I found out who made these instructions. They were made by Jacob Norad. I found them on his brick shelf.
I A NOT RESPONISBLE FOR THE ACCIDENTS THAT MAY HAPPEN WITH THIS GUN. SO BE SMART AND I RECOMEND WEARING EYE PROTECTION WHEN USING AND MAKING.
About this creation
There are many ways of changing the trigger pieces if you don't have the thin ones.
Yay! congratulations your done! I hope you understand how the slide works.
This is the mazagine. I'm pretty sure you can figure out how to stick it in.
To:Rtas 'Vadum (from Sanghelios) November 7, 2008
Two things: 1. I recomend making this because I have and it's AWESOME. 2.I didn't make these instructions. I found them on someguys brickshelf when I was looking for something and so I posted them here.
To:Kyle Locke (from Canada, Ontario) November 8, 2008
From my experience I recomend you use a mega block, or a damaged lego peice. Due to the fact that the force of the ram might be strong enough to cut or dent your lego peice.
To:kyle Locke (from Canada, Ontario) November 8, 2008
Ok I have 2 things in mind because I do not understand what you mean when the "peice" doesn't move. My first idea is that your having trouble with the ram(the part that pushes the bullet out). My suggestion would be when your on step 25 replace the 4x2 brick with a 3x2 and take off the 6x2 plate and replace it with a 2x3 plate. When you have that covered pull the trigger and it should fire but you must hold the trigger to see how long it takes. If it takes longer then 2 second tighten the rubberband. If you didn't mean this then the other thing I had in mind was that the bullet get's stuck in the barrel. If it does this then simply replace your amunition with a 1x2 brick. I hope this helped.
Once again to:Kyle Locke (from Canada, Ontario) November 8, 2008
Well what do you think? Of course it it goes in front of the grey half bushings. Your not going to pull back just the slide are you? Those hooks on the slide pull the ram back by hooking on to those two half bushings.
To:Low Rida (from Cybertron) November 10, 2008
No it's single shot. But it's possible to MAKE it shoot semiauto if you spend sometime with it. Please also take note that I didn't make these instructions. I don't want to be called a theif.
To:brandon deeb November 29, 2008
Tell me what you messed up on and I'll try to guide you through it.
@Kyle Flannery, no the slide isn't supposed to lock as you pull the trigger, it is supposed to snap back. If you want it to lock, there should be a slide lock in which you slide the slide, you slide the lock and voila! The slide is locked! :D
-I didn't build it yet due to a school project using lego D: and am not sure about that slide lock thing
I have on more question. I have it all done but, when I go to shoot it (pulled the slide back) I pull the trigger the peice doesn't move. I have it correct in steps 6-9. Do you have an idea what is wrong?