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m16a2
Not just an m16. No, this an m16a2! This page is not done, it is an under constructiopn zone. but feel free to look at whats done so far!
About this creation
Heres my next gun: the m16a2! This gun only took an hour or two to make because it was my m4a1 until I modified it. So here we go!

Instructions here

The history of the m16(feel free to skip):

After the huge success of the russian ak-47, Armalite made their own assault rifle, the AR-15. (I dont know if its their first, but its the important one!). Then Armalite had some financal issues, and need money. Colt had money and wanted an assault rifle design, so they offered to by their AR-15 design. Now colt own the AR-15. Or now is it the Colt-15? Then with the same design, they make the m16. This gun the is adopted intothe US military, and then deployed in the Vietnam War.

Now on to the gun!

The mag and ammo.



















Loaded.



















The receiver. As in the m4a1, the grip, guard, release, bolt handle, foward assist, and trigger are visable.


















Mag inserted.



















Bolt handle.



















Bolt open.



















Closed again and ready to fire.



















FPS, right side.



















Left side.



















Iron sights. ( look athe m4a1, for details on the foresight.)

















The stock.



















The front of the gun.



















The long foregrip, with rails.



















If you look closely at this and the front of my m4a1, you can see where I just added a fore grip extention. I think it turned out nice.

















fore sight.



















Basic Iron sights m16a2



















m16a2 with eotech sight.



















Looking down the sights, fortunatly I didnt have to go through the work of lining up the eotach and the iron sights!

















With the carrying handle.



















Feild strip.



















Mechinism



















Bolt back.



















Mag inserted, sorry for the bad quality, I didnt really care about this because Its already in the m4a1's page, go there If you care about good quality mech pics.

















Bolt back.



















After cocking and ready to fire.



















The chambered round.



















Trigger pulled.



















The chamber.



















round going up the ramp.



















Ready to fire.



















And the trigger pulled.



















The front of the fore grip. (the part not in the m4)















One last look at the gun!










Thanks for looking! Please comment!




Comments

 I like it 
  September 28, 2012
im using the instructions to make a sr25 thiss weekend i <3 it
 I like it 
  December 18, 2011
Nicely done, I bet some more organized colors would make it look a lot tougher, some (dark) gray, black and/or silver
 I like it 
  November 25, 2011
you know i just like the open bolt a little more while reloading, cuz it reloads easyer ( to pull backwards, not because it uses more rb). closed bolt is much more powerfull and way better. but i still think that the open bolt is more stronger in reloading stuff (cocking handle)
captin pasquale
Andrew AKA Hump-Free
  November 19, 2011
They'll all fit, Large Format was designed to make the largest picture possible without jamming the page, so don't worry.
 I like it 
  November 19, 2011
amazing!!!
captin pasquale
 I like it 
Andrew AKA Hump-Free
  November 18, 2011
Hey Man, Thanks For Joining The Group. I'm only posting a review on this MOC's page for both of your requests, though I did leave a rating on the other MOC Page. Due to the fact both of your MOCs are similar in nature, what I have to say is generally the same for both and I didn't want to repeat myself. Also, no remarks on the part limitations will be made. Okay, both MOCs are very well made, producing a realistic replica of their respected weapon. I really have no issue with how either of them are made, and seeing that I have little experience with LEGO Gun Firing Mechanics, nor do I have all the complete grasp of the details of your firing mechanics, I do not feel comfortable giving remarks on said subject. However, I will say that making a LEGO Gun that actually fires, is an accomplishment in its own right and it would appear that you made the mechanisms quite well, seeing that they function. Other than that, I see no issue with each MOC. I do however have an issue with the pages themselves, I feel that you could provide larger images for you viewers, seeing that you have a fair amount of photos, people may be turned off by clicking on each of them. It would be a shame if people decided to not leave a comment or rate due to such a occurrence. I suggest using the Large format when uploading MOCs in the future. Anywho, overall, very nicely made MOCs, great job making them.
 I made it 
  November 18, 2011
Quoting Andrew AKA Hump-Free Hey Man, Thanks For Joining The Group. I'm only posting a review on this MOC's page for both of your requests, though I did leave a rating on the other MOC Page. Due to the fact both of your MOCs are similar in nature, what I have to say is generally the same for both and I didn't want to repeat myself. Also, no remarks on the part limitations will be made. Okay, both MOCs are very well made, producing a realistic replica of their respected weapon. I really have no issue with how either of them are made, and seeing that I have little experience with LEGO Gun Firing Mechanics, nor do I have all the complete grasp of the details of your firing mechanics, I do not feel comfortable giving remarks on said subject. However, I will say that making a LEGO Gun that actually fires, is an accomplishment in its own right and it would appear that you made the mechanisms quite well, seeing that they function. Other than that, I see no issue with each MOC. I do however have an issue with the pages themselves, I feel that you could provide larger images for you viewers, seeing that you have a fair amount of photos, people may be turned off by clicking on each of them. It would be a shame if people decided to not leave a comment or rate due to such a occurrence. I suggest using the Large format when uploading MOCs in the future. Anywho, overall, very nicely made MOCs, great job making them.
Thanks for the tip! I made them small because i have so many, and I wanted them all to fit on a decent sized page. I might try large pics in the future. Thanks!
 I like it 
  November 17, 2011
Awesome gun!!!
 I like it 
  November 9, 2011
very nice gun :D
 I like it 
  November 7, 2011
very very very nice!!!! you should make an ACOG on it, it is fantastic! this is a very good mechanisme :)
captin pasquale
 I like it 
Paperweight .
  November 6, 2011
A great job as always!
captin pasquale
 I like it 
Paperweight .
  November 6, 2011
A great job as always!
 
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