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Walther PPK ... Instructions?
Hello again! This will be my last finished MOC before school starts up again, this is probably my last creation shot in my white box, my next creations will most likely be pictured with my buddy's green-screen! IF you notice the pictures are in higher quality, i broke my iphone, so i am using my dads new I-pad which has an amazing camera! The main challenge with this gun was too fit all of the mechanisms into such a tiny gun! Features: -Working trigger - Working slide - Working mag catch and release - Working hammer - Hammer moves "up" when mag is put in - When slide is pulled back, hammer moves down - When slide moves forward, the hammer moves up - Full sized magazine - Realistic field strip(s) - Slide lock- Nonworking safety :(
About this creation


A shot with the crappy safety off.



Shot with the crappy safety off again.



Right side, you can see the barrel through the shell eject.



Slide pulled al the way back, with the slide lock on!



I love this shot, i took the left wall off so you guys can see how hard it was too get all the cramped mechanisms into here! there was literally no more room for a working safety...



Another shot!



Slide taken off, there are two different ways to take apart the gun, the way that is actually on the real gun, when the slide is pulled all the way back and then pulled up, there is a loud "click" and then it comes off. And then the other way, which is connected to the slide lock, is the same mech used in an M1911, a one piece rod going through the gun which holds the whole thing together, but also acts as a spindle for the slide lock. Both are available on this creation!



The M1911 style field strip.



All three of the main pieces fully disassembled!



shot of the mag out, it slides in and out of the handle very easily.



The slide, taken completely off!



Another shot to show you guys the mechanisms.



Another one, the smaller "L" piece,the one in the middle of the trigger and the hammer, is the magazine lock, and the top part of the "L" restricts the trigger from moving to far.



James bond style baby!

WANT INSTRUCTIONS? If this gets more than 16 likes, i will upload a tutorial:). my next creation will most likely be a Barrett 50. cal. which might take a while.... -Silly




Comments

 I like it 
  September 29, 2013
Amazing!!
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  August 29, 2013
Looks nice but ejection port is a little far forward.
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  August 27, 2013
Really Cool, Nice work
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  August 26, 2013
Great job, Silly! I can only imagine how many hours you must have spent analyzing every single detail about this gun on your iPad last week in order to complete this... :)
 I made it 
  August 26, 2013
instructions are finished, i will upload them sometime tomorrow!
 I like it 
  August 26, 2013
Very nice! I've always had a love for this pistol
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  August 26, 2013
I like it. :)
 I made it 
  August 26, 2013
Quoting Darkbird 4 One more! Oh my $!?& it a work art! Come on somebody one more like please!
actually i said MORE than 16, but i love the excitement! thanks Darkbird!
 I like it 
  August 26, 2013
One more! Oh my $!?& it a work art! Come on somebody one more like please!
 I like it 
  August 26, 2013
Yeah, I guess it was the only way to make a slide lock with such a crammed interior. Great job!
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  August 26, 2013
Nice work!
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  August 26, 2013
Say....the mechanism seems very simple, for a working gun that is. Is it possible that you could post mechanism frame? This is great. 5/5
 I like it 
  August 25, 2013
Impressive!
 I made it 
  August 25, 2013
Quoting Chris K Nice! It looks a tad bulky, but that's ok considering it has a moving trigger, hammer, and removable magazine! The field strip is a cool feature too. But I believe the slide release on the real weapon is strictly internal, and not accessible from the outside of the gun. (The slide locks back when the gun is empty, and when it is reloaded, a slight pull on the slide will allow it to release foward.) Nevertheless, you've still done a great job!
yeah i know, but you cant really do that in lego, so i just changed it a bit, and yeah i tried making it as small as possible
 I like it 
  August 25, 2013
Nice! It looks a tad bulky, but that's ok considering it has a moving trigger, hammer, and removable magazine! The field strip is a cool feature too. But I believe the slide release on the real weapon is strictly internal, and not accessible from the outside of the gun. (The slide locks back when the gun is empty, and when it is reloaded, a slight pull on the slide will allow it to release foward.) Nevertheless, you've still done a great job!
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  August 25, 2013
I'm eager to see you barrett. Nice suppressor design, the grip seems blocky.
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  August 25, 2013
Awesome Walther ppk I really like the way it breaks down . I also like the silencer. Excellent work . And you have my deepest sympathies on returning to school :-)
 I like it 
  August 25, 2013
The only Thing I hear is the James Bond theme right now
 
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