It's a TTXbow, with a SM750 stuck onto it. Great range from both shots, both extremely accurate.
The TTXbow is telescoping brass modded (It starts with one foot of 9/16", then extends with four inches of 19/32" brass.), like the thing that Cx did with his EaB's. The SM750 has six inches of nested PETG inside of some Sch. 80.
Befor I came up with the idea that you see in the picture, It was these two guns, plus half a roll of electrical/duct tape. The new idea is neater, and I can remove the SM750 if I feel like it, without tools. But not on the fly. I mostly got the look idea from GrOOvE, and because I alway's thought that the TTXbow needed another handle.
The only reason I did this is because I knew from AIM that Grinch was making a 1500/EaB integration. And I thought I needed something like that too, so I could compete.
<edit> I just realized that Grinch's gun and mine are virtually the same. An overpowered, overlarge pistol, manually powered, with a high-powered, extremely accurate, pump powered, SuperMaxx gun with one shot.
Anyways, onto It's pictures!
This is the front of the gun. And my hand. And my foot.
Here is how I attached the gun. I drilled a hole in the case of the SM750, and two pieces of wood. I glued the wood to the sides of the TTXbow, and lined up the holes. When all four holes were lined up, I took a piece of coat hanger wire, stuck it through all the holes, and bent the ends. This allows me to independently move the SM750 up and down, and I can hit two targets if I tilt the gun sideways and point the SM750 in different directions.
And here is the side view of It, finished.
Compare to Grinchy's!
Edited by Ice Nine, 17 April 2004 - 09:41 AM.