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#26 RVMVTVProductions

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Posted 09 February 2009 - 08:26 PM

I am unaware if this was posted already, but there is one problem with using a BBB. If you do, you are faced with the issue of the bow attachments. The BBB has a pull back push forward motion (I think you know that). If you are making the bow parts true to form, you need to use the Scorpion Bow. I believe it only has a pull back priming motion, allowing the bow parts to move into position when you prime it. Your gun though.

(If I am wrong about the priming motion, which I doubt, flame me whenever you want)
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Posted 09 February 2009 - 10:16 PM

I am unaware if this was posted already, but there is one problem with using a BBB. If you do, you are faced with the issue of the bow attachments. The BBB has a pull back push forward motion (I think you know that). If you are making the bow parts true to form, you need to use the Scorpion Bow. I believe it only has a pull back priming motion, allowing the bow parts to move into position when you prime it. Your gun though.

(If I am wrong about the priming motion, which I doubt, flame me whenever you want)


Why would that be a problem? It would be so much easier to make with a BBB. When you prime the BBB, the arms open, and when you fire and move the back of the BBB back forward, the arms close. Just my opinion on the situation.
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#28 halfway33

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Posted 09 February 2009 - 10:55 PM

I have a good idea for the lazer. Use a maverick, and when it's primed back, the "plunger", (if you can call it that) it flips a switch in the back and turns the lazer on. Don't know about the bow parts though. Plexi glass?
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