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#26 makeitgo

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Posted 13 March 2013 - 01:09 PM

The handle doesn't slide down because there's just enough friction to not let that happen unless you 'shake' it down. It does require that you keep your priming hand pushed forward (for now) to fire. I think of it as a safety feature. You can't accidentally fire unless you actually 'intend' to fire. I'm working on a kind of snap notch to remedy this. Only because I'd like to be able to fire with one hand. I'm thinking magnets. But all in all, it's not a hinderance as far as function is concerned. It also doesn't take much effort at all to keep it pushed forward. If you think of any other 'pump action' home made, the priming grip must also be completely pushed forward to fire properly.

If you prime the blaster, let go of the grip, and hold it vertically, does it slide down towards your shoulder?
Would sliding like this affect the reliability of the trigger system?


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Posted 13 March 2013 - 01:11 PM

If you prime the blaster, let go of the grip, and hold it vertically, does it slide down towards your shoulder?
Would sliding like this affect the reliability of the trigger system?


I can't speak as to whether it would slide or not, but it would not affect the reliability of the trigger since the trigger actuates in the opposite direction of any possible motion.

If sliding the tube caused the trigger to fire or something, then the blaster would be de-priming itself every time you pulled it forward to finish priming it.

I'm working on a kind of snap notch to remedy this. Only because I'd like to be able to fire with one hand. I'm thinking magnets. But all in all, it's not a hinderance as far as function is concerned.


If magnets don't work out for you, check your local hardware store for "spring plungers." They're little nubs (vulvas?) used for indexing and tracking and designed specifically for this purpose, but usually require some sort of tap to instal. You might be able to just screw them into the ABS body though since plastic is fairly soft.

Edited by Zorn's Lemma, 13 March 2013 - 01:14 PM.

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Posted 13 March 2013 - 08:59 PM

I can't speak as to whether it would slide or not, but it would not affect the reliability of the trigger since the trigger actuates in the opposite direction of any possible motion.


I meant the trigger not firing anything upon pull.
e.g. you push the handle not quite far enough forward and the blaster doesn't fire because the g-spot is misaligned
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Posted 16 March 2013 - 05:35 AM

Like a said earlier (scroll up), it has to be kept pushed forward to fire properly. If it's not, it won't fire. I consider this a safety feature.

I meant the trigger not firing anything upon pull.
e.g. you push the handle not quite far enough forward and the blaster doesn't fire because the g-spot is misaligned


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Posted 16 March 2013 - 08:18 AM

Like a said earlier (scroll up), it has to be kept pushed forward to fire properly. If it's not, it won't fire. I consider this a safety feature.

If I understand this correctly, this means that this could slamfire, since the catch is only disengaged when the blaster is primed forward.
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Posted 16 March 2013 - 09:23 AM

If I understand this correctly, this means that this could slamfire, since the catch is only disengaged when the blaster is primed forward.


If you haven't guessed by now, holding the trigger down while priming, you rub the G-spot in rapid succession allowing for 'slam firing'!


Yes, the downside as I have already noticed on my version is that you cannot deprime it.
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Posted 16 March 2013 - 10:09 AM

Yes, the downside as I have already noticed on my version is that you cannot deprime it.

Since the blaster is so short, it can be easily de-primed by holding a thumb over the end of the barrel while firing.
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#33 makeitgo

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Posted 16 March 2013 - 11:05 AM

Since the blaster is so short, it can be easily de-primed by holding a thumb over the end of the barrel while firing.


Correct. I also stated this in my pros and cons segment of the write up. Towards the end before the videos.
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