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#1 thaygor

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Posted 18 January 2009 - 11:26 AM

After the winter Ohio war, I was in deep thought of how I could make a BBB more powerful and less awkward to load, so I have made a breach.

mats:
1/2 pvc
17/32 brass
9/16 brass
hot glue gun
drill bit
screw of your choice
dremmel


Step 1

Grab your 11-12 inches of pvc and 17/32 brass and mark where you want to dremmel your loading area. Do the same with your brass. I made a 1 1/2 hole.

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step 2:

do some cutting of where you marked.

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step 3:

after you cut your brass and pvc make a hole in your 17/32 brass behind your loading area.

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step 4:

cut a path for your bolt, like so, on your pvc.

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step 5

put e-tape on each side of a piece of 9/16 brass til it fits perfect and glue it in. Make sure it is flush with the insde of loading area and the bottom of the pvc.

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step 6

Then cut the brass while its in the pvc where your original bolt path was.

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step 7:

Ok, now push your 17/32 into your 9/16

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step 8:

now put your bolt in the hole you drilled into the 17/32 brass.

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final product? you decide.

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Thanks

~Thaygor

Edited by thaygor, 18 January 2009 - 03:43 PM.

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Posted 18 January 2009 - 11:33 AM

Nice work. As long as it's functional iyt doesn't matter about fugly. Awaiting Late Winter OHNO to see this thing in action and find out just how practical it is.
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#3 thaygor

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Posted 18 January 2009 - 11:34 AM

lsw it looks alot better in person
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Posted 18 January 2009 - 12:33 PM

I like the handle and locking system. My only concern is that it has like 3 in of deadspace that OfAll's design doesn't, as far as I can tell from the design. It might affect your ranges a little, but not too much to notice.
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You'll do a lot better if you spread the lips with the front. Trying to wriggle the back in there first seems a bit counterintuitive.

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Posted 18 January 2009 - 12:36 PM

well this has like a 1 1/2 inch gap to put dart and this thing has a good seal.
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Posted 18 January 2009 - 01:36 PM

I like the handle and locking system. My only concern is that it has like 3 in of deadspace that OfAll's design doesn't, as far as I can tell from the design. It might affect your ranges a little, but not too much to notice.


This is my concern as well. Did you consider switching positions on the handle/slide and the actual breech? On a BBBB or other similar air gun, it shouldn't make enough difference to matter, but on a less powerful gun it might help maximize efficiency.
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Forget about ranges; range means nothing if your blaster is a giant rattle after three shots.

#7 thaygor

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Posted 18 January 2009 - 02:20 PM

I like the handle and locking system. My only concern is that it has like 3 in of deadspace that OfAll's design doesn't, as far as I can tell from the design. It might affect your ranges a little, but not too much to notice.


This is my concern as well. Did you consider switching positions on the handle/slide and the actual breech? On a BBBB or other similar air gun, it shouldn't make enough difference to matter, but on a less powerful gun it might help maximize efficiency.




Yes I have. but my ammo holder/lether pouch sets on my left side so i can grab a dart and thow it in thare faster. plus I like it thare!
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#8 thaygor

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Posted 18 January 2009 - 03:46 PM

hay guys im done, I would like to see what you guys think about it!
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Posted 18 January 2009 - 09:47 PM

If I'm getting this right (and I honestly can't tell, sorry but the overexposure and general fuzziness make it hard to get a clear view.. You might want to try out the Macro function, that generally helps), It's not bad. You could have made the cuts cleaner etc, but thats not the point. I know alot of people have been asking me (before I quit) to make breech's with a handle on them. I never did, because in my design, which I made to be the most efficient as possible, I never wanted a handle on the side. It doesn't really make sense for mine to have a handle anyways, with the handle being at the front...

Anyhow, it does seem somewhat inefficient because of the dead space, but if you like it, Just Go With It.

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