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Pm'd regarding the inline issue. As far as imitating a Vulcan goes, I'd try something a LOT simpler. It would be very difficult to mimic that particular system, which is flawed even when manufactured to (relatively) close tolerances. Full-auto would be absolutely achievable in a homemade, but I would look into other designs. To my knowledge, air is released from a HPA tank, passes through a regulator, is stopped by a push-button valve, and is released into your gun's onboard tank, which fires the dart. I am no expert on this topic, but I believe that's the gist of it.
I see. Well I am not attempting to make a full auto gun, as I find them useless. I just need to find a way to turn a very heavy turret. The concept I'm looking at is a 6 barrel turret, but every barrel has a small inline clip. This would allow 6 shots on true semi auto, point gun down, 6 more, point gun down, 6 more, and so on. Since the air source would be the hpa tank, you wouldnt have to worry about reloading/pumping for a very long time. The way you described the hpa tank working, I would probabbly hook a titan tank up to it, and fire that, with it reapressurizing every shot. With this design, you could like get about 3 extra darts in every barrel of the turret, plus one already loaded, therefore giving you 24 shots before reloading.
1. Anyone who is an expert on inline clips or rscb clips, please pm me. There are a few things I need to know.
2. How does the Vulcan rotate the chain to the next shot, turning the gears the exact same amount with each trigger pull? I need to adapt this so I would have a motor turning a turret every time the trigger is pulled.
3. Captain Slug, I think, will probably be the most knowledgeable on this one, but how does the trigger release air from a hpa tank? Is it a mechanical action or is it due to air pressure? I want to be able to do this without just building a blaster over a paintball gun.
couldn't Yada get sued by Hasbro? Or since it's Japanese is it protected?
The plunger does look impressive as hell compared to the current NF. I wonder if Japanese safety regualtions are less strict than US ones.
Safety regulations tend to be less strict in countires like Japan and China.
How does something flap in the world? Wait, never mind. I'm scared of finding out. I do find engrish funny as hell, though. "Tis the season to be jorry. Fra ra ra ra ra ra ra ra ra." Man, I really want to go buy a bee bee gun now. 10 points to whoever gets the reference first.
I've heard that before. Is it the chinese guy in south park?
im pretty sure thats from a christmas story or carol, whatever that movie is called
woops ubermensch beat me to it
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What the fuck are you talking about? This website simply gathers up all the black friday deals and puts them in one easy to access place, they don't SELL anything. Furthermore, this topic is about deals that happened on NOV 28, and therefore don't have any reason to be discussed anymore.
Internals of a titan, with a 2 and a half foot barrel on it. The pink foam is these toys I found in my basement that come with plastic connectors that u slide into the holes at each end. I found this was a wonderful way to stabalize the 1/2" pvc inside the 2". I'm currently trying to figure out what shell to put this in, but can't think of one that would work well. Anyone who can think of a shell that would fit this well, feel free to tell me.
EDIT: sorry about the second picture, these where taken with my phone since my mom lost the SD card for our camera.
2thunderstorm or thunderstrike, the tek 10 with sounds and lights
2photon power blasters or whatever they are called
wow 33 guns after only 2 months in nerf............ I think i might have a few to many
Converted taggers are just regular velcro taggers.
No, not at all. Converted taggers are a sort of stefan "hybrid," where you remove the head from the dart then add your weight and hot glue. They are commonly done with taggers since you can get a lot of these for pretty cheap.
I can see that a lot of people are viewing this thread, but no one is commenting. Anyone have thoughts, suggestions, flames?