I have not posted in a while, because I have been:
a) busy with shcool
Finally, this beast of a gun is finished. I've been building a lot of non-shooting models lately, so I thought I might give the functionality sector a shot (ha, get it?).
So, after two rebuilds, I came up with this multicolored beauty. But hold on. Don't think to yourself "Psh... it's just another Jack Streat copy cat... How good can this be?" Well, I took pains to make the mechanism nothing like Mr. Streat's. Because what fun is rebuilding something someone else has figured out?
But before I get into how this bad boy works, let's go over the specs:
- removable 18 + 1 shot magazine
- super compact mechanism
- small overall profile
- 4 power settings (low, medium, high, death imminent)
- Comfy handle
- ambidextrous (both right and left handed people can use it)
- removable rails/sight
- sturdy, reliable, and smooth
If you notice, the entire magazine is angled 45 degrees. The mechanism that inserts the round into the chamber does not function linearly. It rotates, so angling the magazine reduces friction and makes chambering much smoother. I may make a video....
Comfy handle and groovy trigger...
The 18 round magazine. It doesn't fire bricks... rather 2 plates stacked on top of each other. That means I can have a thinner barrel.
Rear sights. My own design, they resemble most rifle sights. Please give me credit if you use it!
The weapon without the carry handle/rails. It is removed simply by two pins.
The four levels of power. The last level usually breaks the rubber band on the 3rd shot...