Posted 20 March 2004 - 06:35 PM
all you need is one of those glue gun thing that u put liquid nails and silicon and all that sort of stuff in, like the one builders use. the are they ones where u pull back the spring bit and put ion the tube of glue and squeeze the trtigger, i dont reall know how to explain them but i think most of you will know what i am talkin about. Ok... so you need one of them, and an empyt tube of glue. now the plunger bit that goes into the glue tube works by when u squeeze it, it forces out glue by pushing forward the plunger, now, what we want it to do it let it slam right to the end. so what you need to do is go to your hardware store, buy a BIG spring and whack it inbetween the plunger and the back of the gun thing (the end closest to the trigger). now all you need to do is whack in your empty glue tube and glue the plunger in the glue tube to the plunger in the gune, whack a barrel onto the glue tube, and your gun is set up.
The one thing i havent to you how to do is make it so the current trigger system holds and releases the plunger, this needs to be changed (as u can prob see) but i dont really know how it is done cos i got a friend to do it for me. i am sure one of you can work it out and explain it to everyone.
EDIT: sorry for the crap writeup, i can understand if many of you dont get it, just ask some questions
Posted 20 March 2004 - 06:41 PM
Yeah, man, that made no sense at all. It sounds to me like you are shooting at your friends with a pneumatic nail gun.
Posted 20 March 2004 - 06:45 PM
Posted 20 March 2004 - 07:05 PM
Can you please make a good write up thats posible to understand and spelled properley?
Maybe if you start, he will be more inclined too.
Posted 20 March 2004 - 08:00 PM
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Edited by Terminator, 22 March 2004 - 06:38 PM.
Posted 23 March 2004 - 05:17 PM
Also the newer more RELIABLE caulk guns dont work like the older ones. They lack the large spring. They have a handle lever that pushes the rod to the end of the inner tube of caulk.
Yeah all the new caulk guns have all these safety features. Also most are designed so that by pushing lightly plunger it moves in. This is good for caulking because it allows you to just dab on caulk. Its bad for nerf because the gun can't cock.
Posted 24 March 2004 - 04:46 AM
Sorry about that first post guys. I'm going to clean up my act with all my posts now.
I think many of you might be right in saying that the new caulk guns just arenít what they used to be, but I got one that is (Iím in aus.). This one i CAN cock but it took a bit of work to make it so. I think it would be possible to change the new ones to do what we want two but it would take a lot of work.
THIRST: i got all the caulk out by cuttin off the end the glue come out of, cleaning ot the tube, and whacking a pvc end cap on the end. This also gave me the ability to put the barrel on more tightly.
TERMINATOR: Why would this not be able to shoot darts, all you gotta do is whack a half in barrel on it (i used telescoped brass). And your right, they do lack a large spring, but i had one lying around so i put it in.
If anyone wants me to do a better, legible write-up, just ask. Like I said I love this gun, it get ranges of about 110ft (I think I converted right) and has a great rof. I have a new primary. I will post pics at least soon.
Edited by N3maN, 24 March 2004 - 05:00 AM.
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Posted 27 March 2004 - 04:39 AM
Name: ANZAC TTP82
ROF: c. 30 sh/s
Range: c. 110ft
Accuracy: hit 3x3 foot target at 80ft consistently
Creator: N3maN (cam)
BTW: If anyone makes one who has a cam can you please post some pics for me, i would like to compare, and allow others to see as my cam is busted (i might be able to post pics later but not for a while).
Edited by N3maN, 27 March 2004 - 04:41 AM.
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