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Lee enfeild rifle (one shot) directions
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Done! Full instruction(no scope, yet) for my rifle.
About this creation

Here are the directions to my rifle. These directions are for bith you and me, as I like to rebuild me guns, and this will make it a lot easier, plus you guys can build it too! It has the same frame, with almost the same barrel as Jack Streats.

Here is a picture of all the parts you need in the assembly phase, below are the instructions for each part.

The Firs Wall. This does not have to be peice fo peice.

Heres what It will look like

First piece, 9 holes

Next layer very self explanitory just build what you see

More stuff

That space in the wall is for the trigger mech, very important.

Next layer

Another layer

These two pins help hold the barrel in.

Next layer

Dont waste holed bricks here if you lack them

A flat layer

The top layer, the opening is for the bolt.

Small components to add to the wall.

Place this in the wall.

Add this in

Lastley add the bolt support in, the gun will be useless without this!

The other wall

Heres what it look like.

The first part, its mostly like the first wall, with slight mods.

The flat part does nothing, its in streat's gun, so thats why its there.

Next layer

Next layer

Cover the hole for the trigger mech

Next layer, remeber the little bit that hangs oof the edge at the back!

Next layer.

Non holed layer.

flat layer

Top layer

Small components

Add the pins, the first pic was cause the blended in a bit on my camerea

Add this bit in

add this in, to finish the wall off.

Here what it looks like.

Only use the text if the pics dont work for you. two 4s with holes and pins

11 holes with some pins

a 9 holes with some pins

Put it on the studed bricks

Add these on.

5 holes as you can see

The axels are 3m long

Add this stuff together

add this on. It will be removed later.

Put it here

Add this here

Add these (the first things)

This is for support

Cover with bricks, not the end where the stock attatches

Add this layer on, with holes at the end

Add this, thepins by the edges attatch it to the walls

Attatch it like so

Another layer

the raised middle section

Starting the stock

These pins are three long

Add this

Add these

add the 5 holer

Add these holed bricks

Build this

Place it here

Add this part

Put it with the rest

connest it to the rest

Add this strap attatchment with another knot

Start building up

The second attatchment beam

Add the holed bricks

Add it in

Add the next layer

Another layer, minus a row

The middle row

This is for effect

Remove these pins

Slide it here

Put the pins here, raise the bricks at the end a tad if it doent fit perfectly

Here is a more suitable looking stock.. It just has a few more levels added on top and little bit on the bottom. Its from the third edition rifle thats black and grey and looks awesome, i just forget to take pics and ad it to moc pages. I have some video clips that might get added though.

The barel

Here it is

Starting the mag release

Add the "ramp",(it wont be used, but it is in jack streats one).

Working on stuff

Trigger thingy

Part of tyhe base

add it in

The rest of the base

add it in

add the 7 holed beam in

Starting in the walls

The middle

The end

Here it is, make another

Here is the stopper

finish it off

add it in

add the stopper wall in

add the other one in

Starting the top

The sight

put it in

Add the new parts in

Put it in as well as the part you saw on the side of the barel,the keep it ogether, when you drop th biPod

The roof

The roof

The first section

The middle section

The end, the L beams at the end,hold it into the barrel

Put it all together

Build this here

A beam with pins

Add more beams

Make a duplicate with these pins sticking out

Add the rubber band and the trigger

Put it all together

lokks like this

Interior little things

Heres what we wre building

These should be easy enough

Build these two things

Put them together

Start the last part

Add this

Add the mag bolt hole, which does nothing :)

Add the other side

Build the thing here

and place it on top

The Bolt

Here it is

Build the front

The middle

Put it here

Put the parts from the sides in

Make the bolt handdel, I didnt want to take it appart any further, but its pretty simple, and you can make what ever you like as long as it fits into the bolt hol in the wall good

bottom veiw

Build this in here

Add the handle in

Add these to the end of the other part

Add the handle thing in

Add the normal sight

This is the hammer

Put around like this

Hook it here

Do the same to the other side

Now go to my Lee enfeild biPod instuctions and build it.

The scope and mag are coming later.

Now you have all the parts, check the picture above to see if anything is unaccounted for. Now the assembly begins.

Take the first wall (the one with the hole in the top.

Insert the handel

This is how it goes in

Place the trigger mech in the little hole

Place the rubber band on this pin

Add that thing in

Put the barrel in, and fix the trigger up

Add those in

Put the roof in these holes

Clip it in here

Place the bolt in the conveinient hole in the barrel

Add this in

Close the frame

Click the strap in

Add the snipper sight thing in, this makes aiming easier

Add the scope in

Add your BiPod

Put the beam through

Take step back and admire your gun.

So, any questions, just comment and get back to you as soon as I can. The scope and mag will come out tomorow.Please tell me what you think


  August 27, 2012
same as below.
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