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working LEGO TMP (v.1)
Hii all! This is my working LEGO version of the TMP. thw replica is not very accurate and it doesnt have a trigger guard. It started out as a wish to make a working desert eagle but it turned out like this ! although it looks ugly as hell it has a very nice mechanism and it NEVER jams. try to ENJOY! :d
About this creation

guns left side


grip and the mag release


fore grip


right side


the part of the mag that sticks out


doing the mag release thing


mag pulled out


mag well


cocking handle


front sight


where is the back sight?


oh, here it is! it pops up


look down the sights


cocking handle pulled back


fps from hip (left hand holding the camera)


trigger without the trigger guard


trigger pulled


roof taken off


the whole cocking handle


trigger mech inside the barrel


when the trigger is pulled this goes down allowing the bullet to come out


the entire mech! (its basicaly the same as the mech on my TABR but alot smaller and smoother


trigger mech(same as the TABR but turned the oposite way)


the top part of the mag


back part of the mech


without the mag


this was my first mag that could hold 1x2 bricks!and it works like a charm (max 17 bullets)


the rounds


when the cocking handle is pulled back this inserts the round ti the barrel


and here is one last look!

THATS IT GUYS I HOPE YOU LIKED IT! THANKS FOR VIEWING!
*Instructions will not be available cuzz I HAVE DESTROYED IT TO BUILD MY NEW BRICKSHOOTING JUNGLE CARBINE WHICH WILL BE POSTED SOON!




Comments

schorch 100
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The Sniper
  December 16, 2013
I think the body could use some work, but thats probably hard when you are trying to make them work :P nice gun!
 I made it 
  December 16, 2013
Quoting The Sniper I think the body could use some work, but thats probably hard when you are trying to make them work :P nice gun!
well yes. this was a test to see if i could build spmething with a compact firing mech. the body wast realy a priority this time.
 I like it 
  April 20, 2013
Excellent! Thanks for uploading so many pictures of the mechanism, perhaps I'll biuld my own version! Oh and the instructions to my MBT won't be available for the same reason: it has already been taken apart, sorry! Keep building this good.
 I made it 
  March 18, 2013
Quoting Chris K To be honest, I'm just like that sometimes too. I have multiple crappy-looking guns sitting around right now. I just build them to see if I can create a new firing mechanism. But when you do have a good mechanism, sometimes you can keep the inner workings and redo the rest, to make it a firing replica. That's what I think you should do, and make a TMP V.2. :)
challenge accepted! i will as soon as i got the time. btw i got a few older creations that i will post soon! stay tuned ;)
 I like it 
  March 15, 2013
To be honest, I'm just like that sometimes too. I have multiple crappy-looking guns sitting around right now. I just build them to see if I can create a new firing mechanism. But when you do have a good mechanism, sometimes you can keep the inner workings and redo the rest, to make it a firing replica. That's what I think you should do, and make a TMP V.2. :)
 I like it 
  March 15, 2013
I'm just like that sometimes too. I have multiple crappy-looking guns sitting around right now, I just built them to test out a new mechanism. But that's the beauty of Lego-you can take it apart and build it a different way. Your mechanism is amazing, but maybe if you rebuild the rest of the gun,(it's just a suggestion) you could make a TMP V.2. ;)
 I made it 
  March 15, 2013
Quoting Chris K Nice! Although it could be a little more realistic, I love how you made the mechanism. It's not copied right from Jack Streat (Which so many people do), and it looks very compact and reliable. Great job! ;)
thanks for the comment. the mech is very compact and relianle.its the only reason why i built it. i didnt care bout aestethics this time , sorry about that
 I like it 
  March 14, 2013
Nice! Although it could be a little more realistic, I love how you made the mechanism. It's not copied right from Jack Streat (Which so many people do), and it looks very compact and reliable. Great job! ;)
 I made it 
  March 3, 2013
Quoting Bob Schwippert call it jungle carbine. nice tmp, i like it, can you take a look at my gun?
tnx for the comment! and i will check out your guns
 I like it 
  September 1, 2012
call it jungle carbine. nice tmp, i like it, can you take a look at my gun?
 I made it 
  August 6, 2012
Quoting captin pasquale Looks awewsome! I hope to see more!
YOU WILL! :D alot! I will post my new improved revolver that was previously made by cole edmondson! and I will also post my new working lee enfield bolt action rifle (or should I call it a jungle carbine?) :D can you add me as a favorite so you can see my creations when I post them?
 I like it 
  July 27, 2012
Looks awewsome! I hope to see more!
 
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