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Member Since 05 Feb 2006
Offline Last Active Jun 18 2006 12:50 PM

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In Topic: Frenzybob's Clipped Nf

08 March 2006 - 09:41 PM

I was thinking about a bolt-action clip system with brass, but I decided it would be uncomfortable to use and you could probably work faster just by muzzleloading it...

In Topic: Painting Guns

07 March 2006 - 09:48 PM

I found Krylon a bit crummy for smooth shiny plastic, I perfer a primer layer and then whatever.

In Topic: Has Anyone Utilized The Threading On The Titan?

28 February 2006 - 04:52 PM

Roger that. I already had a weight fly out today, thanks for the warning. I think I might eliminate lead altogether though and just use dabs of glue. Safer, and possibly better too.

But seriously, I'm not worried about overpowering it. I'm going for maximum everything, as I only have to make one shot.

It's a school wide game, played outside of school. Everyone throws in 3 bucks, and winner takes the pot. Split between all survivers at graduation if there is no one winner.

Thanks folks. Right now this gets the best accuracy and range with my Ace Hardware's FBR, with about a 2" dart and weighted with small shot. 1" slugs go far but swing wildly and sometimes drop. I'm going to try longer ones, and heavier ones. I've got plenty of power :P And I'll throw on another 12" of brass.


In Topic: I Found A Good Way To Mount Brass In A Nf

28 February 2006 - 04:45 PM

I think what helps my ranges most would be the fact that I have all those rubber bands on it and the electrical tape around the plunger head. THEN the tight fitting barrel comes into play.

I have made stefans, I just haven't tried them with this yet :P

I can shoot the 30-40 feet across my basement accurately. I caliberated the red dot scope to hit perfectly at this range, very consistantly too. Stefans are inconsistant, that's why I don't like them.

Flat I'll have to check out. I measure them differently then others do I think... About 3' off the ground, against a table.

In Topic: Has Anyone Utilized The Threading On The Titan?

27 February 2006 - 09:48 PM

Ok, I hope this doesn't count as double-posting.

I did it. I found my .5" brass, about oh, 8" of it, and cut out a slot so I could breech load. Then found a 4" piece of the next size up, 17/32nd's, to slide right over it.

Dremeled out all the air restrictions, and I was trying to find a way to mount the brass in the gun, when on a whim, I tried some tubing I have for my aquarium. PERFECT. Brass fit perfectly in it, and with a bead of glue, it fit FINE in the gun. So now I have an airtight brass barrel in my gun, ready to adopt to a clip. All I have to do is make one, and add a handle.

Here's a picture. You can see a grey dart in the chamber, and all I'd have to do is slide back the pipe, pump, and fire.

Before I get "noobed," this isn't for wars. I'm in a big Assassin game and I just need to make one hit. I don't care how. I have three or four other guns too :rolleyes:

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