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C96 Self-Reloading Pistol
Hello and thanks for visiting, this one is a bit hard to explain, but it has an ingenius construction, shooting 1x3 holed technic pieces not too far uless you grab the hammer, pull it all the way back and let go of it. The mag isn't removeable so when you load it you have to put 5 of the technic pieces and then pull the thing that pushes the ammo up down while pulling the hammer back to let them in and pull the trigger. If you pull the trigger it will shoot about an average of 3 feet from the barrel, but if you pull the hammer back all the way with your thumb and let go then you shoot about an average of 10 feet or more. It has been really fun for me, you really only need 5 rubber bands, but I added mor to make it more powerfull. It is my firs all black gun, exept for the front of the mag well, some of the mech and the curved pieces on the handle, the brick sidways on the handle is suppost to be brown, but I don't really have any brown pieces. The barrel is on one half of the gun wich can affect the aim of it, if you go perfectly down the center, I hope you like it, please rate and comment.
About this creation





The Trigger









The Mag (not removeable)









The trigger and hammer lever









The trigger being pulled, the hammer coming back









The hammer pulled back all the way with my hand. It doesn't shoot that far by pulling the trigger, but if I do this it a lot more effectiveness and range









The mag (empty)









The barrel









The gun, left view









The gun, right view









The handle









The gun left side









The gun right side









Loading in the barrel (1st part)









Loading in the mag (second part)






Comments

 I made it 
  May 22, 2011
Quoting SCARFACE MILLION looks like a C96 Mauser, if u know what i mean.
It is and I'm glad you liked it and I should ve able to post a crossbow soon if I get around to it, its already built
 I like it 
  May 20, 2011
looks like a C96 Mauser, if u know what i mean.
 I made it 
  December 14, 2010
Quoting peter geary cool gun i made this one aswell its from sonetine36 on youtube isnt it anyway how did you get yours so powerful becauuse mine had sheet power
What I did is instead of pulling the trigger I pull the hammer back all the way with my thumb and let go. It helps a lot.
  December 14, 2010
cool gun i made this one aswell its from sonetine36 on youtube isnt it anyway how did you get yours so powerful becauuse mine had sheet power
 I like it 
  December 2, 2010
Yes it is,check Tom Jongejans version out,it is really good too.He has the mag and it has the name for the fully automatic version.
  November 30, 2010
Really cool, I made this exact one too, and although it is not too strong, the mech to it is amazing...
  November 30, 2010
Really cool, I made this exact one too, and although it is not too strong, the mech to it is amazing...
 I made it 
  November 24, 2010
Quoting Scott Ziegler You should make an extension to the magazine so it looks like it has a mag.
I'll think about it, I'm not entirely sure but I think it is a German WWII pistol.
 I like it 
  November 24, 2010
You should make an extension to the magazine so it looks like it has a mag.
 
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