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#1 Cheefman45

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Posted 29 June 2016 - 07:47 PM

Well guys here comes my first homemade the HR-1 it is a slamfire design that isnt very accurate if you don't know how to use it. I do have a few sealing issues that I am working on.
This blaster currently has a range of about 75-85 feet and is made out of an old bike pump. The front orange tip beside for law and tacticoolness(coop772 reference) is there to hold onto the dart. It is made out of an old reflex IX-1 breech that the air restrictor has been removed from to increase airflow yet stop vacuum loading.

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Posted 29 June 2016 - 07:54 PM

A bike pump with a barrel?
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#3 Cheefman45

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Posted 29 June 2016 - 08:32 PM

A bike pump with a barrel?

The bike pump broke originally and I had to fix it and drilling it wasn't as easy as you think. But if you can't afford the right materials then why not. Also I may try to add bow arms to it and make a kind of aabow or something. But anyways yes it's a bike pump with a barrel simple yet efficient and I haven't seen someone make something like this before. But hey if you don't like it I frankly don't care.
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Posted 29 June 2016 - 11:30 PM

Essentially, this is a HAMP blaster, a High Airflow Manual Plunger blaster. It's a basic design, but you've applied your Renegade style to it.

 

I would recommend trying to find a pair of 1/2" PVC elbows and a 20" section of SCH 80 1/2" PVC pipe. Cut two 1" sections off of the pipe. Glue one to the end of the pump and put the other in between the two elbows. You're going to go from a 3" barrel to a 18" barrel, and have the pump situated in a more comfortable position. Nice job, though. I can always count on you creating something amazing out of stuff nobody else would look twice at.

 

Admins, I suggest you give Cheefman45 the title "Master Renegade" instead of "Member".


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Posted 30 June 2016 - 05:50 AM

Essentially, this is a HAMP blaster, a High Airflow Manual Plunger blaster. It's a basic design, but you've applied your Renegade style to it.
 
I would recommend trying to find a pair of 1/2" PVC elbows and a 20" section of SCH 80 1/2" PVC pipe. Cut two 1" sections off of the pipe. Glue one to the end of the pump and put the other in between the two elbows. You're going to go from a 3" barrel to a 18" barrel, and have the pump situated in a more comfortable position. Nice job, though. I can always count on you creating something amazing out of stuff nobody else would look twice at.
 
Admins, I suggest you give Cheefman45 the title "Master Renegade" instead of "Member".

I didn't know what a H.A.M.P was until now I guess you could say that I applied my style to it though I never thought of having a style but you did give me a name idea or when I upgrade this blaster some. I like the PVC adding idea but I'm not sure I understand it fully is there any way you could draw a diagram of what you are talking about and post it in the comments. I have never had much money for this hobbie so that is why most of my designs are made from old stuff that has been repurposed for new things. Finally "master renegade" lol it's a cool name though.

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Posted 30 June 2016 - 10:53 AM

Regular PVC elbows are 90 degrees. Two of them can be used to turn your airflow around.

With the two elbow fittings, make a U. Extend the U into a J with your barrel. Restore the U-ness with the pump.
When firing, use the two elbows as a buttstock.
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Posted 30 June 2016 - 11:33 AM

I've always called things like these ramrockets (after the kinds of things that you can find in the toy section that shoot rockets and such). True, they're not very accurate, but they can be a lot of fun. With the right barrel, they become decent waterguns, too. 

 

I have never had much money for this hobbie so that is why most of my designs are made from old stuff that has been repurposed for new things.

 

That's one of my favorite things about nerf, taking cheap/old/broken stuff and making something fun out of it. Keep on keeping on!


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