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... The name of my new integration.

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#1 Ice Nine

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Posted 17 April 2004 - 08:50 AM

Okay, I can't think of what to say about It.

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!

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This is the front of the gun. And my hand. And my foot.

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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.

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Compare to Grinchy's!
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Edited by Ice Nine, 17 April 2004 - 09:41 AM.

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#2 Groove

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Posted 17 April 2004 - 11:50 AM

Not too shabby...a little crude with the construction materials I might say, but what can you do - an artist must work with the tools he is given, right?

With the TTXBow and it's recoil, two points of grip will help you out immensely. Although I never thought about using wood...I'm still trying to figure out how to use my uber-magnets without making the gun a complete disaster in itself.

How do you remove the SM750? Remove the hanger wire?
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#3 Ice Nine

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Posted 17 April 2004 - 11:55 AM

Yeah, to remove the 750, just unbend the wire.

Magnets would be awesome. The only problem may be if one of them came unstuck and possibly break the punger tube to stick to the metal that reinforces the plunger itself. Then, find another or be screwed.

Edited by Ice Nine, 17 April 2004 - 12:10 PM.

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Posted 17 April 2004 - 08:30 PM

It's pretty cool.
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