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In Topic: How to brass breech?

22 January 2017 - 05:15 PM

Firstly, you don't need 1/2in brass. If you're going to get brass, 17/32 is the typical choice for stefan darts, and will sometimes be too tight for elite darts. This can be switched out for 9/16 brass which can fit for elite darts. Typically all you need is 17/32 and 9/16. For a brass breech, you have one of two options, 9/16 as your barrel, or 17/32 as your barrel. If 17/32 is your barrel, you can use the 9/16 on the bolt itself and it will sleeve over the 17/32 as a sheath, and when you prime forward, the dart will sit theoretically 50/50 in 9/16 and 17/32. If you're using 9/16 as your barrel, you have more options. you can use the 17/32 as the dart pusher, and push darts into your barrel and create a seal, or do the same thing as you would with the 17/32 barrel and 9/16 sheath, but instead with 9/16 barrel and 19/32 sheath.


So basically my suggestion is get 17/32 and 9/16 brass. don't really need anything else.

Okay Thank you!

In Topic: Modification and Paintjob Pictures

09 March 2016 - 05:31 PM

Literally just finished this monster XD. Any feedback is appreciated! It's just a base Stryfe with upgraded flywheels and a sweet sci-fo paintjob.Attached File  image.jpeg   82.19KB   56 downloads

In Topic: Unknown Motor and Switch (and possible uses?)

04 March 2016 - 07:36 PM

Well any motors will work if you can fit them. They may not work well they could even shred darts but they'll spin. With proper batteries heavy gauge wire etc. You'll be fine. I wouldn't trust those switches and since switches are relatively inexpensive I'd get some known switches.

Yeah, I would just use that motor (cut out a bigger hole if possible) and use a better switch.

In Topic: Modification and Paintjob Pictures

04 March 2016 - 04:51 PM

Just made this one, anyone like it? I used a simple Orange Mod Works spring to boost the performance quite a bit. I also sealed the plunger with electrical tape, removed the air restricter, and greased it a little with white lithium grease.Attached File  image.jpeg   92.14KB   51 downloadsAttached File  image.jpeg   91.5KB   46 downloads