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Browning M1919A4 (Fully Automatic RBG)
Here's my first machine gun! And not only is it a 1:1 scale replica, but it also fires rubber bands fully automatically! It can hold up to about 15 rubber bands which are loaded by opening the top of the gun. It uses a power fucntions battery pack and motor to power it. I had a lot of fun designing this one, so I hope you like it!
About this creation









The top hinged open for loading, just like on the real weapon

Loading gear

Rubber bands loaded

Here's a little stand I made

And finally, The M1919A4 with my M1911A1

Thanks for viewing!



Comments

 I like it 
  September 29, 2014
I'm going to make a m2 soon using a full auto blow back mech now! thanks for the inspiration!
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  May 17, 2013
Cool, i woud love to See it!
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  May 16, 2013
By the way, I'm working on a full auto rubber band pistol right now. It uses no motor, just gears to slow down the rate of fire. Hopefully I'll have it up soon!
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  May 16, 2013
Clever idea, but the plates sticking out of the sides might look a little odd. Although plates are pretty low profile, so it wouldn't be too bad. Great thinking!
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  May 15, 2013
nice you used springs, i never thought of that. and, i have an awesome solution for if you want to make a gun from 4 studs wide. you can place the battery in the gun, and cover the sides with plates, you can do the same with your batterybox too. and for connecting it to the model you can use 1x4 bricks with 3 holes. what do you think about that?
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  April 14, 2013
saddle up! were takin this beach! totaly awsome
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  March 26, 2013
Quoting B o b i know this one works well, but not in smaller guns, such as a mp5, uzi, p90 or something like that. did you used a rubber band to let the trigger return to his place?
I agree, because it would be more compact. (But part of the gun would have to be 6 studs wide to contain the battery box. And as for the trigger, I used two technic spring pieces, if you know what I'm talking about.
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  March 26, 2013
i know this one works well, but not in smaller guns, such as a mp5, uzi, p90 or something like that. did you used a rubber band to let the trigger return to his place?
 I made it 
  March 25, 2013
Quoting Bob Schwippert i think the 8878 battery box will help you very much. and maybe a pf switch for the trigger?
Actually the battery box I used works very well. The trigger is directly connected to the battery box switch, so it is a relatively compact mechanism.
 I like it 
  March 25, 2013
i think the 8878 battery box will help you very much. and maybe a pf switch for the trigger?
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  March 24, 2013
Quoting Bob Schwippert nice, what kind of battery box did you used?
I used set number 8881 (battery box) and 8883 motor. Thanks!
 I like it 
  March 24, 2013
nice, what kind of battery box did you used?
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  March 23, 2013
Quoting Oscar Floyd this is really cool! how bout a fully Auto MG-42?
Haha, maybe I'll make a MG-42 one day. Thanks for the comment!
  March 23, 2013
this is really cool! how bout a fully Auto MG-42?
  February 25, 2013
Yep(coolest pistol ever!)
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  February 22, 2013
Quoting raven 4 My 2 favorite WW2 weapons!!!
The M1911 is definitely my favourite WW2 weapon!
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  February 22, 2013
My 2 favorite WW2 weapons!!!
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  February 21, 2013
Quoting Cole Edmonson Nice shaping! I have often pondered how to best recreate the M1919A4's barrel shroud and simulate the wrap-around air holes while making it strong enough to resist drooping, but I still haven't come up with a decent solution. The Power Functions motor looks like a fun feature; is the battery box stored inside the weapon? Great job, and keep building! ~Cole
Yeah, I'm not proud of the barrel since it has no holes, but it is quite sturdy. And yes, the battery box is inside the gun. I chose the M1919 because of its very square receiver, making it ideal to fit the battery box into. Thanks!
  February 21, 2013
Nice shaping! I have often pondered how to best recreate the M1919A4's barrel shroud and simulate the wrap-around air holes while making it strong enough to resist drooping, but I still haven't come up with a decent solution. The Power Functions motor looks like a fun feature; is the battery box stored inside the weapon? Great job, and keep building! ~Cole
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  February 20, 2013
cool! it looks very dangerous
Chris K
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  February 18, 2013
Man, that is awesome:)
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  February 18, 2013
Quoting Takanuva 77 Man, that is awesome:)
Thank you!
 
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