6ft Clear Petg Tube, 5/8”Od, ½” Id (Mcmaster 9245k25)
12ft Clear Petg Tube, 3/4 “ Od, 5/8” Id (Mcmaster 9245k29)
Step 1: Take the barrels out of your Doomsayer and pray you don’t break it.
Step2: Cut off the outer part of the yellow shell that came with the RFSG. I used this as a new seat for my barrels since the ¾” Petg fits it perfectly. So I slapped this onto the Doomsayer Turret and sealed it up with Plumbers Goop.
Step 3:Assemble your barrels by cutting the ¾” Petg into 12” lengths (you can go shorter if you want better ranges), and cutting the 5/8” Petg into 5-6” lengths (the shorter you go with the ¾” the longer you can go with the 5/8”). Get your Plumbers Goop!
Step 4: Glue the 5/8” inside the ¾”. It is an airtight fit so this combo works great. The ID of the 5/8” Petg is really ½”, so you may have to use something else as barrel material if that is too tight for your darts (works perfect on nerf darts, and Swiftnerf’s white foam).
Step 5: Put the Inline Clip Barrels in the Doomsayer, and fill them with the ammo of your choice. Fire till your arm falls off… then maybe you might need to reload.
Before your eyes your Doomsayer should turn into a HellCannon. This is a very front heavy gun (add to the fact that this is a three spring Doomsayer, Orig/LS/BBB) so make sure you don’t have spaghetti noodles for arms before attempting to handle this monster.
Here is an example of firing 36 shots. I do have the fun angled down slightly so that does help with loading of the next round, but as you can see I don't have to point the gun at the ground to get the next round into position. I did have two rounds that didn't fire correctly towards the very end, but that does not happen when I have multi-rounds in the clip. Only when there is one dart in there.
Full Clip 71'-80'
One Round in Clip 63'-67'
Looks like the range variance from a full clip to a almost empty clip will be anywhere from 10-20'.
Short video of reloading 6 of the inline clips.
Hope you like it.
Edited by nerkum, 05 June 2009 - 11:55 AM.