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Brass Breech Springer Seal Power Air tube Alpha Trooper

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#1 TactiCreationsCeo

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Posted 22 January 2017 - 01:47 PM

So I have been looking around for a while now and I can't seem to understand this whole brass breech. I am typically an electric modder so I have a much greater understanding of blasters that are battery operated and I am trying to learn more about springers. I know that I need 1/2 inch, 17/32 inch, and 9/16 inch brass round tubes. Do I need 19/32? Can anyone provide a detailed run-through of how to do it? I am trying to brass breech an Alpha Trooper at the moment but have intentions of doing a Tri-Strike as well. So overall I just need someone to explain to me 1. What I need, and 2. How to do it. 3. Any other tips and tricks that would be helpful. Thanks and Nerf On!   

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#2 charlie156

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Posted 22 January 2017 - 03:30 PM

Firstly, you don't need 1/2in brass. If you're going to get brass, 17/32 is the typical choice for stefan darts, and will sometimes be too tight for elite darts. This can be switched out for 9/16 brass which can fit for elite darts. Typically all you need is 17/32 and 9/16. For a brass breech, you have one of two options, 9/16 as your barrel, or 17/32 as your barrel. If 17/32 is your barrel, you can use the 9/16 on the bolt itself and it will sleeve over the 17/32 as a sheath, and when you prime forward, the dart will sit theoretically 50/50 in 9/16 and 17/32. If you're using 9/16 as your barrel, you have more options. you can use the 17/32 as the dart pusher, and push darts into your barrel and create a seal, or do the same thing as you would with the 17/32 barrel and 9/16 sheath, but instead with 9/16 barrel and 19/32 sheath.

 

So basically my suggestion is get 17/32 and 9/16 brass. don't really need anything else.


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Posted 22 January 2017 - 05:15 PM

Firstly, you don't need 1/2in brass. If you're going to get brass, 17/32 is the typical choice for stefan darts, and will sometimes be too tight for elite darts. This can be switched out for 9/16 brass which can fit for elite darts. Typically all you need is 17/32 and 9/16. For a brass breech, you have one of two options, 9/16 as your barrel, or 17/32 as your barrel. If 17/32 is your barrel, you can use the 9/16 on the bolt itself and it will sleeve over the 17/32 as a sheath, and when you prime forward, the dart will sit theoretically 50/50 in 9/16 and 17/32. If you're using 9/16 as your barrel, you have more options. you can use the 17/32 as the dart pusher, and push darts into your barrel and create a seal, or do the same thing as you would with the 17/32 barrel and 9/16 sheath, but instead with 9/16 barrel and 19/32 sheath.

 

So basically my suggestion is get 17/32 and 9/16 brass. don't really need anything else.

Okay Thank you!


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