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FN F2000 (Working) . This is my working replica of the FN F2000 assault rifle! . The F2000 is a gun from Belgium origin, designed and manufactured by FN Herstal. This gun as a working replica of that gun. Unfortunatly, the rubber band that powers the gun breaks very easily, so it's not a really good gun (the mechanism works well, though). I made my own mechanism, but I don't show it here because this gun is very hard to field strip. I do have instructions. The gun without a magazine. The other side of the gun, with a magazine. The same side as the previous picture, without a magazine. The grip and trigger (I tried to make the trigger as realistic as possible, but if there is a lot of pressure by the rubber band(s) it may fail). The trigger pulled. The bolt. The bolt pulled back. The barrel and front part of the iron sight, you can see a bit of the RIS system. The rear part of the iron sight. The stock (the small black beam is the magazine release). Aiming down the iron sight. FPS (First Person Shooter) view. An ACOG scope (NOT included in the instructions). A working reddot sight! With special thanks to Nick Jensen, I only modified it a bit. A last look at this awesome gun! For instructions, rate and give me your email address in a comment.


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