this is my first gun i´m uploading here. It´s a glock 18, i think but i have some problems. Maybe someone who is more like an proffesional gun builder can spot them. Plz help me. I can awnser questions.
thanks allot Alex
nice gun i think, what was the range?
for your next guns, i prefer to start easy, use a mechanism from jack streat, p.k. or other good builders, after that you understand lego guns better and you can find your own problems.
Thank you TG for your comment. I have looked at Jack Streats HK 416 and it never fitted me. So i broke it down and started working on the machinegun i talked about but i not liking this one eather i wanted to build a m249 saw brickshooter but the end product was something coustom made, so if you know someone or somehow i can get instructions for an brickshooting m249 saw i would be happy. Thanks
1. forget rubber bands, they are useless
2. start including technic parts in your designs, at first it can be rather hard to properly mix technic internals and standard brick externals, but after some practice you will get into the swing of things!
3. Jack Streat. have you had a look at his HK416 instructions, they give an enciteful look into probably the most effective lego gun mechanism ever decieved!, although this will half require the old version of lego LDD, not the newest (its an old creation) and not to mention the time, effort and speciality parts!, moving on, very good start for a first gun! - TG
the first problem is that i dont have the gun any more
the second problem is when i uploaded this gun i was completly new att this
the third problem is when i explored mocpage i couldent find any good brickshooter. but now im going to upload a new gun a semiautomatic machine gun. and i hope you will like this
I like it
June 10, 2012
Aside from the multi-coloured body (Something I'm really OC about),This is a decent start. I'll cut you some slack about the mech though. I know I've seen the mech in a few other places,but I can understand that comming up with an original design is a bit frustrating.But,again,decent job. I would work on getting it to slide,too.Here's some Professional advice:You should always look around at some more working lego pistols/handguns whenever you get the chance. This way,you can explore different types of mechs and working features.Although,I'm acting abit like a hypocrite...I myself only build fictional hand guns (all of which are completely blacked-out) and I haven't really payed too much attention to others' working guns....manly because I haven't the pecies.... any way. one last thing,if you use a mech you know isn't yours,just say it isn't and people won't think you're stealing it. :)
Looks great! I agree about the mech. Theres nothing wrong with your gun. You shouldve seen my first gun! Just keep getting more parts and ideas and you'll get better. And always experiment with new ideas. But with the pics, either make them bigger or write a caption about whats going on. Looks great, and keep it up!
There's nothing wrong with the mechanism, but you should give credit! I've seen this mechanism before, and it's not yours!
Also, have a good background. Holding pieces in your hand won't give a clear view at it. And make the pictures on your desk/bed, but at least something with one colour (and I prefer white).
Further, this is a good creation, but it's a pitty that it's multicolourd, but that's something extra.