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Homemade And Modded Buzz Bee Shells

both work in the RFR quite well

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#1 baghead

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Posted 04 April 2006 - 12:02 AM

After Purchasing an RFR, I wanted to see if i could make something decent out of it, I have bigger plans than this but because I could:

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Ta-da! a Homemade buzz bee shell! and also a mod for the stock shells!

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The Homemade shells are made from Riser Flex Tubing aka/Pex Tubeing. and then are hand wraped with duct tape to fit. They fit inside the RFR Magazine, and Chamber just fine, I'm still having a little trouble with ejection, but I hope to fix that tomorrow.

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The Stock Shells I took a dremmel to and cleaned out all the air restrictors, then I sanded down the inside a little and nested a peice of 17/32 brass inside them.

both barrel types improve range by about 20 feet, I need to go measure conclusive ranges tomorrow morning.

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Edited by baghead, 04 April 2006 - 12:12 AM.

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Posted 04 April 2006 - 01:07 AM

Those homemade shells are so simple, it's sad.

You do most of your simpler mods at your computer, don't you? There's always a keyboard in at least one of your pics.

Very nice. The next question, if I may ask, is who the heck is gonna use it?
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#3 baghead

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Posted 04 April 2006 - 11:30 AM

Those homemade shells are so simple, it's sad.


and the great thing is that they work!

You do most of your simpler mods at your computer, don't you?  There's always a keyboard in at least one of your pics.

Yes, I do most of my simpler mods on my desk in my bedroom, where my computer is. My more complex mods are either done in my garage on the ping-pong table or in my grandpa's workshop.

Very nice.  The next question, if I may ask, is who the heck is gonna use it?


who's going to use it? right now... I guess I am, for fun/Indoor stuff, untill i can figure out a way to eliminate the shells all together. It's fun and all but it would be waaaay cumbersome at a war.

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Posted 04 April 2006 - 08:39 PM

I saw a buzz bee double shot and i thought couldnt you just glue the shells in smoothly and not have to put the shells back in each time?
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Posted 04 April 2006 - 08:49 PM

if you were to use the homemade shells I made, yes, because you can rear=load them.
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Posted 04 April 2006 - 08:55 PM

I saw a buzz bee double shot and i thought couldnt you just glue the shells in smoothly and not have to put the shells back in each time?

I don't think you could just glue the shells in (the blaster probably won't close properly) but there are a few mods around that do something similar to avoid the use of shells:

http://nerfhq.com/ph...ight=doube shot
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