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Smart ar 2 https://imgur.com/gallery/Mi0zs
Smart ar 1 https://imgur.com/gallery/Ems82
My apologies it was supposed to be messenger not sweet revenge.
Might as well put a crossbow like stock on it while your at it, a pump action '95 crossbow is the stuff of legends and myths.
Nah great question. I started to realize that it began to resemble the Crossbow as I began to complete it. The front 45 degree angle of the pump grip and body was something I chose to give the form an aggressive, but proud stance. The U shaped barrel of the inverse design has been around, but I wanted the barrel at the top to feel more incorporated into the overall design, so the I chose to angle the top of Stock 1 down from there, causing the template to then look like a wolf or hound silhouette, so I rolled with that. However, most of it's design was spawned from the ideation sketches and the full rendering shown above. I honestly thought it mostly resembled the SPAS-12 until I designed the stock.
The form may look similar, but the internal design is completely bespoke and works completely differently from a direct pullback plunger system like the Crossbow, so I'm happy with that.
I just have 1 question, why did you ask this on nerg hayven? Sony or the maker of the game could help serverly, or you could look up the problem on google or youtube, but nerf hayven is probably not the place to start looking for answers.
If the title applies to you, have you ever experienced freezing issues on load screens or error messages while watching replays of a particular play, such as a home run? I'm playing the 2014 version of the game, but I'm asking if anyone has this problem in any version, given how rare this console is.
Anyone have freezing issues in general on their Vita and if so, how did you fix it?
Okay, but what about a sealed breech?
Drill out the stock breech and insert a section of Xploders barrel into it. Cut a large loading slot and remove the dart tooth and fine-tune.
I primary just now need to know what kind of pvc let's exploderz barrels fit in it and I'm golden to start making s true nerf martini henry.
The kohl's nearby here tends to have sales on stuff and we get coupons that are 30% off...waiting for that moment when its 30% off and I have a coupon. It makes the rayvenfire around $35 USD.
Lucky, now the only place where I can find semi auto flywheel blasters for a decent price are at goodwills, and I'm not paying $27 for a brand new stryfe.
Ebay may have old stampedes in disrepair, or you could get one of those metal gear kits for the stampede if you can find them, which haven't been sold in forever to my knowledge. If you have access to a 3d printer, you can print stampede gears.
Thanks for that, one of the gears is a bit worn, any place I might get replacements?
I can't even get the rayvenfire, If I had known this 3 days ago, I would have raced down to the kohl's in my town, which had a going out of business sale that started on friday, and now we have no kohl's
It's even worse here in the US. They are $70 because KOHL's
I originally wanted to use a sentinel, but the problem is that the boomco darts would spiral out of control due to the size of the plunger tube, if I wanted to use that i would have to keep in the stock spring, which would mean less power.also I would have to pay $40 on ebay because no store in my town sells sentinels(trust me, I've looked), so since I aleredy have a lemon slingfire I found at a goodwill for $3, I would like to use that.
Sounds like a converted sentinel.
Any suggestions on where to start? Or has anyone else done this?
Do this for a big shock and you have the best attachment I can own.
My Recon Mk II looked a bit empty in the front, so I came up with this, and made a tutorial for it.
Homemade Grenade Launcher attachment for your nerf blasters. Let me know what you think:
So here's the video i did on it.
There are 3 notable problems you may be experiencing,
So the other day I descided to mod my Vulcan. I bypassed the electrical locks and replaced everything with 16 gauge wire and put in a 3S lithium battery tray running on three EBLs and I also put in a micro switch behind the trigger. I then opened up the gearbox taking out the air restrictor and Keeping the stock spring and threading on a old maverick spring Ito the stock one. Also I glued the clutch together and I put silicone grease around the seal that goes over the belt. then when I went to fire it only 10 darts came out of the whole 25 dart belt. Does any one know what the problem may be?
1. Youe vulcan may be pushing out as much air as it needs to fire your darts, putting a maverick spring around the stock spring may be the problem, it could be that it's not letting your vulcan not get sufficient compression, try taking out the maverick spring and see if that works.
2. Youe darts are too loose, the problem may not be with the vulcan, but your with your darts, what kind of darts are you using?
3. Your belt may not be getting a good enough seal around the plunger tube, you can test this by firing your vulcan, and looking at the belt feed while it's firing, if the plunger tube does not seal up with the end of the belt, that's the problem.
From most of the sleeper breechs I've seen, you have to drill out the dart post and ar for the breech to function smoothly, if you left the dart post and ar in it, you may encounter some jamming.
Would putting a sleeper breech in a blaster with the ar's intact still improve range? I would like to put one in my EAT a 5 kg to get a bit more range.
I think $50 may not be enough, even when I did my stupid project, I spent more than $40 on the titan, the wood for the stock, and the small bike pump I originally wanted to use, like the 2015 mod contest I think you should have like some blaster or something along with the $50 as a prize may attract more people to enter the contest?
So there was a lot of interest, but we only have 2 entries with a couple weeks to go.
Are people working on projects? Do we need to extend the deadline?
I also had one of my freinds from an hvz event look at it and he said the same thing.
Or you could call the origional prototype (if you still even have it) excaliburn
And also, I thought I could replace the stock spring with a [k26], but I heard that it doesn't make it shoot much further.
I am also using both full length dartzone darts, and half length dartzone darts because they are cheap, and hit pretty well using the blasters I use.
Currently I do not have access to expoxy, would hot glue work?
You should be fine with the stock sledgefire spring as it is fairly heavy (10kg). Other then that, you should smother epoxy on all of the joints to get a really good seal.
Also it has a great dart fit with the barrel, not that much air comes out of it when I dry fire it though.
1: I tried using a tee, it just makes the pump much harder.
1. Use a cpvc/pvc tee. It appears in the photo that you glued brass/copper RSCB assembly to an elbow. Using a tee will definitely help the seal and allow you to experiment with different barrel/chamber lengths.
2. shorten the stub between the elbow and the plunger tube. This reduces deadspace.
3. Seals on sledgefires tend to be pretty good stock. Did you remove the air restrictor?
4. Go to a hardware store with the stock spring and see if you can find something stronger that you can replace it with.
2: the stub is that long for more ammo to be in the rscb.
3:the rscb is glued in, and yes I removed the air restrictors.
4: most of the springs at my local hardware stores are not that long or are only good for reverse plungered blasters. And also because the prime on this thing with the stock spring is extremely heavy.
ALSO, this blaster was bought from goodwill for $6