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This is my second lego creation, Lego LMG, that shoots rubberbands full automatic. It has a simple mechanism: When the RB's are loaded to the gun, just turn the crank forward. It may look a bit "unfinished", because I sat on it... That's also the reason why there is no shooting video... Enjoy!
About this creation




Left side of this gun



Angle shot... Front looks really weird I think...



Here you see the crank. By turning it forwards, you can shoot whit it. That allows you to fire it as fast as you can!



Here you see the really simple mechanism. There's so many gearwheels because if the crank was connected to the gearwheel where the RB's are loaded, you would have to turn the crank really, really slowly!!



Aiming down the sight. not very good because this gun went to pieces before I make it better...



First person view. Pretty unnecessary?



And a last look at this "unfinishd LMG. Remember to comment and rate! critic is welcome!




Comments

 I like it 
  June 26, 2011
very good, it looks like a browning 1919
 I like it 
  January 28, 2011
Nice gun I like it very much ;-) thx for adding it to clan
 I like it 
  January 4, 2011
awesome gun great work
 I made it 
  January 3, 2011
Quoting Thijs van Ooij Excellent lmg, good colour, but I don't really like that crank-action mechanism. If you release the crank the rubberbands will start shooting. The best way to do it is by making a 90 degree angle from the crank and then add a wormwheel, and if you place a gear against that and load the rubberbands onto that gear, you have your mechanism. Less space consuming, yet more efficient.
No, if you release the crank, there is a little part that keeps the gearwheel locked. It's tight enough, so the RB's wount start shooting, but not too tight so it's easy to turn the crank!
Square Box
 I like it 
Chris Blizard
  January 2, 2011
Good! I used a crank mechanism on one of my first rubber band guns.
Square Box
 I like it 
Chris Blizard
  January 2, 2011
Good! I used a crank mechanism on one of my first rubber band guns.
 I like it 
  January 2, 2011
Excellent lmg, good colour, but I don't really like that crank-action mechanism. If you release the crank the rubberbands will start shooting. The best way to do it is by making a 90 degree angle from the crank and then add a wormwheel, and if you place a gear against that and load the rubberbands onto that gear, you have your mechanism. Less space consuming, yet more efficient.
 
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