The final section of the instructions! Again, if something isn't very clear in the instructions, or if there's something you don't understand, let me know!
About this creation
Update: April 3rd, 2009. Hey, Apollo! Here's a list of the pieces that are harder to find. The rest are just basic bricks that pretty much everybody has. If you see a capital "E" next to the photo, that means I got the piece in the photo from Ebay. If you see the letters "PAB" next to the photo, that means I found it at "Pick a Brick" at Lego.com, which I've already posted a link to. I hope this helps, and if you have any questions about any of the other pieces, feel free to ask.
You will need:
22 of these..
4 of these..
2 of these..
14 of these arch thingies..
12 of these..
Wow, I'm not sure how many studless plates you'll need. Just get an insane amount of the 1x2, 2x2, 1x4, 1x6, and 1x8 plates, and you'll be okay.
24 of these..
6 of these..
4 of these..
And 4 of these. That's about it for those "hard to get" pieces. And remeber, if you don't know where to find a certain piece, just ask.
Okay, let's get started with the foregrip first.
The completed foregrip!
You're probably smart enough to know where it goes...
Okay, now it's time to get started on the stock.
Section complete. AAAAAAAGGGGGHHHH!! This section is a nightmare of stacking plates! You might want to use bricks instead of plates to make it look a little cleaner.
This part is simple. It doesn't really matter how you build these two pieces, as long as they look like this when they're finished. Just put them on top of each other to make one big one, and set them aside for a minute...
Section complete!.... Well, almost.
Remeber that rail on the back of the frame? Take a gooooooood loooooooong look.
Now take a look at this grooved 1x4. You'll need 24 of these for the next section of the stock. DON'T PANIC! You can find these at Ebay.com. Remember that, because you'll need these so the stock can fit around those ridges on the rail. It's actually pretty simple.
Aaawww, crud. You're gonna have to bend it a little to get it onto the rail. I could've done a better job designing this thing. Excuse me while I bang my head on the wall...
Here's the part where the stock starts to look like... well... a stock!
Section complete! I know it looks a little fragile, but trust me, it's pretty solid once you put it on the gun.
The completed stock!!! You can extend it now, if you like.
Note the 2x2 bricks with the pegs on the sides.
The completed magazine!
THE COMPLETED SMG!!!! Now it's time to finish the fight. Remember, if you post it please give me credit, or I'm gonna find out where you live and come after you! (evil laughter) If you're having trouble finding the pieces you need, just modify the gun in any way you want, or let me know if I can help. Also, don't go waving the gun around in public unless you enjoy getting gunned down by the cops. (ouch) Be careful, have fun, may the force be with you, live long and prosper, etc.
Quoting Apollo Cullen
Awsome Creation And I really want to build it but i need parts you got any ideas or could you post a parts list. You should totally make more creations like the magnum or the rocket launcher
Yeah, I see how a list of parts could help. I'll make a list of the parts that are harder to find, most of which are available at Lego.com. Just click on the link in the comment below yours. Thanks for asking! Oh, I'm also thinking about making a magnum, but I'm just not sure yet. I'll keep it in mind.
Here it is! I hope this helped, and let know if there's anything else I can do. This is where I found the black pieces I needed to round off the top of the gun, along with some of the studless plates I used.
unfortunately i have learned the hard way on that last part with waving things like that in public. and THANK GOD for people like you that are amazing at legos. you people add variety to mocpages and it would be boring without you people