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Semi-automatic trigger (large compacity)
This chunk is from my lego gum gun. So it's a pretty good mech.
About this creation

This is the whole thing. Again the peices in light grey are the main mechanics.

The other side. The gears are there to slow everything down to give you the ability to load more rubberband. You MUST have the big gear followed by the medium, followed by the small. Other wise it won't work as well.

Just like the other semi-auto mechinism the rubberbands make the star peice spin but it's stopped by the triangle piece, and when you press the trigger it spins a quarter ways forward and is stopped again by the triangle peice.

When you let go of the trigger the star peice spins another quarter ways and shoots a rubberband, and is stopped by the triangle peice again.


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To:Bernardo Silva October 25, 2008
Ok so here is my tip silva: First, cover the guns sides. Like for instance take lego pieces and make a wall that covers gaps. Because I made a gun one time and the guns side were weak and my gun blew-up in my hand from overload on my 5th rubberband. Another tip would be making the mechinism more stable. Like if it runs hard decrease the gear amount. If it runs too fast increase the gear amount. I hope this at least kind of helped you.

To:Juho Grohn November 14, 2008
Ummm no it's not actualy... It's similar in the workings but not in the gearing at all.



Comments

 I like it 
  December 28, 2012
what if you don't have the big gear? Can you use the smaller gear too? I hope for an reaction so I can built it too.
 I like it 
  April 24, 2010
I've been using this mech for the longest time(although I take no credit for it), and I must say that it really is one of the best RBG mechs out there.
Bogdanski Olegovich
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chris legg
  October 30, 2009
just so u know on my next gun i used a vareant of this
Bogdanski Olegovich
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Jamaal Primus
  June 5, 2009
This is almost exactly the same as my mechanism except mine doesn't use the "star piece", If anyone would like to see my mechanism then check my page here. I'll be posting a picture in a few days time.
 I like it 
  May 29, 2009
thats cool, im just missing the 3 star wheel. any idea what 2 use instead?
 I like it 
  April 29, 2009
hey u know the 3 point star? can u use a 4 point star instead
 I like it 
  April 28, 2009
wats the 3 pronged piece called?
Bogdanski Olegovich
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Callum King-Underwood
  April 11, 2009
I don't have the star piece but i do have loads of the little L piece and a few smaller bits to beef it up into a 4 pointed star. Do you think it would work with 4 points. I have all the other parts.
Bogdanski Olegovich
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Andrei Rozhin
  March 19, 2009
awesome, I think this might work for me, but where do you get the massive 40 tooth gear ( I think) and the 3 sided part
 I made it 
  March 19, 2009
Quoting Andrei Rozhin awesome, I think this might work for me, but where do you get the massive 40 tooth gear ( I think) and the 3 sided part
I got the gear from the motor set, and my friend gave me the star piece.
 I like it 
  February 17, 2009
Cool, so it uses the power of the band as the spinning movement to fire, right?
 I like it 
  February 17, 2009
Cool, so it uses the power of the band as the spinning movement to fire, right?
 I like it 
  October 25, 2008
Oh i think i got it! Thx for the explanation! Come see my rubber band mech, its kinda lame comparing to yours but tell me what i can do to upgrade it plz!
 
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