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P3AT Instructions Part 1: The Frame and Trigger
Since the entire frame is SNOT, the instructions will actually show the frame being built from the top down. Are you confused yet?
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The completed frame!























Yes, you'll need an orthodontic rubber band to finish the trigger.



Now, just slide it down into the frame...



Like this!



Also, you'll have to twist the rubber band into a figure-eight, to keep it from getting stuck between the trigger and the side of the frame.



The completed frame and trigger!



Coming up next: the barrel and slide!


Duh.



Comments

Nate Andrews
 I like it 
LT. Henderson
  July 22, 2010
What does SNOT mean? I have seen all over the place but I don't know what it means! : ]
 I made it 
  July 22, 2010
Quoting LT. Henderson What does SNOT mean? I have seen all over the place but I don't know what it means! : ]
It's a term used for any part of a LEGO model where the pieces used don't face up. It stands for "Studs Not On Top".
Nate Andrews
 I like it 
wolfgang .
  May 13, 2010
yep confused. more!!!!!
 
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