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#1 Bryansuh

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Posted 05 November 2016 - 11:46 PM

do any of you have guns with beefed up springs? of course you do. thats why you are here on this site, on this forum. but do any of your guns scare you? like 'dayum if this plastic gives, somebody might get hurt.'. If you have any id like to know what gun, spring/ airtank you are using

 

personally what scares me is my triad. that might sound silly but wait for it... there are THREE decently powerful springs in there. a jolt spring, a retaliator and a firestrike. it is actually harder to prime than my strongarm or my magnus. I DONT HAVE ANY EPOXY OR ANY KIND OF SUPPORT. if the screws come loose, then im screwed XD pun intended.

 

if any of you are curious about how i fit the springs in there, its really easy. grind the inside of the plunger head with sand paper till the firestrike spring can fit and squish easily. then add the jolt and the retaliator and assemble. BAM you have a hand cannon.

 

which guns scare you the most? personally i think a crazy guy on youtube called joergsprave has all the air tank posts beat. his airzooka can hold so much air, the moisture inside the air condenses into a cloud as it is released. i know its not a nerf gun, but dayum that thing can shoot.

 

 

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#2 Montymarks

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Posted 06 November 2016 - 04:28 PM

It could explode, but only if you are trying to make it.

Like if you didnt screw the screws in fully of if you left it primed for a couple days like that.

Then it might explode.

Or the plunger rod/head would shatter.

I know from experiance.

 

Also...

I'm baaaccckkk...

Its been a month (ish, not sure).

 

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sorry for how I was a year ago


#3 Vexal

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Posted 07 November 2016 - 07:36 PM

You could, as dangerous as this sounds, unscrew the thing, smother each screw in some sort of glue or epoxy, and then screw it back in for additional support
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#4 Bryansuh

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Posted 08 November 2016 - 09:12 AM

You could, as dangerous as this sounds, unscrew the thing, smother each screw in some sort of glue or epoxy, and then screw it back in for additional support

but then i couldnt get the springs back.... the retaliator costs 45 freakin bucks in korea alone.... also it seems pretty stable. although the smart AR is getting a bit glitchy. sometimes it works some times not. but the increase in accuracy and sheer power is probably worth it.


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#5 Vexal

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Posted 09 November 2016 - 08:12 PM

but then i couldnt get the springs back.... the retaliator costs 45 freakin bucks in korea alone.... also it seems pretty stable. although the smart AR is getting a bit glitchy. sometimes it works some times not. but the increase in accuracy and sheer power is probably worth it.


You could just get the OMW retaliator replacement spring, and by the time you'd want your springs back id assume your gun would be toast, so you can just cut into the shell
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