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Pump action, reloadable shotgun which ejects shells.
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This is my pump action shotgun. I know it looks a little basic, but its what it does which makes it cool (no, sadly, it doesn't shoot). It is reloadable and can hold two shells at a time. When it is pumped, a shell gets ejected out. Then, when it is returned to the starting position, a new shell falls into the chamber. The only thing I'm not very happy with is the handle, but if I made it any different, the gun would have broke when it was pumped. Otherwise, its all good. Enjoy.





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   The shells are ejected from here (they hit the slanted piece and are sent flying out).



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   It is reloaded through here. In this picture, it is already completely loaded.




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   Shells (It would be better if they were red and yellow, like real shells, but I don't have enough pieces).



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   Me modelling the shotgun.




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   Reloading, halo-style.



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   Here's a cool pic, a shell being ejected from the side of the gun. It actually goes pretty far.




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   Look at it go!



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   When the pumps in resting position, this diamond shaped opening keeps the shells in.



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   When the pump is brought back, the grey piece (seen in the picture) pushes it out.



Comments

  April 3, 2013
can you send me the instruction please
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  May 4, 2012
Really cool gun! Just like me: Loves guns, likes Halo :)
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  September 1, 2010
plz give me instructions to vhudjek@gmail.com
  April 11, 2009
that shotgun is oswom
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  February 15, 2009
wow, if you have instructions for that thing could you please send me a copy
  January 18, 2009
give me instructions plz
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  October 13, 2008
Really awesome. Can you send me instructions? Esspecially for the reloading mechanism, and the pump? E-mail instructions to jim@marisadesign.com
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  August 11, 2008
Could I get the instructins for that?
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  July 29, 2008
If u got any instructions, can i plz have a copy?
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  March 29, 2008
WOW THAT GUN IS WONDERFUL PLZ SEND ME HOW 2 BUILD IT
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  January 23, 2008
thats great! its good shape and colors, and the ejecting mechanism is exellent! theres only one bad thing with it: it hasnt got a trigger! next time try and make it shoot! im looking forward to it.
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  July 30, 2006
it's awesom *faints* if you go check out my battle rifle v 2.0 it ejects a "shell" i was inspired by you!
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  April 2, 2006
Thats pretty freakn sweet dude i cant even make a hand gun outta legos!!! You need to check out my new modle the DTC.
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  March 18, 2006
sweet. can i have instructions to the workings?
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  February 17, 2006
i just have to say that the handle looks odd... But i love how you made the shell automatically eject after being "spent", everything else is sweet!!!!
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  January 7, 2006
--EDITED--: Very, very nice. I love the way you made the shotgun shell exit the chamber. I like the chamber itself, the shells, the pump, and the methodology. I'm planning to make my own pump-action shotgun. Could I use your idea(s)? With all due credit, of course. Overall: 4 out of 5
 
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