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#101 Uncle Hammer

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Posted 19 March 2006 - 12:09 AM

My aresnal...

Thats just about all the guns that are worth using.
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This baby is my 1500 which has been modded with some 9/16 brass in some PVC.
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This is my 2k that has been pistol modded sorta and can shoot megas. Has a blue liquid
gauge too.
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This is my 750 which is basically my all time favorite pistol. PETG modded.
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#102 ristrictor-distructor

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Posted 19 March 2006 - 07:57 PM

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i put on a silencer like shroud over a marker barrel wraped in hocky tape

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#103 Team Slaya

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Posted 19 March 2006 - 08:23 PM

I might sound like an idiot after this, but Uncle hammer, are you Lefty on NHQ? Because I bought one of those revolver modded max shots off of him. It looks exactly like that one you have.

=U=

*EDIT* And just for the thread, here's my 5 to 1 barreled Lightning Blitz. Get's around 80-90 on good darts. 15 pumps though.

http://putfile.com/p...221379.jpg&s=x2 *END EDIT*

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#104 Pineapple

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Posted 19 March 2006 - 08:59 PM

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Another one of my hybrids in progress, this time a Triple Torch and 2k turret.

As always, the progress write up is on the White Dog site.


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#105 davenelz

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Posted 19 March 2006 - 11:07 PM

Oh snap!
That triple torch is pure death.
mine used to be my 2nd best blaster before I got into modding.


But those Lock 'n Load's... Bless 'em
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#106 TimberwolfCY

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Posted 20 March 2006 - 01:32 AM

Alright, I'm here to answer the complaints about lack of Crossbow and LnL pics. Some of these have been around, but some I just took, as I'm doing some maintanance on the Crossbow. Here they are...

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PowerClip, clip modded w/two modded clips, and a banded bladder.

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My modded Crossbow with twin LnLs.

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Modded LnL closeup. Uses SCH40 PVC barrel, along with a Chainblazer spring. I have a twin for it, but I can't find the parts to put it together right now.

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My current workspace....coffee tables rock.

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Closeup of various parts. The plunger/coupler assembly is taken from Rawray's design; I used Goop to bond all the parts, with the joining of the coupler assembly and chamber reinforced with hot glue and duct tape, as well as foam tubing (top) to absorb shock and let it fit in the shell properly.

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Exploded view of my Crossbow. I left the foam insulation in because it's a pain to take back out and put back in.

Sorry for the overall blurriness of the pics; I've found my camera blurs images unless it's used with a totally stable platform, like a tripod. Hope you guys enjoyed'em.

Edited by TimberwolfCY, 31 March 2006 - 05:37 PM.

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#107 munson20

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Posted 20 March 2006 - 05:46 PM

Hello, great work on the crossbow, however i have a few questions... Did you cut off the yellow tube coming out of the compression chanmber? i am not sure whether it would help or not... Also, your barrell seems pretty short or is that just me? would it get better range with a longer barell?
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#108 TimberwolfCY

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Posted 20 March 2006 - 11:33 PM

Thanks.

I'm assuming you're referring to that little yellow nub that protrudes from the chamber; no, I didn't cut it off, as I didn't want to interfere with the airflow. Lately I've been wishing I cut it down at least, but I don't think it's impacted the performance too greatly. At any rate, it's not getting changed any time soon, as the coupler assembly has been solidly Gooped, hot glued, duct taped and foam-insulated to the chamber, and I don't plan on undoing all that work. If you're talking about the tubing that was connected to the chamber, that has been totally removed; there's no place for it in a modern Crossbow mod. The brass is actually 8 1/8 inches long, which is around the minimum that most recommend. I honestly don't think it would get any better range from a longer barrel, as all it would do is increase the friction that the dart has to go through; it's already nested, so I'm sure that it get's plenty of air pressure.

Thanks for the feedback, hopefully I answered your questions well.
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#109 fobpawwor

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 12:34 AM

That is one of the cleanest and slickest crossbow mods I have ever seen. I love the color and the enhancements you have done to it. Keep it up!
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#110 TimberwolfCY

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 01:42 AM

Thanks again for the compliments.

Thought I'd post a couple pics of my BBB. Not nearly as cool as my Crossbow, but just as clean.

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Took awhile to get the stock just right. It's Gooped in there well, as you'll see in the next pic.

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The shorter of the two barrels is a "shotgun" barrel, made for preloading four mega-stefans. In testing I got 50 ft with about a two foot spread; pretty effective. In a war I'd carry 7 or 8 of them preloaded for close combat. Currently I don't have a brassed barrel yet, so the long 6" barrel is for "snipering."

Probably nothing people haven't seen before, but I noticed no one cares to put up exploded pics of their guns, so I thought I'd start.

Edited by TimberwolfCY, 31 March 2006 - 05:38 PM.

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#111 Greek Assassin

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 07:43 PM

Nice stock on the BBB. Is that PVC or CPVC?
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Posted 21 March 2006 - 07:59 PM

Yeah that's a nifty stock, but wouldnt the gun be extremely long when cocked?
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#113 fobpawwor

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 08:37 PM

Whats the difference between a cpvc and pvc?
the material?
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#114 Rip32

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 09:21 PM

Cpvc fits micro stefans, and PVC fits mega stefans, thus PVC is larger in its OD, and ID.
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#115 fobpawwor

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 09:26 PM

So, cpvc is like thin walled pvc. right?
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#116 munson20

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 09:58 PM

[QUOTE]I honestly don't think it would get any better range from a longer barrel, as all it would do is increase the friction that the dart has to go through; it's already nested, so I'm sure that it get's plenty of air pressure.

when you say this, do you mean you actually stuff stefans down the barrell? i like to use dart tag bullets so maybe my barrell should be diff?
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#117 Greek Assassin

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 10:03 PM

When using a longer than stock barell, the only way you can increase range and accuracy is by either using a ramrod and pushing the dart down, or by breach loading. If the dart stuck out of the front of a 12 inch barrel, it would only pass through 2" of the barell, negating any posotive effect of a longer barrel. If your dart cant fit down the barrel, you need piping with a larger ID.

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#118 TimberwolfCY

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 11:46 PM

The stock is Sch. 40 PVC; after one saws off the back hole of that area, PVC fits in it exactly, very sturdy. It does make the gun a little long after it's cocked, but it still manueverable. I haven't used it in a war yet; indeed, it's only a back-up to my Crossbow.

Munson20 - I breech load it; that is, every time I fire, I remove the barrel, load a new dart into the back, and replace the barrel. To be specific, I nested 1 1/2 inches of 17/32 brass tubing into 8" 9/16 brass into 8" 19/32 brass into 8" Sch40 PVC. This gives me the best stability and durability possible. The dart starts in the tight-fitting 17/32 segment at the back of the barrel. When the trigger is pulled the plunger flies forward, the 17/32 constricts the dart enough that the dart only flies forward after maximum air pressure has been built. The 9/16 fits the dart exactly, serving as a guide and as the actual barrel. The 19/32 is simply a sheath for the previous tubes so that it fits snugly into the PVC, a coupler for which is the method I used to attach the barrel to the gun.
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My nested brass barrel.
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A cuttaway of the barrel. The green is the 17/32. The red is the 9/16. The orange is the 19/32 over the 9/16. The blue is the PVC over all of that.

Hopefully that all wasn't overkill for you; you seem a generally curious member, and I'm just trying to help you out. If you have any other questions, be sure to ask.

Edited by TimberwolfCY, 31 March 2006 - 05:40 PM.

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Posted 31 March 2006 - 05:22 PM

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SF with Airtech 2k turrets. I figured it should go in here too...
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#120 GeneralPrimevil

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Posted 08 April 2006 - 03:35 PM

My "something with the name other than 'Falcon 2' (Scoped)". That mount base (1/4" plywood) still has to be painted black.

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Oh yeah, the scope is an air rifle scope, so it can handle the repeated shock of the piston/spring. It is pointless, however, to actually be used to aim outside of a distance of, oh say, 35ft.

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Posted 08 April 2006 - 10:25 PM

Well, that is interesting. I really don't get why you people (includint the onces such as yourself, who admit that it is pointless) are sticking these scopes on your nerf guns.

Especially a working scope on a NF.

That's just rediculous. And you yourself are admitting that it is pointless...

Nice dual-barrel setup there. That (of course) is increasing your ROF a bit, I'm just curious as to how it affects (if at al) the ranges that your NF is getting.

Now, as to what you're calling that gun... :D

It's just me, but I think you should come up with something else. From a personal viewpoint anyway. I won't hunt you down and pump you full of stefans or anything, but I don't think I'd like my name attached to a CPVC'ed NF with a giant (relative to the NF) air rifle scope...
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Posted 08 April 2006 - 11:06 PM

Has anyone played Perfect Dark for N64? Remember the Falcon 2 (was there a "2")? It was available with nothing, a scope, or a silencer. That thing was awesome. Hence I called my gun the Falcon. However, since Falcon takes offense to this, well, I guess I'll go change it to something more, well, umm...is...umm...I'll just call it my NF. There, that makes all happy and well...

Well, it looks cool. Pistol wars in West Michigan are all about looks and style, not practicality. Mmmm...masterfully Matrix dodging...

The two barrels did not affect my range whatsoever. All that the original mod is that was done to this was a CPVC barrel with a coupler. So, theoretically, it is a 'breached' NF, like this. The ranges would be the same, only I can get more shots off in a minute than they could...

This thing shoots about 50ft PtG. The only reason why it is doing so is because the only thing I used to seal the coupler to the barrel with was friction, GM Assembly Adhesive, and duct tape. I have yet to improve the seal of the piston and the stock spring is still in there. I have no plans for replacing that spring; however, that piston may be getting e-taped pretty quick...

I need to put something in that big, gaping, shark's mouth of a hole in the front of the gun...

Edit: I decided to read this topic and, well, shoulda edited this sooner...

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Posted 09 April 2006 - 06:50 PM

Okay, nevermind. Call the gun the Falcon if you want...

Just don't call me the "mod master" of Nerf Haven. I am by NO MEANS a "mod master". If anybody should be called that, split the title between a few specifics, namely Cxwq, Bags, Piney, and Starbuck.

I've just got a nice Crossbow/SF/NF war combo. I don't have anything revolutionary, really.

The SplitTech 2k was a new one, and I made it work, but that's only one thing...there are PLENTY more people out there with FAR better creations making them substantially more eligible for the title of "mod master".

I wasn't offended by it, by the way. Actually, I'm rather flattered. I was really more joking than being serious.

Again, it's not like I'm going to hunt you down and pump you full of foam for naming a gun the same thing I call myself, because you weren't naming it after me; you had a legit reason for calling it the Falcon.

Now, if you decided to rename it the "Spoon SnipFinder of Doom" or something, I'd have to personally stick my pocket torch up your ass...
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Posted 19 April 2006 - 05:53 PM

This is my PC, repainted. I named it the Monkey Custom; after using it for a while the name just came into existence. My Splitfire will soon have the same all-black paintjob on the non-translucent side with a small green monkey. There are two clips in the pictures, you can't tell there's one in the gun. The small monkey is going to become my trademark.

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Posted 21 April 2006 - 01:17 PM

I'm new to modding And probally a n00b though but still.
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Ya, i made a scope with the old lens from two nitefinders and a marker. I used what i had around the house otherwise i would have pvc pipe. I replaced the batteries with a second nitefinders dart holders so now mine can hold 5 darts. I also of course go rid of all the restrictors in the gun. It shoots on average 50 ft. The small barrel under the real one is for show but i'm going to unscrew it and put a small flashlight in there now that i removed the target light.
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