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Tytus Gerrish

Member Since 03 Nov 2005
Offline Last Active Feb 27 2006 01:21 AM

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In Topic: Nite Finder Help

10 November 2005 - 01:09 AM

The weak part of the NF is the end of the plunger you can use some epoxy on those parts to keep them from breaking.

I suppose if you so desired you could take a large washer from home depot and place it around the slide on the inside and make some notches in the plastic chassis to support it so the spring will have some metal to push on instead of that wimpy plastic.

I just stretched the spring and strapped 4 rubber bands around the slide, and it could hit my brother from 1 house and a half down the street.

Then turned a delrin replacement for the orange thing on a lathe and used a 2" .495"ID .563"OD brass tube on there and now my NF Puts dents into drywall.

In Topic: Rf20 Mod

10 November 2005 - 12:41 AM

To make a PVC reservoir. All you have to do is get a length of PVC. Cap one end put a union and a connector on the other and a hose barb on the end. Use it in place of your air bladder. Because if you donít use the bladder the bladder can't burst. No they do not explode!!! They just go flat like a tire. I use a regulator and a pair of gauges not only because they're cool it lets you have some control over the ROF (rate of fire) of your gun and lets you know when to stop pumping. Although I doubt you could ever get enough pumps from a human into a PVC tank to make it break.

Important: A Pvc Tank will take longer to pressurize and is harder to pump.

I have a small 12v compressor I use off of a battery.

I will post some pics of how to make a tank and that hoses to plug into the rf20 here http://tytus.multipl.../photos/album/7

In Topic: Rf20 Mod

09 November 2005 - 07:40 PM

Thadd, you are on the other side of the house from me and I have like 10 nerf guns in here and tons of ammo what makes you think I wont go over to your room and blast you? Stop saying stupid junk on NH or your going to get yourself kicked

In Topic: Rf20 Mod

09 November 2005 - 06:50 PM

i was thinking about this today and i think if i put a weaker spring in the rf20 it would take longer for the bolt to return to the home position and give more time for air pressure to rush into the barrel. the PC has a weak spring to allow air pressure time to seep into the barrel. seing as how the two blasters have the essencially the same mechanism im certian it will work much better than streaching the spring like i already have.

In Topic: Rf20 Mod

08 November 2005 - 11:33 PM

The rf20 is what I like to call a pneumatic actuated spring gun. All the air pressure does is move the mechanisms and cock the spring. The spring is what actually launches the darts. So you actually have to stretch the spring to get better punch. It is unlike the power clip where the air pressure is actually used to force the darts out of the barrels. Its distance was no better than any other rf20 until I actually stretched the spring. The rate of fire Increases Drastically however!! And gives you the right to go I AM ARNOLD GET DOWN!! And start spraying.