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This is my first handgun with a working slide, i had no idea how they worked, so i tried and tried until i had perfected my own mechanism. The full build only took a night, only because i had already made myself instructions while i was camping. When i got home from camping i was glad too see that i still had the mess of "Ray Gun Mark 2" all over the floor, leaving me all of my needed pieces. The bottom half of the gun including the handle, is all three studs wide, with a four stud wide slide. this was very irritating to do. Well i hope the work pays off! Tell me what you think, probably making an AK47 of some kind next.
About this creation


Field strip shot, not much to say here.



Here is a shot of the slide lock, very easy to flip down and up, and is still not too flimsy. ...Thats what she said. Hope i dont get in trouble for that one, lets just say it slipped.



Slide back, slide locked in place.



Here is a picture will one of the handle walls removed. you can see the spring loaded trigger and where the magazine goes.



Through the shell eject thingy, you can see minor details of the insanely complicated messy insides.



Just another pretty shot.



Hope you liked it! please remember to comment any thoughts or questions, and make sure to rate it! -Silly



Comments

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  July 6, 2014
Join my group! it's called "Lego Guns Galore!" and it's really cool. Post your finished guns on there, and Comment on other creations!
  November 5, 2013
I already checked the wealther it didnt help too much but ill definitley give your barret a like thanks
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  November 5, 2013
Quoting Scott Johnson Hi it's me Scott from the mp7 could you help me out with a few of my creations please I'm working on giving my fn five seven a working slide and can't figure out how help plz?
yes no problem! i will upload sometime soon if you could give my barrett M82a1 a like! it is almost at fifty and i would really apreciate it, i also uploaded a tutorial for my walther, which also has a working slide! if that does not help let me know and i will upload some tutorials on my slide mechanisms, and any other mechs i use! but you have to like my Barrett M82A1! but i would be glad to help!
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  November 5, 2013
Hi it's me Scott from the mp7 could you help me out with a few of my creations please I'm working on giving my fn five seven a working slide and can't figure out how help plz?
  October 8, 2013
Good color.But the disassembly is kind of weird because on a real 1911,you have to pull back the slide and pull out the slide lock to get the whole slide disassembled...
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  August 22, 2013
wow that looks perfect, well done!
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  August 21, 2013
The slide on my PPK might be over 3 studs wide but I'm not sure. I lined the entire slide with bracket 1x2-2x2 if that helps for any future builds.
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  August 20, 2013
Quoting Tommy S. Could the slide be made into 3 stud width using the technique I used in my PPK
No, the mechanisms are a lot different and more sturdy in here then the little one you had to do on your walther, also the slide on this weapon has a bigger width than the rest of the gun, if it was three, it wouldn't be accurate. Thanks for the comment! I am working on a walther PPK it will be finished sometime around the coming Sunday. -Silly
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  August 20, 2013
Could the slide be made into 3 stud width using the technique I used in my PPK
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  August 6, 2013
the gun looks kinda slick and cool. i like it a lot :) and do you by any chance play world of tanks or planetside2? and could you comment on my hunting rifle and TABR? i would like to hear your opinion on them
 I made it 
  July 14, 2013
Quoting Victor Vorchevski Looks great! I'm glad you were able to make it three studs wide! I had a lot of trouble with that for my 1911. and lol at the twss.
haha thanks!
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  July 12, 2013
Looks great! I'm glad you were able to make it three studs wide! I had a lot of trouble with that for my 1911. and lol at the twss.
  July 12, 2013
5/5 as always great job. Love the spring loaded trigger. Does the hammer work? Or is that just a fixed piece? Be sure to check out my 3 new guns if you could
 I made it 
  July 9, 2013
Quoting Chris K Nice! I like how you made the frame 3 studs wide, with the "wooden" grips actually part of the frame. (I see you used Brickgun's design for the grips ;) ) I also like how you made the spring loaded trigger and the not-too-flimsy slide lock. Great job!
haha i know, read the description! and thanks, it was not easy!
 I like it 
  July 9, 2013
Nice! I like how you made the frame 3 studs wide, with the "wooden" grips actually part of the frame. (I see you used Brickgun's design for the grips ;) ) I also like how you made the spring loaded trigger and the not-too-flimsy slide lock. Great job!
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  July 9, 2013
To answer your question about putting pictures on your homepage, you must embed manually, copy and pasting pictures doesn't work on MOCpages. You must go to the "Add a new lego creation" page, upload the photo, when it asks what to use for the main image, select "Another image". When the uploader is finished, the embed code will appear on the creation page. Copy and paste that code to your homepage. Basic knowledge of HTML helps a lot. Ask me if you have trouble.
 I like it 
  July 9, 2013
Fantastic job !
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  July 8, 2013
I like the incorporation of a movable trigger, since you haven't made many of those in the past!
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  July 8, 2013
Nice!
 
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