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Killer 7

Member Since 08 Aug 2008
Offline Last Active Nov 08 2018 10:28 PM

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In Topic: Spectre Rev-5 Mods

27 November 2010 - 09:06 PM

Well I had some free time today and decided that my Spectre needed some pizzaz, so I crafted some grips for it out of Brazilian Rosewood just for fun. Hope you all like it.
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I think it turned out great, so now not only does it shoot well, but it looks darn good too. And it is a heck of a lot more comfortable to hold and shoot.

In Topic: Spectre Rev-5 Mods

26 November 2010 - 08:59 PM

Just Some Bob is right that tube serves only as a guide for the spring, and for the loaded chamber indicator.

Durkadurka: the plunger tubes look to be almost identical in size. if anything the spectre's might be just a tad longer, but I can give no exact measurements at this time.

In Topic: Spectre Rev-5 Mods

26 November 2010 - 01:11 PM

Spud: I never had a problem with the mav's priming bar breaking, however the one on the spectre feels fairly sturdy. I don't think that it will be breaking any time soon.

I did some more official range testing today. It was very cold today about 32 Deg Fahrenheit so the ranges are just a bit lower than they could be. I was using unmodified sonic micros.
Flat it averaged 46 feet.
Angled it averaged 62 feet.
I would say i could fairly reliably hit a torso at about 50 feet or so. Making this my new favorite backup pistol.

I also found this to be much easier to mod than the mav, I don't know why but it was just a lot simpler for me.

The silver head: Heck yeah the range is worth losing one barrel. I like this gun so much more than the mav.

In Topic: Homemade Problems

14 August 2008 - 09:44 PM

I used a Flow regulator in my homemade Apocalyptic Doom

http://nerfhaven.com...showtopic=12605

Also the right pressure depends mostly on the volume of the firing chamber.
But 25-30 P.s.i. should work fine.

In Topic: Apocalyptic Doom

11 August 2008 - 09:52 AM

It cost me about 130 dollars to make, but I bought enough parts to build another air tank, and change things around to find the optimum power configuration. Although If I had used less galvanised pipe, and used PVC instead, the gun would have been alot cheaper. Also a lot lighter the gun is very heavy. So if I had been focusing on low cost instead of customizability and power then it would probably cost less than a hundred dollars.

Pineapple, I hope you can fix the hunter valve.