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A write up on a three shot absolver inside the titan barrel

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#1 Sledgefire Suplex

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Posted 26 July 2015 - 10:04 PM

Hello, Nerfhaven! This is a write-up on A mod that I haven't seen before, the inline absolver Titan!

Materials; One Nerf Titan, 2 and a half feet of half- inch pvc, a half-inch male threaded pice, and a 1 1/2 to 1/2 inch female threaded coupler, finally
One sledgefire shell

Tools; hacksaw, non- drying clay/ playdough, and duct tape.

Step one; fit pvc together (should be self-explanatory)

Step two; take off 2 1/2 inches of the Titan barrel with a hacksaw. Clean up the edges with your fingers or a paper towel.

Step three; insert sledgefire shell into the remaining length of Titan barrel. Sledgefire shell can have posts removed or not. I was an idiot and left them in, but it preforms just fine. Also this requires a bit of force, so don't be afraid to use a hammer to tap it in.

Fill in gaps around the sledgefire shell with your clay/playdough and make sure air still flows through the barrels.

Step four; put three (preferably older) darts inside sledgefire shell and attach pvc assembly onto the Titan barrel. (If fit is loose, some duct tape will improve the seal)

Edited by Sledgefire Suplex, 26 July 2015 - 10:06 PM.

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#2 Sledgefire Suplex

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Posted 26 July 2015 - 10:15 PM

You should be able to muzzle load tagger darts and gently blow them down the barrel. The Titan I did this to is still stock on the inside, so the max for it is 15 pumps. That said, it still hits 96' flat, and I consider that a success. To use the absolver, take off the coupling and make sure that the darts are all the way inside their barrels, and six- ten pumps gets forty foot ranges without major fish tailing. The whole idea of this came from a stock Titan that had several stripped screws thanks to my attempts to open it, and I wanted to have a secondary fire option without much dead space.

Pictures coming tomorrow.
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