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#1 Ares

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Posted 04 September 2003 - 02:26 PM

I was thinking of stefan weights while discussing with my mother, and she said metal rivets. We have tons of metal rivets.Army surpluss. Anyone else try these? I also use golf tees....What about you?
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#2 THE CHEAT

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Posted 07 September 2003 - 04:24 PM

I use half in screw protectors on mine but i also use those things u can get from orchad that are ment to be put on the cubobord doors to stop them from slamming so loudly.
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#3 xedice

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Posted 09 September 2003 - 10:07 AM

I use bb's. They are so cheap and numerous, and you can control how heavy the dart is very easily.
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Posted 09 September 2003 - 10:53 AM

Rawray uses washers, I think...I've personally never tried it, but I'd imagine it'd be better than BB's or slingshot ammo because the weight distribution would be more even.
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#5 Talio

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Posted 09 September 2003 - 11:47 AM

Dude, steel sling shot ammo has it all. Proper size and weight as well as a nice aerodynamic shape. They also sting like a motherfucker when you get hit with one, which leaves out that whole, did I get shot question. They're also extremely economical. One package which will run you about 5 bucks at a Walmart will give you 500 tips. Ask a few members of the LCM and LGLF about my bitch darts, namely Kulhshrank who took a nasty head shot in this weekends war.

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#6 THIRST

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Posted 09 September 2003 - 06:43 PM

This isnt really about dart tips, but in 1/2 inch PVC how do you get the darts to have a good seal without using foam insulation...I tried electrical tape and it didnt work.
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Posted 09 September 2003 - 08:52 PM

This isnt really about dart tips, but in 1/2 inch PVC how do you get the darts to have a good seal without using foam insulation...I tried electrical tape and it didnt work.

you really don't, you just mod your guns with a different barrel material. try sch. 80 1/2" PVC or brass or PETG or other alternatives.
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#8 Jangadance

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Posted 09 September 2003 - 11:10 PM

If you already bought the 1/2" FBR and the stark white colored 1/2" PVC, you're in for some extra work before you can fire those effectively. See, 1/2" PVC actually measures 5/8" on the inside. 1/2" CPVC is a good 1/2" seal, but it's a rather tight squeeze.

If you want to use the materials that you have already bought, you have a couple options. 1) Make your 1/2" FBR micro stefans into Zero darts. That essentially involves putting an extra nub of 5/8" FBR as a tip to your dart, so it will fit well in "1/2 PVC". Check Zero's site for exact details.

Otherwise, you can buy another barrel material and either use it as a substitute or addition to your 1/2" PVC. If you buy brass or funny pipe, you can load that inside your PVC to fix the diameter problem. Or, buy CPVC, copper, PETG, or Schedule 80 1/2" PVC (walls are thicker so the diameter is closer to 1/2"). Good luck modding, if you have any more questions just ask- in a different thread preferrably. But first check other threads for answers; usually you will find what you're looking for there.
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