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#1 OnyxZenith

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Posted 20 November 2009 - 12:52 AM

I had an idea for a shooting keyblade with a foam blade and an inline clip (to simulate a magic attack such as Firaga) and so when you'd slash with the blaster it would automatically reload the RSCB.

Well I like cosemetics on my blaster but this could also help out as a stabilizer for the RSCB to stay in place:

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Shown here is a breeched RSCB with a Tee behind the clip instead of a ball valve or a cap. and connected to the Tee is another tee connected with an end cap (cosmetics for a keyblade... not nessescary but it's there.) and the pipe that leads the air flow.

Now I know there are inline clips that act just like the clip shown without the extra piping underneath, but with this it would make sure that you'd have a better chance shoot one dart at a time than accidently shooting 2-3 at a time with a lesser range.

But the pros and cons that I have for this is that the air from the blaster or source, would make the darts in the clip act as an air resrictor, or maybe it just might load in another dart without having to tilt the clip at all and instead be primed to shoot another round.
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#2 Split

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Posted 20 November 2009 - 11:07 AM

I had an idea for a shooting keyblade with a foam blade and an inline clip (to simulate a magic attack such as Firaga) and so when you'd slash with the blaster it would automatically reload the RSCB.
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But the pros and cons that I have for this is that the air from the blaster or source, would make the darts in the clip act as an air resrictor, or maybe it just might load in another dart without having to tilt the clip at all and instead be primed to shoot another round.

Or maybe it'll shoot fire! Or maybe it'll make you teleport wherever you shoot!
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Posted 20 November 2009 - 12:00 PM

i hope you have fire proof armor.
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#4 Lynx

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Posted 20 November 2009 - 12:56 PM

Their being dicks.

They wanna say just try it and see, but never said that. Pro-tip: If you post an idea, try it first.
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#5 MoonMaster

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Posted 20 November 2009 - 02:33 PM

An inline clip would work a lot better for your purposes, it would be sleeker and have less dead space.
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#6 Ryan201821

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Posted 20 November 2009 - 04:58 PM

Yo man, what's the point of this? If you're having problem with an inline clip double-firing, use tighter barrel material, or experiment more with your barrel length.
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#7 BustaNinja

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Posted 23 November 2009 - 01:28 PM

All you did was take an inline clip, and some more random PVC and dead space to in, and put a breach on it.

I can almost guarantee you would get better results from a normal inline clip.
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#8 Fredo

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Posted 23 November 2009 - 03:57 PM

Besides the fact that I think this is stupid, I'll help you out with the shit-ton of extra deadspace problem. For the inch or so of PVC you use to connect one tee to the other, fill it with hot glue or someother substance to block the airs passage to there. But once again, whateva' floats ya' boat.
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#9 faddle

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Posted 23 November 2009 - 05:35 PM

I think you would get better results with a inline clip.
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