Its been a long time since I touched my, legos, and longer since I uploaded anything to mocpages, so i built this! I spent one night on it, which explains a lack of quality. Basicly its like my m38, with an better firing mech, which gave this gun a smooth bottom like most pre ww1 guns. Originally it wwas an m1 garand, but thats on of my countrys most symbolic rifles, and I dont want this insult it, so I just grabed a new name. Here it is!
Bolt open. Bad part, theres no bolt handle so I wont stay open if youre not holding it.
Round loaded in. As you can see it has to be loaded in side ways, so its really anoyying.
and close it. On a plus side, its realistly unreliable!
Pull the trigger.
Trigger pull, nice and small, and a nice guard too!(my best ever!)
The best part. The stock and grip. Its my best ever, and very comfortable.
Taking alook down the sights
Bolt closed(dry fire)
Loading a round in, you can see the annoying angle better
Ready to fire!
Trigger buled. My best tiger mechinism. Its extremely compact.
FPS, lefty shoulder
FPS lefty hip
Leaning against a door. Pretty nice, eh?
One last look
Ok. At Scorch 100s request, i haveadded a basic tutorial to the trigger mech. The one in this gun, is a little bit complex, and nothing short of instructions would get the point across. Instead of more pictures of the ruger's trigger mech, i added a tutorial to it. A wise man once said, "give a an a fish and hes fed for a day. Teach a man to fish and hes fed for life." I know that sounds a bit stupid, but here goes!
Here it is. The L beam. Thsi one part is responsible for most of Jack Streats brick shooters. Without it he might be a random guy with rbgs.
See here, no matter how hard a brick is pushed up against that l beam it can never get through. So how does it shoot?
Push that 5 holed beam foward.
Then the brick is pushed out by the rb. Problem... You pull a trigger towards you, and that beam as to go away from you.
Heres my latest contraption. If oyu can build this, you should understand the JS trigger mech.
See how pulling the trigger beam back cause the L beam to rotate? The L beam rotates around a center pin, causing one end to go toward you and one away.
See how that whit beam in the middle moves? thats the beam thats in the frame of JS guns.
Thanks for looking. at that part hope it helps you.
Quoting kevin driver
hey thanks for posting on my page a while back but i had right clicked on a picture and all the pictures on this website disapered or is all of mocpages down
No problem, and about the pictures, since the crash I havent been able to see everyones pics. its really just luck. I do know for sure you cant see some of the gun as well as the micro uzi, because of a code issue. Sorry!