--SCH-40 PVC (about 1/2" shorter than the stock titan barrel)
--9/16ths brass (9 and 1/2" long)
--Coping saw (or dremel, but you don't need it)
Now, take the PVC and make a mark 2" from the back. Make another about 4" from the back. Now make a cut with the coping saw that goes about 3/8ths of the way down into the PVC. Now cut along the PVC and make the two cuts meet (so that a 2" section of the top falls off). If you didn't figure out yet, this is our ammo loading slot.
Next we make the slot for the bolt. Make a mark just over 1" away from the end of the ammo slot (we're moving away from the back this whole time). Make a second mark 4 and 1/4th" away from that. Now make cuts down into the PVC like last time, except go 1/4th of the way instead of 3/8ths. Connect the two cuts with another cut, just like last time (again). You may want to make a cut halfway between the main two cuts to make it two shorter sawing intervals instead of one long one. Now take the file, which should be about one centimeter wide, and file into the side of your second slot. This part is a place to put the bolt when it is pulled back. Now insert the brass into the PVC and slide it forward so that the back of the brass is just in front of the front of the ammo slot. cut off a centimeter or so of a pencil and shave it down so it fits in the bolt sliding hole (if necessary). now glue this "bolt" to the brass at a position very close to the end of the bolt slide hole.
After I Get My Titan
After I get my Titan, I will take some measurements to see how much of the stock barrel to cut off and some other things. If it turns out that this could work, just hammer the PVC into the place that is sticking off the Titan once it's barrel is removed. If it doesnt fit, sand and file accordingly.
This is how it works: you insert the dart into the ammo slot. Then you pull back the bolt, pulling back the brass. the dart is right next to the second set of air restrictors so it can't go back, and the brass slides back and chambers the dart in itself. Then you turn the bolt into the little extra hole you made so the whole brass barrel isn't shot out when you fire. Then you pump it up and BAM. Now just take the bolt out of it's extra hole, slide it forward, and repeat. Pretty cool, huh?
By the way, I have tested this as a blowgun and it shoots about 20' very accurately (and I'm only 12, not very big lungs)
Edited by Foam: Total War, 15 June 2007 - 01:51 PM.