Happened because I was toying around with these "Grenade" shots:
So, as a result, I can fire 4x shotgun shells (or any # of barrels you want), a single grenade round, or BOTH.
The only thing I can think to use these is because they are more psychlogical: the target sees the orange tip, but not the "buckshot" and only tries to dodge the grenade.
These are pretty simple to make. First, decide the width of pipe needed for the large ammo unit, and how long you want that barrel to be. Then, decide how many small barrels will fit inside the large barrel, and how long you want those barrels to be. Find the total length, large barrel + small barrels, and cut that length in the wide barrel width. (On mine, 2" grenade barrel + 1" shotgun barrels = 3" total. Now, glue all your small barrels together, then insert and glue into the back of the grenade barrel. Orange tape the front of the entire arangement, and put it in a coupler/bushing, and stick that on the gun, or however you want. I like couplers because then I can load the darts much more easily from the back of the barrel arrangement. You'll want to try to find the barrel length for both the "grenade" barrel and the shotgun barrels, that way, both go as far as you want them to. I'll be using this setup with my quadshot, so I know my shotgun barrels are WAY too short.
Edited by Exo, 18 August 2011 - 05:56 PM.