Well, I've done it! The Standard model of the CornerShot, fitted with a glock pistol. This has been one of my most challenging weapons ever, because of the difficult feature that involves a third of the gun to rotate 180 degrees. I went over a few different designs and features, and after six weeks, and over 20 hours, I've come up with a final design I love! This is probably my favorite weapon I've ever built. I think I've done a good job at combining functionality with detail. The most difficult part of the swiveling section was the brake mechanism. If I was to make it turn, I didn't want it to just fall to one side every time I tilted it in the slightest direction. So here's how it works. A long technic rod was used as the axle, and a few technic bricks were used to attach both sections of the gun together. To create more friction so it wouldn't tilt so easily, I used rubber tires, and a ribbed hose flattened tightly. It still tilts, but not nearly as easily as it did previous to the additions. Some of the other working features besides the 180 degree turn include a working safety, collapsible stock, iron sights, removable pistol, folding screen for front camera, removable magazine, working trigger (on the pistol, not the rifle) and a few adjustable knobs on the front light. Some more facts about the gun, It's length is 34 inches long, and it weighs almost four pounds.