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Lego double barrel paper wasp gun . Double barrel paper wasp gun. Single trigger. 2 fire modes: semi-auto and two at the same time. . This gun is the direct successor to my Lego paper wasp gun. It shoots paper wasp, a.k.a hornet(thank to Royal Elite Sith Assassin for the information), buzzer, pellet, paper V, paper U, paper dart,etc. The wasps can be launched in 2 modes: semi-auto, that is one after each trigger pull or "twin shot"- all two with just one pull of the trigger. The fire mode is determined by how hard the trigger is pulled. This is the right side of the gun. Basically it is my old Lego paper wasp gun This is the left side. The right side and the left side share one part of their body, so the gun is only 7 studs wide. The gun viewed from behind. As you can see, there is no sight, but I designed the gun to be fired as relatively close range, so it doesn't really matter. And I think classmates are rather big targets anyway :D This is the key to the gun's successful operation. One slight pull of the trigger is not enough to raise the ratchet on this side, but already enough to raise the ratchet on the other side (see my Lego paper wasp gun for more information on the right side ratchet) When you pull the trigger really hard, both ratchets will be raised and both wasps will fire at once. Just a picture to clearly show the trigger. This is the (optional) ammo holder. I know is ugly, but it's effective, and "Priority to performance" is my Lego motto. The main pic again. The shape of the grip makes holding the gun quite easy and pleasant. You can see the ammo holders too. Here is the video, kept "raw" for truth's sake. So, feel free to comment. And PLEASE, if you decide to rate low, PLEASE COMMENT so I can know my mistakes.


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