Pictures of inner mechanism and details of a Lego Ingram MAC-10 that shoots rubber bands in semi automatic and fully automatic mode.
About this creation
I promised I'll make instruction for this gun after I got 8 comments. Though presently there are only 6, but I've decided to make it anyway, so I can dismantle it and build another gun.
This is not exactly step-by-step, but hey, work your mind a little bit. I think you guys are more than smart enough to figure this out.
All the gear components you'll need.
The right side, with the trigger slide attached at the bottom.
How you put the gears on the right side.
Other side of pistol grip.
Fake magazine for show.
Left side, looked from outside.
Snap the two sides together.
Front sight component and dummy barrel.
Attach them on.
The stock is pretty bad, but here are some pictures for reference, in case you still want to build it on.
Quoting Rtas 'Vadum
How many studs wide is it? 3, 4, or 5?
Yeah, sorry I didn't make it clear that before you read this creation, please take a look at the gun itself, http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/90891 for complete description. Anyway, it's 5 studs wide, but still really thin.
Quoting exterminator .
thank you!! but another question: the trigger isn't moving so how do you shoot?
No, it moves! The trigger slide part move, and the trigger swing around a pin, but it make the slide move back via a beam which acts as a cam. Why do you think it doesn't? If there's something wrong or unclear in the instruction, please tell!