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#1 xXasskickerXx

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Posted 20 August 2014 - 06:09 PM

I have a singled titan with a hornet pump and 14 inch 1/2" Id copper barrel . It's inside a 3b she'll similar to a mav titan. Any ideas on how I can make it better or if it's battle worthy to be carried with my longshot?The b3 titan

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Posted 20 August 2014 - 07:10 PM

My only advice from a performance standpoint would be to consider a higher volume pump, I don't know how many that little bugger takes to prime, but I usually call about 5 strokes tops for war readiness (I'm a cheap date, what can I say?) Aside from that, my only concern would be the overall rickety-ness of the thing, I also assess war readiness by how well it can be flung in haste and desperation while running through the woods. Essentially, if you wince when a 6 year old touches it, it ain't ready.

Plus, singled titans are hard to get away with in a lot of wars (trust me, I have 5, we've had to hide them in DTGs, volunteer to be point-blanked, and all other manner of silliness).
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Posted 20 August 2014 - 08:20 PM

Singled titans can use a much longer barrel than 14 inches. Try 2 feet of whatever barrel fits your darts best. Also, the stock pump pushes more air than a hornet pump I believe, so maybe switch the pump back to the stock one. And make an absolver attachment so you can actually use it in a war.
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Posted 20 August 2014 - 09:01 PM

My only advice from a performance standpoint would be to consider a higher volume pump, I don't know how many that little bugger takes to prime, but I usually call about 5 strokes tops for war readiness (I'm a cheap date, what can I say?) Aside from that, my only concern would be the overall rickety-ness of the thing, I also assess war readiness by how well it can be flung in haste and desperation while running through the woods. Essentially, if you wince when a 6 year old touches it, it ain't ready.

Plus, singled titans are hard to get away with in a lot of wars (trust me, I have 5, we've had to hide them in DTGs, volunteer to be point-blanked, and all other manner of silliness).

I tried the stock pump but the hornet pump has a one way valve witch is a fine trade off for the smaller volume . it's also far from rickety I can throw the thing away if I have to but I wouldn't want to if I don have to,
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Posted 21 August 2014 - 12:18 AM

My only advice from a performance standpoint would be to consider a higher volume pump, I don't know how many that little bugger takes to prime, but I usually call about 5 strokes tops for war readiness (I'm a cheap date, what can I say?) Aside from that, my only concern would be the overall rickety-ness of the thing, I also assess war readiness by how well it can be flung in haste and desperation while running through the woods. Essentially, if you wince when a 6 year old touches it, it ain't ready.

Plus, singled titans are hard to get away with in a lot of wars (trust me, I have 5, we've had to hide them in DTGs, volunteer to be point-blanked, and all other manner of silliness).

Do you think a mag strike pump would work
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Posted 21 August 2014 - 02:35 AM

Magstrike pumps are a better choice than Hornet pumps, but an application like the Titan requires something far beyond either. That said... Titans shooting single micro darts are a waste. You put in the effort to pump that much air, you should make it shoot something better, like rockets.
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