart my Thompson. I know Jack you probably think that is dumb but I want to keep it. The PPSH-41 idea isn't bad. I was also thinking of making a Colt .45 to go along with my Thompson. I will keep thinking on this.
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| May 13, 2009, 6:54 pm
Quoting Weston Wedeward
See, here is the problem. I don't wanna take apart my Thompson. I know Jack you probably think that is dumb but I want to keep it. The PPSH-41 idea isn't bad. I was also thinking of making a Colt .45 to go along with my Thompson. I will keep thinking on this.

Why would it be hard to take apart your Thompson? You have instructions and can build it again. I on the other hand cannot rebuild my G36C.
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| May 13, 2009, 9:40 pm
Quoting Jack Streat
chas, look at it this way: are you going to keep it built forever? probably not. in that case, why not take it apart now? i get the same thing when i build a decent gun, but after a while ill want to make another gun more than i want to keep the decent one. so, i take it apart, build a new gun, then do it all again!

I've already made my decision. When I have the time, I'm going to build the Barrett 98 B! This will require me to take apart all of my guns. It's going to worth it though! I have to do 3 MOCcomparisons first! It will probably be built in the summer. You guys are all invited to my group:
http://mocpages.com/group.php/3044

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| May 13, 2009, 9:47 pm
Quoting Marder II

Hmm, you don't have to take it apart. Its like me and my FG-42. I don't wanna take it apart until I get my Thompson done. If you like it a lot just buy a gun through bricklink or something. Then you could have your G36 and another gun you like!

Did you take your FG-42 yet?
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| May 13, 2009, 9:51 pm
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Quoting Weston Wedeward
I would prefer this to be a small German gun of some sort. Not too big cause I plan on ordering this through Lego and I want it to be German just cause I like them the best. If anyone has a suggestion by all means post.

Try to make a Luger P-08, or a Mauser C96. That would be really cool.

But if you want a modern German gun, than please make the MP5K PDW!
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| May 14, 2009, 4:21 am
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Quoting Weston Wedeward
I was also thinking of making a Colt .45 to go along with my Thompson.

Do you mean the Colt SAA or the Colt M1911a1. They're both awesome, but I prefer the SAA. But I love the M1911a1 also. But they can jam. Most revolvers not. So I beg you to make the SAA, but the Colt M1911a1 fits better with the Thompson.

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| May 14, 2009, 2:10 pm
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Quoting Chas Irish
Did you take your FG-42 yet?


The FG-42 died. I took it apart cause it was small and it didn't shoot all that well. I am thinking about really making a PPSH-41 or a M1911 Pistol. I just need to get a mech that can fit in a Colt .45 M1911. Maybe I may make a modern gun of some sort but I like having a pistol that goes along with my Thompson.

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| May 14, 2009, 5:27 pm
definately go with the ppsh-41.
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| May 14, 2009, 6:35 pm
Quoting Weston Wedeward

The FG-42 died. I took it apart cause it was small and it didn't shoot all that well. I am thinking about really making a PPSH-41 or a M1911 Pistol. I just need to get a mech that can fit in a Colt .45 M1911. Maybe I may make a modern gun of some sort but I like having a pistol that goes along with my Thompson.

Do you have enough black pieces for that? How big of a capacity are you looking for? I just made a really small pistol mechanism. I can Email it to you if you want.

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| May 14, 2009, 7:53 pm
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Quoting Chas Irish
Do you have enough black pieces for that? How big of a capacity are you looking for? I just made a really small pistol mechanism. I can Email it to you if you want.


Well, I am looking for about a 7 round capacity. I already have one but I just wish I could get my mech to work with a 5 stud bar instead of a 7 stud. I will probably be able to get it to work but the rubber band pull would be short. I wonder if I could get the bar at the back of the gun.... If you have a mech by all means you can email it to me.

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| May 14, 2009, 8:01 pm
Quoting Weston Wedeward
Quoting Chas Irish
Do you have enough black pieces for that? How big of a capacity are you looking for? I just made a really small pistol mechanism. I can Email it to you if you want.


Well, I am looking for about a 7 round capacity. I already have one but I just wish I could get my mech to work with a 5 stud bar instead of a 7 stud. I will probably be able to get it to work but the rubber band pull would be short. I wonder if I could get the bar at the back of the gun.... If you have a mech by all means you can email it to me.

Well, if you want to use a 5 stud bar than you can just look here:
http://mocpages.com/moc.php/106399 It won't hold that many if you don't reinforce the gun though.

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| May 14, 2009, 8:06 pm
whats with the WWII guns? Just because COD:WaW came out? Jeez...
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| May 17, 2009, 7:30 pm
i don't want to take apart my Steyr AUG so i think i will improve it
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| May 18, 2009, 9:52 am
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Quoting Pro Build
whats with the WWII guns? Just because COD:WaW came out? Jeez...


How can you not like WWII guns?!?!?! That was the last great war of our time! WWII all the way, but you can have your own opinions.

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| May 18, 2009, 5:37 pm
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Quoting Weston Wedeward
Quoting Chas Irish
Do you have enough black pieces for that? How big of a capacity are you looking for? I just made a really small pistol mechanism. I can Email it to you if you want.


Well, I am looking for about a 7 round capacity. I already have one but I just wish I could get my mech to work with a 5 stud bar instead of a 7 stud. I will probably be able to get it to work but the rubber band pull would be short. I wonder if I could get the bar at the back of the gun.... If you have a mech by all means you can email it to me.


For your mechanism, I always use a five-stud bar. It holds about 6-7 rubberbands.
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| May 30, 2009, 3:35 am
Quoting Weston Wedeward

How can you not like WWII guns?!?!?! That was the last great war of our time! WWII all the way, but you can have your own opinions.

yes, but i'm guessing you got the ideas from COD:WaW?
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| May 30, 2009, 11:31 am
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Quoting Pro Build
yes, but i'm guessing you got the ideas from COD:WaW?


No, most of my guns aren't from COD. I just like to make any WWII weapon that pops into my head. Some may be in COD but I don't get inspiration from them.

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| May 30, 2009, 2:03 pm
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I want to make a militairy rifle. I just want some ideas from you. This is what I want:

*It needs to be from WWI or WWII.
*It needs to have a maximal length of 44 inches.
*It needs to have a detachable magazine.
*It needs to fire in semi-auto.
*It needs to have the option to add a bayonet.

For the bayonet I will use Weston's bayonet and mechanism. So I'll give credit for those.
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| October 17, 2009, 4:19 am
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Quoting Max S.
M1 carbine
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M1_carbine

Thanks, I like the M1, but I've tried it a lot of times, with failure as result. Right now I'm making a Springfield M1903. No, it isn't semi-automatic, but I kinda like bolt-action.
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| October 17, 2009, 3:17 pm
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Quoting Max S.
but what I wanted to ask:
A carbine between WW2 and today in full auto, shorter than 40 inches and please not one from today like the G36C or the M4, one from 1945 to ca. 1970?


Hmmm...

FN FAL
Valmet Rk. 62
AK47
Stoner 63

But just try some from a little earlier:

M2 carbine
FG-42
Fedorov Avtomat
MP44
Or a 44 inch Springfield M14.

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| October 17, 2009, 4:59 pm
Quoting Marder II
Ok, this topic is gonna be for just gun ideas, suggestions or debates on specific guns. Also just to warn everyone, the what should I build next topic is gonna be destoryed. You can say/ask all those same things in here.


im working on a m4a1

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| January 15, 2010, 7:41 pm
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