This is my Lego FN P90. It fires rubberbands about 30 feet, and it is powerful. It is about life-size and it took me about 3 hours to fully complete. It is fairly accurate and is very sturdy, so you can use it and not worry about is breaking. Its grips are very comfy and it is tactical. Also, everything is concealed, which was a hard part, also, I about ran out of the pieces I used to make the handle grips. Well, hope you all like it!
About this creation
This is a first-person view of when you hold the p90. As you can see it is just about life size.
On my p90, there is a flip-up assist sight that can be used to shoot with greater accuracy.
This is a view of when you look down the sight, and in order to get an about perfect shot, you must line up the two dots on the flip-up assist sight with the hole in the piece at the end of the sight. Since the sight is somewhat slanted, the sights are about 95% accurate.
This is the p90 when is is field stripped. No, there is no magazine, for my gun shoots rubberband. My gun uses the mechanism where there is a gear that has a rod connecter caught on it and when the trigger is pulled, the rod connector rises up, allowing the wheel to move freely.
To load a rubberband into the gun, you hook it on the wheel that is NOT blocked, and you hook it on the piece in the front (the piece that looks like a silencer or the barrel).
My p90 has a grip style handle, so that is holdable and is comfy. The trigger is in the same position as a real p90 and the trigger is made of lego bricks.
My p90 also has a strap attachment, but I dont really use it because the strap can get in your way.