Help With My Chainblazer
Posted 29 March 2003 - 04:01 PM
I can't figure it out, I'm almost sure I have everything in the right place, there's a pic of the internals here, and I'll try and post the pic:
EDIT: nevermind, I just figured out I was trying to put a spring in it that I got from a hardware store instead of the real spring. There was no way it would compress enough to fire. But feel free to reply if anyone actually uses a Chainblazer. I'm doing some tweaks...
Posted 30 March 2003 - 11:25 PM
but! you can, and this should work, make it "speed-loadable" by cutting the grey down a bit, sticking 1/2 cpvc in there, and then adding couplers onto the ends of the cpvc (making it all verrryy short, but still stable) then you just have to .. find some way.. to .. hmm.. how would you space 4 cpvc barrels properly? or would you even have to? Meh, I'm just throwing ideas out there.
Posted 31 March 2003 - 08:00 PM
Posted 01 April 2003 - 01:47 AM
*** *** *** ***! heehee, m-o-d is edited? whats with that? THIS IS A **** FORUM FOR GODS SAKE!
it reeks of forum-125 in here.
Posted 05 April 2003 - 09:43 PM
Anyway, yeah, if you read my edit, I was just trying to put a spring that I didn't realize was way too big into the gun, so there was no way it would come all the way back to fire. I've done a nice CPVC mod, but haven't taken any pics yet (won't come till summer when I get back home).
When I put the CPVC barrels on, I thought of breech loading it like that, but realized after testing for a good barrel length (turned out to be around 4") that a breech like that would probably harder to use than just muzzle loading.
As for the spacing, all I did to add the barrels on was cut one of the chains down to 4 and tape it to the rotating mechanism, then wrap the CPVC with foam until it makes a very tight fit inside the remaining 4 barrels inside the chain. Voila, spaced perfectly and that chain's not going to fall off like it always did before.
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