Does anyone know what he used for the breech at all??? Because I have researched this name he gave us on google and nothing came up that was remotly like it...
You can find those at most hardware and/ or irrigation supply houses as a "quick-repair coupling".
When PVC irrigation pipes break in the ground, they can be repaired, but the limited and confined spaces in the repair areas (underground) make repairs with conventinal couplers difficult at best.
A quick-repair coupling is a telescopic coupler, simple as that. It allows the coupler to be collapsed, placed in the repair area, usually cut-away where the leak(s) are, and expanded between pipe ends and glued in place.
They come in most of the usual pipe sizes, but they are pricey. A 3 inch repair coupler cost me $22.00, and I had to buy a pair to fix my irrigation main. Here it is,
named as six-five-two called it, a "qwik-fix" coupling.
I didn't realize that it would make an excellent slide breech.
What's the big deal, people? It's a basic air-powered, solenooid-valve fired spud gun, adapted for Nerf darts. Granted, it's a nice design, and the breech loader rocks, but there's no rocket science involved there.
-Piney- of White Dog Hobbies Armory
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It's to bad you live in hawaii I bet there are not many wars there.Wait what am I saying<b> you live in hawaii you lucky bastard.</b>