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L96A1 (working) . This is my working replica of the L96A1 bolt actions sniper rifle! Credit goes completely to Jack Streat. . I don't have very much to say about this gun, except for that I made 2 major changes compared to Jack Streats version, that is the barrel 'lays' on top of the gun like the real one, and I have a RIS integrated in the gun! I hope you enjoy it! The gun without a magazine. The other side, magazine in. And magazine out. The gun without the scope, pretty useless. The magazine, can hold 8 bullets. The thumbhole stock, trigger, magazine, bolt and RIS. The front part of the gun, please notice that the barrel 'lays' on top of the gun, just like the real one! A closer look at the RIS, where you can put any attachment like a scope. How to use the gun: pull the bolt up and pull it towards you. Push the bolt back again and you're ready to fire! The FPS (First Person Shooter) view. Aiming down the scope really works! A cool picture of the gun. Just some fun with photoshop, I think it went quitte wel! Please tell me what you think! If you want instructions, rate and give me your email in a comment!


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