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H&K G11 (prototype)
The G11 was a prototype rifle devoloped for the next generation German military before 1989. Sadly because of high cost and the fall of the Berlin Wall it was cancelled. The G11 uses a rotating bolt/chamber with caseless amunition therefor eliminating two reloading steps in a firing sequence. it also uses a buffer system with the mag.,barrel, action assembly moving back in the gun. it fires 2100 rounds a minute on three burst, 550 rounds a minute on full, and then semiauto. My moc is the full length and is about 1/2 and inch to small heightwise it can fully field strip and the entire inside assembly altough flawed can move back with the trigger pull turning the cocking lever also moves the inside chamber. Problems; the trigger pull is strong and there is no return spring for it all, the bolt assembly moves but lacks detail, and the magazine catch deosn't always hold when the trigger is pulled. Any suggestions to improve the rifle would be helpful. thanks
About this creation

front view top

front view

back view

pistol grip I have to put a working safety on next version

just another shot

down the scope next version will have better crosshairs

trigger assembly off

rear stock off

the rotating chamber i have to put more detail into it any ideas/

turned up again it needs improvment

gun field stripped into main parts

the back of it all it has to many points of contact i was gthinking of putting wheels on it to help it move better will that work? Can someone help and tell me were I could put the return spring for the whole assembly?

the mag. catch (two upside down pieces) from what i can tell it just pulls out on pictures so this is what I came up with it moves up and down and locks it in place okay but not good enough the mag. still deosn't move with the rest of it any ideas?

a view down the inside showing the room I have to work with

the reference drawing I used with the exact dimensions of most of the rifle

Any help to improve this would be nice and extremly helpful, and of course you would get credit for it.


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  July 12, 2011
nice a picture of the bolt.looks really weird
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  April 2, 2011
Really nice gun! if you have time plz check out mine
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  February 25, 2011
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  February 5, 2011
Nice.This is the only gun I use in black ops next to the SPAS-12 and the Commando! I tlooks pretty neat.
 I made it 
  January 5, 2011
Quoting LEGOŽ GUNS 4EVER!!!!! Isn't this gun in Black Ops; Zombies? ~5/5~
Ya it is
cody mayo
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  January 4, 2011
Isn't this gun in Black Ops; Zombies? ~5/5~
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  December 20, 2010
First I've seen, if not the best I've seen. Great creation, very realistic. 5/5
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  December 11, 2010
Do I see MegaBloks! :o For shame! Besides that, I really love what you've been able to do with what little you know about the gun. The problem with prototype guns is that they may look awesome, but they lack design details. 4/5
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  December 10, 2010
VERY NICE! Man, this is the first G11, I've seen. PyBrick didn't make his, right? Anyway, good job! -Jan
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  December 7, 2010
Hey if you have Black Ops, do you think you could do the Low-Power Scope for this? I'd like to see that on something as cool and realistic as this is.
cody mayo
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how 4ever
  November 30, 2010
Hoh awesome !!!!!
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