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#26 nerfer34

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Posted 20 February 2009 - 05:28 PM

I meant to say what Zorn's Lemma said about the trigger... But I get why you did it.

Also, how do you load the marvelous salvo barrels?
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#27 TantumBull

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Posted 20 February 2009 - 05:28 PM

Yeah, Franken mod was started out by me. I had it integrated in a much different way, with me hot gluing the tanks directly to the LS. The LS was (is) singled. The thing looked like shit, With the tubes sticking out, one barrel having no PETG in it, the gun was half painted and the pump was really crooked. It was the result of me having pre war "what the hell am I going to use" panic attacks before HbH2, and me throwing it together from spare parts from 3 LSs and a MS I had integrated into my xbow, that I took off before I sold it. I sold "FrankenMod" to K9 that day.
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Great job, I like the stabilization. I can see that thing being feared at many wars to come.


Thanks, man. That's funny, I've heard all this talk about the "fraken mod" and I never knew what the hell that was! Funny that the person who coined it (you) did it to a longshot as well! Yeah, I thought about the barrel mounting rather than the tank mounting when I came to the conclusion that because of the curve of the tank, there was no way to get it on straight. This got me thinking about any straight lines of reference and I thought of the barrels and the extruded box on the shell of the LS. I also thought of the tactical rail. Thus, this clusterfuck was born.

I meant to say what Zorn's Lemma said about the trigger... But I get why you did it.

Also, how do you load the marvelous salvo barrels?



Either by ramrodding or taking off the tanks. The tank removal will be really useful for taking this thing apart when and if internals brake.

I have a question. My second tank, when fired, hisses from the trigger and then there's a quiet pop and a tiny bit is released from the tank. Is this a problem with the trigger or the tank? Please say the tank.

Edited by TantumBull, 20 February 2009 - 05:31 PM.

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#28 Hipponater

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Posted 20 February 2009 - 06:04 PM

I have a question. My second tank, when fired, hisses from the trigger and then there's a quiet pop and a tiny bit is released from the tank. Is this a problem with the trigger or the tank? Please say the tank.


I can't quite tell how the tubes are attached, but if they're able to be removed from the SMDTG trigger, you could switch the second tank for one of the other two and see how it works, but if the tubing is gooped/whatever, it would be difficult.
If its leaking from the trigger, it sounds like more of a trigger issue. Is it leaking from the connector by chance though?

It looks pretty good, you could always just use shorter pvc guides to clean up the gun, though it would look like less barrels. How stable is the pump on the side? Pumps glued onto things always worry me, but i guess i'm not as gentle as i should be. Awesome mod.

I need to get a SMDTG trigger...
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Posted 20 February 2009 - 09:35 PM

Damn dude, that thing is amazing. I love it, and would seriously not want to be on the receiving end of all those barrels. Great work!!

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Posted 20 February 2009 - 09:46 PM

Great jelly doughnuts. You beat me to it! I am working with the same concept except with a hornet. Nice job though!! I actually think it is rather beautiful. Something we me and multiple barrels... :)
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Posted 20 February 2009 - 09:48 PM

Awesome job man. Just a thing of beauty.

Slap on a nice paintjob and you've got an amazing primary. Right now, it just looks a bit tacky.

For the LSFG handle, did you just use a pen spring as a replacement?
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... to be able to get a better burst or sustained fire, rather than blowing the whole load at once.


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Posted 20 February 2009 - 11:08 PM

I can't quite tell how the tubes are attached, but if they're able to be removed from the SMDTG trigger, you could switch the second tank for one of the other two and see how it works, but if the tubing is gooped/whatever, it would be difficult.
If its leaking from the trigger, it sounds like more of a trigger issue. Is it leaking from the connector by chance though?

It looks pretty good, you could always just use shorter pvc guides to clean up the gun, though it would look like less barrels. How stable is the pump on the side? Pumps glued onto things always worry me, but i guess i'm not as gentle as i should be. Awesome mod.

I need to get a SMDTG trigger...



Thanks for the kind words and the ideas. I'm gonna try switching around the tanks. And I think its probably the tanks, not the trigger.

Damn dude, that thing is amazing. I love it, and would seriously not want to be on the receiving end of all those barrels. Great work!!

Salindin


Thanks, man! Maybe if I can get enough funds together, I could get you to paint this bad boy.

Great jelly doughnuts. You beat me to it! I am working with the same concept except with a hornet. Nice job though!! I actually think it is rather beautiful. Something we me and multiple barrels... :lol:
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Thanks, and I'm waiting for that hornet.

Awesome job man. Just a thing of beauty.

Slap on a nice paintjob and you've got an amazing primary. Right now, it just looks a bit tacky.

For the LSFG handle, did you just use a pen spring as a replacement?


Thank you. I think the spring is from an NF trigger.

Edited by TantumBull, 20 February 2009 - 11:10 PM.

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