1. 1/2in. CPVC coupler
2. 1/2in. CPVC
3. 1/2in. PVC Sch. 20 (SDR 13.5, thin wall)
4. hot glue
6. silicon lube
Cut four 3 1/2in. segments of 1/2in. CPVC and four 3in segments of 1/2in Sch.20 PVC
Fasten the 1/2in. CPVC in the 1/2in. PVC. Make sure one end is flush and the other end is sticking out 1/2in
The end should look like this.
Repeat four times.
Epoxy, goop, hot glue, (or whatever you feel necessary) The pieces together.
Fasten a 1/2in CPVC coupler to the air output of your gun.
After the pieces are done drying, they will look like this.
Load four darts in.
Apply silicone lubricant to the CPVC coupler and the section of CPVC that sticks out.
Plug your "stripper clip" into the coupler.
Fire a shot, pull out the speed loader, move it up one barrel and put it back in. Repeat untill you have fired all four shots.
The barrels do not obstruct aiming ability either.
It is essential that silicone lubricant is added frequently. It allows the CPVC barrels to move in and out of the couplers smoothly. I was planning on making multiple of these "stripper clips". The could be carried by The nerf warrior system pocket version.
EDIT- Changed the name.
If you have any questions, feel free to comment.
-A side of nerf
Edited by A side of nerf, 02 July 2008 - 10:25 PM.