Barrel Length for Air Blasters
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Posted 27 October 2015 - 07:44 AM
What if I have a titan and am using cpvc from Lowes for barrel material? I currently have around a 10 inch barrel and am wondering if I should add 6 inches of cpvc or more.
It matters what tank. If its a mid volume one like a at3k/2k then 12in of airgun fit. If its a larger volume blaster like a big blast it will need 16-20 depending on dart fit. Some air guns like the sm1500 have a faster air release, which means you should tighten up your barrel so its atleast a push fit. This is mostly just my opinion, from what ive read and seen from videos, but i may be wrong and if i am please correct me below.
Edited by Pineapplepies, 27 October 2015 - 07:44 AM.
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Posted 28 October 2015 - 01:36 AM
How do you determine the length of your barrel when making an air blaster (tank powered)?
Oh boy, he (or she) went there. Well, you can get highly technical and do some crazy math, there is an actual equation that will give you an optimal barrel length somewhere burried in the bowels of the Haven's thread mire. Offhand there's no way I could recite it, something along the lines of air volume multiplied by dart length divided by air release, ext. ext. And you get a very precise ideal length. If all that sounds like too much than any of the other suggestions would work equally well, if not as ultra perfect. You can probably use the search engine and find the actual equation if you were so inclined, I'm feeling lazy right now and don't want to do it myself.
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