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#1 AnOoB

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Posted 26 October 2016 - 05:05 AM

i found this taobao listing: https://world.taobao...4.527668513455#

 

does someone know if i could use this for a LS breech?


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Posted 26 October 2016 - 09:43 AM

Yeah, it's the same material he uses for his longshot breech kits. From what I understand it has a slightly bigger ID than CPVC but not as big as SCH.80 PVC.

 

http://www.ebay.com/...aMAAOSwLF1X5BlX

 

I haven't bought one of his kits so I can't say if they're any good, but they look dope. 

 

EDIT: If someone has bought one of those kits let me know if they're any good; I'm actually curious.


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Posted 26 October 2016 - 04:37 PM

Personally, as a canadian nerfer, I love the barrels. they have great fit for mine/our darts. But it varies. I know the SG guys love it, but idk about the other places.


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Posted 28 October 2016 - 03:29 PM

could I make an artifact style breech myself?

so the original breech bit pushes the dart into the barrel?

would that work effectively or is a normal brass breech better?

would it work with full length darts?

can i put the aluminium into the original breech and would that be better than the stock breech?


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Posted 28 October 2016 - 06:45 PM

could I make an artifact style breech myself?

so the original breech bit pushes the dart into the barrel?

would that work effectively or is a normal brass breech better?

would it work with full length darts?

can i put the aluminium into the original breech and would that be better than the stock breech?

 

In theory you can. But the system works like a universal breech with a pusher, that pushes darts into the barrel, then seals it. Whether its effective or not is up to how you do it. And once again, theres no better, its just how you make it work, and how you like it. More then likely you wont be able to make it full length darts, its up to you to design and make it possible, but I haven't see it done yet. and uh... I guess, but you'll have to figure out your own way, and it may be better, but it depends on your mods.


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Posted 29 October 2016 - 06:00 AM

usually you see a breech where the dart goes into the original breech but there is brass in there, then that slides over a smaller diameter tube in the barrel. (right?)

would it have any positive effect on performance to do the aluminium insert but no longer barrel? (because there is only one size of aluminium)

or is the artifact style breech better. (and why?)

 

 

In theory you can. But the system works like a universal breech with a pusher, that pushes darts into the barrel, then seals it. Whether its effective or not is up to how you do it. And once again, theres no better, its just how you make it work, and how you like it. More then likely you wont be able to make it full length darts, its up to you to design and make it possible, but I haven't see it done yet. and uh... I guess, but you'll have to figure out your own way, and it may be better, but it depends on your mods.

so what is the right way to do it?


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Posted 01 November 2016 - 09:10 AM

or is the artifact style breech better. (and why?)

Pushing the dart forward and out of the magazine is better because

 

1. It allows you to use whatever length of dart you want to

2. It allows you to use whatever length of barrel you want to.

 

Breeches that would similarly to the stock ones have a very limited effective barrel length and are much more prone to clipping or crushing darts.


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Posted 02 November 2016 - 12:25 PM

Pushing the dart forward and out of the magazine is better because

 

1. It allows you to use whatever length of dart you want to

2. It allows you to use whatever length of barrel you want to.

 

Breeches that would similarly to the stock ones have a very limited effective barrel length and are much more prone to clipping or crushing darts.

ok thanks, but how would i make that? how can i make the original breech seal to the barrel?


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Posted 05 November 2016 - 11:28 PM

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