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1. Take Foam and burn a deep hole and then fill all the way with hot glue so it spills out the top
2. Have a premade ice cup out and ready.
3. Spin the dart in the ice until the dome is solid and perfectly made.
And now you have a dart that is perfect for indoor wars in my opinion. It it also great for secondary's outside. The first darts wont turn out till a dome shape hole is melted in the the ice, so i use a hot glue gun for that.
It's also a gun named after possibly the best sci-fi television show ever made.
Third, Stargate SG1 and Stargate Atlantis
On topic, My maveric works better than my firefly just by a little though. I shoot more with my maveric, which sucks because you run out super fast. I think they should have a baby.
To start I redid the Steps 8-9.
I found this metal bead that had an OD of 1/2", It was perfect.
I just glued it into cpvc and then into the back and it worked great.
Then I made a handle to slide the bolt.
It started out as 2 clips from a rope light. I glued them on.
Then I attached a metal L piece to it. Simple but effective.
And some random breech pics.
Right, right. I got the copper. But your slide is inside the breech. Cool.
Yeah, The good thing is is that because of the lip on the one piece keeps it 100% airtight. Also this is a super easy breach to put on pratically any gun. With the cpvc on the back I can put it on any gun with a cpvc coupler. And, I can make different brass barrel lengths for each gun's needs.
Carbon, It feels great, I am putting on a slider to make it easier. I didnt see that there, that it kind of like mine but i think mine is less complicated.
P.S. Does anyone know what that part is?
-1/2"repair sweat piping copper
-piece I don not know(someone help me)
-1/2" cpvc coupler
-1/2" cpvc pipe
1. Take your copper pipe and attach the piece I am trying to find out. The pipe should me at least 4" long.
2. Mark the pipe for the dart entry to the breech. Refer to above picture.
3. Cut the hole in the copper, I used a mini roto zip.
4. Put the coupler on the end of the copper, it should be a good fit, glue in good.
5. Cut a 1" section of cpvc and hollow it out really good so it will fit over the brass, then cut it in half.
6. Place a length of brass that works good in the gun you want to use(it has to be 17/32 though) into the copper pipe.
7. Slide 1 of the cpvc pieces over the brass until the coupler keeps it in place nice and snug. Mark it and then pull it out and glue it in.
8. Hollow out the nut.
9. Slide over the cpvc and glue into the piece I do not know the name of.
10. Put on a clip system you like.
So when the dart enters you shut it(of coarse) the dart is pushed back but enter into the brass by the brass. There is a lip of the piece i dont know of the keeps it airtight. It is held in place by the cpvc coupler/cpvc.
Also the steps 8-9 can be bettered I am sure. Hope you like it! Completion time is easily less than 2 hours for sure. I hope to get a bbb or some other higher powered gun to try this on soon. Questions/comments?
I' ve been useing schedual 40 with 1/2 darts should I change the darts?
It truely is all in the darts, If they fly good great, if they dont switch. My micro stephans dont fit in schedule 40 pvc. I typically use cpvc and I use it on most guns so I can use couplers and do things like This
So the barrel in the laser connects to the coupler? I've seen SSPB's in that position, but never another barrel.
Correct, Its more for fun than anything but in an indoor war it can save your life especially when you have another shot totally ready to shoot in 2 seconds.
For the Double barrel you will need:
Two 3" cpvc lengths 1/2" and one 3/4" section(approximate for both)
Two 1.5" lengths of 3/8" vinyl tubing
1. Cut both vinyl tubing like so, so the tubing will fit.
2. Fit both pieces into the 3/4" length of 1/2" cpvc and glue it down good.
3. Wrap E-tape around the the end of the vinyl tubing so it fits snugly.
4. Slip the 2 sections of cpvc over the vinyl tubing.
5. Glue it down good. Connect the 2 with glue also.
END OF PART I
For Part II you will need:
10" of 3/8" vinyl tubing
1" stub of 1/2" cpvc
3" section 1/2" cpvc
1. Cut a 1/2" hole in the shell just forward of the trigger.
2. Wrap E-tape around the end of the vinyl tubing so it fits snugly on the cpvc.
3. Slip the cpvc over the vinyl tubing on one end and glue it in.
4. Cut laser like so, opening it up helps.
5. Slide Vinyl tubing through hole and glue the other end in.
6. Position the barrel so you can connect the other end to the coupler, glue it place.
And your done!
All you need is:
And A cutting tool
1. Drill a hole that will fit your nail right in the middle of the 2 pieces that originally held the bar in place.
2. Cut the nail so there is ~1/4" of nail on either side of the cocking slide.
3. Re-wind the return spring around the nail.
4. Slap it all together and glue it in place. Sand the edges of the nail so you don't cut yourself or someone else.
And you're done! Congrats, your mav. works again.