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Barret 50 cal(Jack streat)
A replica of jack streats with all the right mech.
About this creation
Building instuctions here !

My latest gun the Barret 50 cal. This is not a barret 50 cal for you great minds who noticed. It has the mech, the frame, so ill call it one. All it needs is a barrel. i forgot the scope until i took all of the pictures. and i probably wont get around to doing so.




ERROR!!! The first pic was forgoten so the text by the first pic goes with the real first pick which isnt here. The second text with the first one here the third with the second and so on. Unfortunatly i cannot fix it right now so go with it for now please


Features:

Good:

Bolt action
Original mech.
8 round magazine
the mag bolt acctually works!(only 1 in 10 ever come close to working)
Nice stock( with curve for shoulder.)

Bad:

Jams more than id like(but they are very easy fixes, unlike the spas 12)
Grip is wiggley.
ok i cant find much else bad but the lack of sights, this used up most of my technic parts.

now onto the gun!

The large magazine with 8 bricks


















loaded with added plating on. I didnt have enough beams to do what jack streat did















large mag well

















mag in mag well(NOT cliped in)watch the grey bottom peeice that puches ricks up to the top.
















no it is held in. The mag bolt pushes the bricks down .more on that in the mech.
















Pistol grip, tigger, gaurd, mag release, mag.
















Stock, my favorite one too!

















That curved part I talked about. Nice to the shoulder

















Bolt foward.

















Bolt back















Bolt foward again


















Trigger.

















Not pulled whatch the black beam to see what the tigger does.


















It pushes the black beam foward lowering a thing out of the barrel. More on that later.
















Feild stripped
















Mech
















Bolt back. as you see, it catches that thing in the back, or the mag bolt, pulling that beam out of the mag well.
















mech with magazine in.















Bolt back. when the mag bolt is pulled back, the bicks in the mag are pushed up. whin it is pulled foward again, it pushes a brick up the ramp into the barrel.Where it is stopped by the tigger mech.















Foward agin. You can see how the hammer is around the brick now.




















Credits:
Design: Jack Streat
modle: Captin Pasquale
Anything else: one of us most likely.




So if the tutorial comes out, the mech will make better sence. So hope you like it, Please tell me what you think.



Comments

 I like it 
  July 17, 2012
nice job captin! I postedd my new working gun plz check it out if you have the time and comment maybe :D
 I made it 
  August 2, 2011
Quoting chris willett wow well done i could never make a shooting Lego model so very well done on making one
Thanks! Id never be able get some of your nice designs though :)
 I like it 
  August 2, 2011
wow well done i could never make a shooting Lego model so very well done on making one
 I made it 
  July 20, 2011
Quoting Mark Martellini where did you get the instructions? pls give it to me.
I built it off the picture on his page. As for directions, they just came out today. You can find them right here: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/279419 . Can you please tell me if they were helpful?
 I like it 
  July 20, 2011
where did you get the instructions? pls give it to me.
 
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