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Heavily modded, PVC breached, sm3k integrated, Titan

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#1 Liam

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Posted 02 March 2008 - 04:54 PM

Alright here's the gun. It has a very special PVC breech (I'll explain more later), and an Integrated SM3k.

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Here's a close up on the SM3k. The pump was glued onto the bottom where the hornet would go, and the tank with a 1/2 inch Pvc barrel was glued onto the prongs where the scout would go .

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Here's a close-up on just the pump.

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Alright now to the breech. I cut a slot into the PVC like any breech but then I covered the opening with something a little different. Lying around, I found my old broken tech target. So I opened it up and took out the plunger tube. I cut off the closed end of the plunger tube and it just so happened to fit nice and tightly over the PVC. Here's the picture of the breech.

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Breech Closed

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Both guns fire like a dream and I'm very pleased with the whole thing.

Questions, comments?

Edited by Liam, 03 March 2008 - 04:54 PM.

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Posted 02 March 2008 - 05:01 PM

Very nice. I like the integration idea and the use of the plunger tube for the breech. I'm assuming based on your opinion that the breech is sealed very tightly. Distances? I want to try something like this on my converted watergun barrel.

Again, a very good idea.
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#3 Liam

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Posted 02 March 2008 - 05:05 PM

Very nice. I like the integration idea and the use of the plunger tube for the breech. I'm assuming based on your opinion that the breech is sealed very tightly. Distances? I want to try something like this on my converted watergun barrel.

Again, a very good idea.


Thanks for the comments. To answer your first question, yes the breech has a very good seal, the plunger tube is tight and snug on the PVC. But for ranges, I don't know yet. Shooting both guns inside with stock suction cup micro darts my guesses are about 70 feet flat for the sm3k and about 120 for the Titan, but I could be wrong they are just guesses.
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Posted 02 March 2008 - 05:54 PM

Neither of the tech target plunger chambers I have fit "tightly" over 1/2 size pipe.
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#5 Liam

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Posted 02 March 2008 - 06:03 PM

Neither of the tech target plunger chambers I have fit "tightly" over 1/2 size pipe.


Were your tech targets the older ones that fit megas or the newer ones that fit micros? I used the plunger tube from the newer micro shooting one.
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#6 TAiLsChaser

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Posted 02 March 2008 - 07:50 PM

Good deal on your mods. This is just my opinion but I don't feel the breach was necessary but if you have tight pvc then I can understand. I'd like to get some recorded measured ranges from you and compare them to mine. As you might know, I went with the copper barrel. It's a 1 1/4 foot and is sufficient for accuracy and ranges.

Can you fire any other kind of ammo?

Try firing 3 snubs if you can (want).

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#7 Liam

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Posted 03 March 2008 - 03:20 PM

Good deal on your mods. This is just my opinion but I don't feel the breach was necessary but if you have tight pvc then I can understand. I'd like to get some recorded measured ranges from you and compare them to mine. As you might know, I went with the copper barrel. It's a 1 1/4 foot and is sufficient for accuracy and ranges.

Can you fire any other kind of ammo?

Try firing 3 snubs if you can (want).


I PM'd you with my official ranges. It'd be great if you could reply with your ranges aswell.
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