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Any ideas on how to make loading a RF20 faster?

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#1 Guest_Dave_*

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Posted 27 November 2007 - 09:20 PM

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I have a Rapid Fire 20. It is a very good gun with quick firing action, but It takes a little too long to reload, thus leaving me vulnerable to be shot while reloading... Does anyone have any ideas on how I can create a clip or something that I can have 20 darts in, and just slip it on the end of the barrel or something? Or does anyone have any different ways of loading a RF20 faster?
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#2 Tofu



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Posted 27 November 2007 - 09:24 PM

Make replaceable clips. Theres a writeup on it womewhere. I pln to make my own clips sometime after i finish with Christmas presents.
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#3 General Cole

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Posted 27 November 2007 - 09:26 PM

20 couplers and a backpack of barrels. Or many turrets to slap on.
We should stop calling out/making fun of/pissing GC off. He's actually contributed and is available for trade. He's a better than average member no doubt. Got your back Cole.

You know what... I know it's kinda late... but Props Cole.

#4 Retiate



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Posted 27 November 2007 - 09:31 PM

Something like a swappable drum?
Though that's for homemade turrets...
I'm pretty sure figuring out how to make a swappable drum shouldn't be too difficult.
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#5 penguin807



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Posted 27 November 2007 - 10:14 PM

Retiate is a wise man, listen to him. If you scroll down a bit, umdlancer did his own version of the swappable drum and it doesn’t look too hard to replicate. Also if you have the money, I'd pull a Captainslug and hook up an air tank to it. Yay for no pumping!
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