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HK416D14.5RS [v9]
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Formatting: 2:20 PM 1/7/2010
Text: 10:25 PM 8/1/2008
Photos: 10:25 PM 8/1/2008
Created: 11:20 PM 7/25/2008

New features from v8 include a spring in the buffer tube and a working bolt catch. This means that I can operate the charging handle, push the bolt catch lever, and the bolt carrier assembly will close. See my previous versions for how those work. Thanks to Alexander for the tips and suggestions. I am going to add a selector switch and a magazine release, plus HK's grenade launcher attachment, as suggested by Tres. Thanks to everyone who has provided me with constructive criticism!

Videos at the bottom of the page! Click HERE to go there!

11:41 AM 7/31/2008 - Regarding upcoming v10: The HK320 grenade launcher attachment has been abandoned to build an HK XM8. I sized down the bolt catch to a more reasonable size. I also made the whole bolt catch and bolt assembly mechanism more sturdy and relaible so it won't break apart or jam as often.

10:25 PM 8/1/2008 - added a working push button magazine release, put 5.56 x 45mm NATO round in the chamber, added buffer pin in the buffer tube, moved clips on dust cover around | need: Flat Tile 1X1 (x2), Plate 1X1 (x3), Flat Tile 1 x 4 (a lot)




















Bolt Catch


Stock Collapsed


Stock Extended


Full Reload Sequence


Jam #1


Jam #2


Jam #3




Comments

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  March 15, 2010
(trying to pick jaw off ground) amazing..... wow.....
  January 20, 2010
Awesome! Where do You get this all black Pieces ?
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  September 24, 2009
Plz, check out my HK416! ^^
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  September 14, 2009
k thanks. Thats A LOT of work. But I suppose thats what you get in college... Ive abondened the stock spring, the detachable upper/ lower reciever, and an independent bolt. Ill tyr to get V2 up so you can see it. Thanks, Though.~Agent
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  September 11, 2009
Quoting Agent Young ...are you ignoring me, or do you have A LOT of studying to do?
I have to write, compile, run, and debug 2 medium-sized C++ programs, think of and write out each step of 14 mathematical proofs, and answer over 250 online chemistry problems (14 assignments, 3 questions per assignment, 6 parts per question) and have to get at least 2/3 of each assignment right in the SAME attempt to get credit, else I have to do it over again.
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  September 11, 2009
Quoting Agent Young Are you tired of my questions?
Not at all.
Quoting Agent Young Is the lower reciever 4 studs wide, while the upper reciever is 6 studs wide?
Yes.
Quoting Agent Young Is the stock 8 studs wide?
No, it is 6-studs wide.
Quoting Agent Young how wide is the bolt carrier/pullback lever?
The bolt assembly is 2-studs wide, the charging handle is 1-stud wide, and the T-handle is 5-studs wide.
Quoting Agent Young can you remake the boltcarrier/pullback lever assembly?
I can make it on LDD, but give me some time to do that. I won't remake it out of real Lego pieces.
Quoting Agent Young How did the entire stock not fall off if it is just barely attached to the lower reciever?was the stock really that sturdy?
I used brand new pieces for the joint. It was fragile, but sturdy enough to maneuver without babying it.
Quoting Agent Young did the upper reciever somehow attach to the stock when you put the retaining pin back in?
Yes, that is what the retaining pin was for. It would go through two 1x2 Technic bricks that were attached to the upper receiver. I used new pieces for that part, too.
Quoting Agent Young why didnt you finish the ar-15?
AR-57: I lost interest in the project, and didn't feel like rebuilding the lower receiver. Then I got into other projects like the Walther P5. Somehow my AR-57 [v0] page was removed.
 I like it 
  September 11, 2009
...are you ignoring me, or do you have A LOT of studying to do?
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  September 9, 2009
Alright, some more questions.Are you tired of my questions? Is the lower reciever 4 studs wide, while the upper reciever is 6 studs wide? Is the stock 8 studs wide? how wide is the bolt carrier/pullback lever?can you remake the boltcarrier/pullback lever assembly?How did the entire stock not fall off if it is just barely attached to the lower reciever?was the stock really that sturdy?did the upper reciever somehow attach to the stock when you put the retaining pin back in?and why didnt you finish the ar-15?----alright, thats enough for now.thanks for being patient~Young
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  September 9, 2009
Quoting Agent Young One more thing, is the buffer spring in the stock tube the spine of a subject notebook?
Yep, you got that right. It comes from one of the cheap notebooks, so the spring has completely degenerated from all of that use. :P
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  September 9, 2009
One more thing, is the buffer spring in the stock tube the spine of a subject notebook?
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  September 8, 2009
Thanks man
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  September 8, 2009
Quoting Agent Young I get how the charging handkle and bolt assembly work, but im still really confused by the bolt catch...can you explain with pics?
I'll supply an LDD file you can download from this page sometime this week. That will at least show you the whole mechanism. You might be able to ask Marco P about it since he was able to successfully add it to his own rifle.
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  September 8, 2009
I get how the charging handkle and bolt assembly work, but im still really confused by the bolt catch...can you explain with pics?
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  July 21, 2009
Nice. Would you comment on my MP-40 as it needs more views.
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  June 26, 2009
This is, in my oppinion, the best gun, of any kind, on MOCpages. I don't know why I haven't commented on this before. I would love it if you could post a v10 of this gun with the working mag release, (good pics of it too because I have no idea how to make one) and the working stock lever. Again, this is just OUTSTANDING!
 I made it 
  April 18, 2009
Quoting Jack Streat the bolt retainer doesnt lock the charging handle as the handle is not directly connected to the bolt
My gun has the non-connected bolt and charging handle feature. However, to show that the bolt catch works in the videos (with the given lighting conditions and recording quality), I had to keep the charging handle back so the viewer can see the action more clearly. The bolt assembly would barely be visible. Thanks for noticing, though.
 I like it 
  April 18, 2009
very good. youve obviously spent a lot of time on this. i just wanna point out that the bolt retainer doesnt lock the charging handle as the handle is not directly connected to the bolt - this is why the gun has a separate forward assist. apart from that, great job!
 I like it 
  March 30, 2009
all of your HK416's are pretty sweet lego guns. they have very good detail and u dont even need all of the extra stuff inside of the guns.
  February 17, 2009
Frightening.
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  February 17, 2009
Wow, I thought the first pic was a photograph. Took ages to build, I believe.
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  February 17, 2009
OMG! Awesome ! It's reeaally good! And nice vid's with functions too ;)
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Major Idiocy
  January 26, 2009
Absolutely perfect. It's great. Awesome job. Oh, and, also, do you mind if I can use the handle design for an up coming creation Im making? I'll give loads of credit.
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  January 26, 2009
Quoting Major Idiocy do you mind if I can use the handle design for an up coming creation Im making? I'll give loads of credit.
Sure, you may use the design. I'd very much like the credit, thanks.
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  January 4, 2009
Quoting Samuel Lafleur A 99% perfect replica. the only thing I can distinguish from the real model is the front flip up post. The front post is actually located on the barrel near the handguard's end. You could just switch the post front the handguard to the barrel, a work of 30 seconds ;). And I love how you made the model : from the internals to the externals. It's truly a work of genius. Keep it going !
Here is the extra 1%. The non-flip up sight post is available for the HK416 D14.5RS as seen in the photo here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jasir/2387842166/ . The barrel has a spot for the flip sight and I used to have it (v7) but got rid of it because it would always fall down, but only after I saw the above photo. Thanks for the 99%!
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  January 4, 2009
A 99% perfect replica. the only thing I can distinguish from the real model is the front flip up post. The front post is actually located on the barrel near the handguard's end. You could just switch the post front the handguard to the barrel, a work of 30 seconds ;). And I love how you made the model : from the internals to the externals. It's truly a work of genius. Keep it going !
 I made it 
  November 30, 2008
That's a great idea! How come I didn't think of that? Kudos and thanks!
 I like it 
  November 30, 2008
then changing the color of the bolt (if posible) and showing a video of the bolt coming forward would prove the point, like the same angle as Jam #2
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  November 30, 2008
when the bolt is pulled back and the catch engaged, the cocking lever doesnt stay back, just the bolt
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  November 30, 2008
Yes I know, but I need to show the charging handle pulled back, otherwise I can't really show that my bolt catch mechanism works.
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  November 30, 2008
you wold have to paint them (i wouldnt)or use light grey
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  November 30, 2008
sorry bolt is silver
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  November 12, 2008
note dust cover is rounded(dont bother with legos)inside of dustcover is silver
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  November 11, 2008
xcal 13: Version 10, which is not up yet, has a functional push-button magazine release. I might add a red-dot sight or a scope. Thanks for the suggestions.
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  November 11, 2008
ad a magasine relese lever and scope if possible maby even red dot sight
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  October 22, 2008
Omg you are on, look at my Barrett :P I spent 5 months on it so you could see it.
 I made it 
  October 22, 2008
Way 2 Fast: Way too long.
 I like it 
  October 21, 2008
Your absence of late has convinced me that either you met an untimely death at the festering hands of zombies, or you fell of the flat edges of the earth, either way you really need to get back on, I'd love to see your version 10 and for you to review my Barrett.
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  October 8, 2008
How long did it take you to design this?!
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  October 4, 2008
I'd like for you to check out my new Barrett.
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  September 19, 2008
Hey lawrence, ill be taking pictures of my barrett soon, i like the way it turned out and already have plans for a new rifle that uses the same magazine, ill post it up asap and id be glad to see your new hk416 whenever you get around to it with school and all.
 I like it 
  September 16, 2008
Awesome gun. But are we going to be seeing any more instructions for any model of the HK416?
 I like it 
  August 31, 2008
wow amazing replica i love how you put so much detail
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  August 25, 2008
simply awsome, but somthing cool you could do is make a functional stock adjustment lever. i bet it would pretty challenging but i think you could do it
 I made it 
  August 7, 2008
Hey, tres, do you have a MOCpages hompage yet, and can I see it?
 I made it 
  August 7, 2008
Alexander, I really want to make that charging handle catch lever. When I pull the charging handle, the bolt assembly locks in place. I want to then push the charging handle to its normal position, but it slides back when I tilt the gun upwards. The catch will hold the charging handle in place, but I've no clue how to incorporate it into my design. HELP!
 I made it 
  August 2, 2008
Alexander, magazine release completed and the selector switch I made is too fragile right now, so I put it aside because I'm still working on the rest of the gun. The mag release works like a charm, but the positioning is in the wrong place. It is right in front of the bolt catch rather than directly under it. I'm looking into moving it to it's rightful place...
 I made it 
  August 2, 2008
Rick, so far the barrel is not attached to the upper assembly, but slides in the front of the hand guard and connects by two studs at the front of that hand guard and the matching point on the barrel.
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  July 29, 2008
MOCpages seems to not be posting some of the comments that I'm leaving. Anyway, a guy, XM8 is in progress, stock and pistol grip done. Donald Farrell, I think I'm just going to do final version instructions, sorry.
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  July 28, 2008
(EDIT) I typed studs, but I ment that it should be about 3 Plates thick, Not 3 studs thick. Hmmm, You may have to go for looks over functionality, Though I would think that the Charging handle should be about 3 Plates thick. You might be able to figure something out if it was thicker. As for me, I have not a clue how you would do it, But you have come along way, I'm sure you can figure SOMEHTING out. :)
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  July 28, 2008
Alexander, THAT will be tough to make. I have a photo of it, and I don't know how to make one that works, with my charging handle being only two plates high. Any ideas?
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  July 27, 2008
i think your hk416 is great but you didnt finish the instructions yet! is it ok if when your done updating your gun you can make final version instructions or at least finish your v3 one pllease!!!thankyou
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  July 27, 2008
Ah, I got something, the Charging handle catch, if you can't find a picture of it, I can get one for you.
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  July 26, 2008
Now videos? Even better.
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  July 26, 2008
You've done it again Fetter! The bolt catch just blows my mind, Looks as close as you can get with LEGO's to the real thing! Only thing is, do you push the top or the bottom to lock the Bolt back? (EDIT: I changed "Plus" to Push" gotta love Typos :)
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  July 26, 2008
Yup, That's how it works, just making sure you knew!
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  July 26, 2008
Alexander, from looking at some photos of the bolt catch alone and the catch in the gun, especially on the HKpro site, I deduced that to lock the bolt in place, I would need do push the bottom, so the top part of the lever sticks outward. Then I push the top to release the bolt.
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  July 26, 2008
Trevor, I see how you feel, but I feel compelled to continue with this model for more than one reason. First it's my utmost favorite assault rifle. Second, this is the first time I have striven to create a completely realistic firearm in LEGO bricks, including the internal and external systems that work and realistic field stripping capabilities while keeping everything about it as close as possible to the real thing. I will try to make as many changes to this before I post it as the next version. Thank you for your compliment and concern, but I must continue.
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  July 26, 2008
This just getts better and better! I can't wait for the grenaage launch! Thanks for reviewing my Glock. My Uzi is already in your database and you can ad the clock if you like, I didn't ask since its a modified version and your database says no customs. As always, great work. Peace - Patrick
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  July 26, 2008
very nice work, it really looks like real gun, excelent... Please check my creations..
 
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