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#357352 Modification and Paintjob Pictures

Posted by UnscrupulousModefiler on 30 December 2016 - 07:45 AM

Work In Progress. "The HushPuppy" - Demolisher Bullpup. Built for balance and ergonomics as a more compact replacement for my Rapnadomolisher primary.


Current build-log here.

'Tater-Cam shell-disassembly vid here.


Shell: Demolipuppy'd Demolisher, Stampede "flash-suppressor" barrel attachment (Spectre inner barrel and mount), Strongarm grip, Stampede thumbhole, RS stock, Praxis barrel for battery tray.


Internals: Recon inner barrel, Artifact Red flywheel cage, Worker serrated wheels, 3x re-claimed FK180-3539 motors, RS pusher-box, 2x Samsung INR25R-18650 drop-in's in custom removable battery box.




RS pusher-box fitted, Firestrike motor-covers for FWC 180 motors, Nightfinder for pusher-box 180 motor, minimised RS stock:



3v Tac-light and targeting LLLLLLLLLaserrrrrr mounted internally:



Nightfinder voltmeter housing:


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#351760 Modification and Paintjob Pictures

Posted by UnscrupulousModefiler on 24 February 2016 - 08:54 PM

What's on workbench at the moment:



"RaptorStrike" (Work In Progress). Ultraminimised Rapidstrike re-shelled in a Tornado Strike body, with integrated Demolisher launcher. Currently running 180's and teeny-tiny 2S lipo in a power-stock until I fit the triggers and sort the wiring properly. Just sorted rev and pusher-motor triggers and switches. Because I inadvertently cut off the supports for the pusher-motor control switch when minimising, I've decided to go with MTB's Rapidstrike wiring-loom. Some shots of the basic internals here.




And some older stuff:


"The Postman" - 8.jpg

The "Postman". 'Cause he always rings twice. Hammershot/Messenger masterkey integration. Hammershot trigger sorted to first fire Hammershot (on a hair-trigger), then the Messenger (with a longer pull). Have run Messenger before as a shotgun, but prefering it now in it's usual 1-2-3 firing sequence.


Edit: Firing video here.


Nerkita - 72.jpg

"Nerkita" Rayven. Hypercats Dewalt coil-nailgun "homage". Makita 9.6v NiCd battery fully integrated to run the Rayven. This one currently running stock motors on improved wiring and switchgear; Mark 2 has 180's, INR-18650's (and an infinitely better paint-job ...eventually).



The "MessStrike". Messenger/Firestrike integration. My take on SBNC Rob's Retaliator-gripped Messenger. Brassed, air-flow tuned and running the legendary Champion BS0939 (3-3/4" x 5/8" x 16G) AU$2.00 spring addition. No chrono so will make no wild claims ... you'll just have to trust that it's pretty decent. Some comparative spring data here though.

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