Finally got around to purchasing a second NF and I'm attempting something similar to the NF bow with the plunger tubes doubled up. Since the plunger itself is, by necessity, chopped up and reconstructed I'm a little worried about stresses tearing the internals apart with too tough a spring. Each NF spring compresses to 3cm and my chopped down Handyman spring I had in my original NF compresses down to about 4.5cm. Would it be more efficient to place both NF springs in the tube, sacrificing that 3cm of airspace, for the force of dual springs; or would using the single stronger spring with the (slightly) increased air capacity produce more force on the dart?
Thanks in advance guys.
Yet Another Spring Question.
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Posted 12 April 2008 - 03:11 PM
"I wish in the past I had tried more things 'cause now I know that being in trouble is a fake idea."
Posted 12 April 2008 - 03:54 PM
I've never heatd of an exploding NF You should be fine with 2 Handymans. I wouldn't reccomend 2 #49 though.
it also has a cock on it
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