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#1 GeshmanWG

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 08:49 PM

I am having a hard time finding a good length of barrel for my rscb. I am using an air tank that has sufficient enough air that I am able to choose how much air I fire. My problem is that if when I pump to a certain point instead of increasing ranges the clip just starts double and even triple firing, but no matter what ranges are only in the 30's. I have already tried 6" cpvc nested in PVC that had been reamed out for better feeding (like you would do for a hopper). I tried using PETG nested in PVC but it is too loose and the darts double load by themselves.

My question is what length/material should i use in order to get more range out of my darts before double feeding?

Also as a precursor to all responses telling me to use a hopper or BRSCB or Hopper these will not work for my current application.
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#2 Mills

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 08:53 PM

I believe a a too loose barrel material causes that problem. Maybe try CPVC, some airguns benefit from it.
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Posted 30 March 2011 - 09:12 PM

Well what tank are you using them for?

I currenly have a 4b with an rscb. It has 1 foot of 5/8ths brass in a 1/2'' CPVC - T with an endcap on it and then 1 foot of CPVC and it works like a dream!
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Posted 30 March 2011 - 10:31 PM

Found the optimal barrel length/material. Just needed to use slightly tighter CPVC (turned out what I was using was reamed out) If you are wondering what I was working on look here to see.
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