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A MOCcomparison: Walther pp . This is my Walther PP. I built it for a MOCcomparison with Chas Irish. It holds 3 tiny rubber bands which are really powerful. It shoots them a good 43 ft!!! It can hold about 6 big rubber bands which go about 3/4 of that distance. It's deadly accurate, I like shooting minifigs with it - It's all over a great gun, I hope you like it as much as I do. . The Real Gun | The Lego Gun: Name: Walther PP | Lego Walther PP Place of origin: Nazi Germany | classified In Service 1935 | 2009 Designer: Carl Walther Waffenfabrik | Milan CMadge Weight: 665 g | Not a lot Length: 170 mm | 170 mm The Body: | The Lego Gun: Here is the main body of the gun, I struggled with this a bit - The top is 3 studs which changes into 4. The Mechanism: The mechanism is my own design, it has a pole in the middle so the trigger is further away from the spinning bar that holds the rubber bands. If you want to compare your building style with someone join this group! Chas' Gun is here


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