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Member Since 22 Apr 2009
Offline Last Active Jul 06 2009 07:39 AM

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In Topic: Angel Breech Question

19 June 2009 - 01:34 PM

Thanks GGK.

My mistake on the sizes. Better quesion for this is actaully not about length but the girth of the dart. Better yet, never mind, I 'll just make it and see what happens.

In Topic: Angel Breech Question

19 June 2009 - 12:29 PM

does the 19/32" hold streamlines well?

Or a better question since I am about to buy the brass...does the angel breech as shown on the site handle streamlines (stock darts)

In Topic: A Monstrosity (recoblast 2.0)

10 June 2009 - 01:31 PM

Linking the triggers looks pretty easy. Just open up the back of the recon handle a bit and run a metal rod (a bent clothes hanger should work) between the triggers. I think someone else did this mod but yours looks much cleaner.

Easier said than done. I would suggest using really stiff steel or a really thick metal rod, the BBBB valve gets very stiff when its pumped to capacity. If you use something like a hanger its only going to bend over time.

For longevities sake I would suggest you make sure that whatever link you make is very sturdy.

In Topic: Bbbb : Lerazor Variant

08 June 2009 - 12:03 PM

I could give at dead ratís ass about your range debate.

I AM hella interested in your missile mods, looks like you glued various portions of ballistic balls onto various portions of 4B darts. Run more tests and post successful results along with what didnít work so I can find a use for all my blown-out 4B darts.

Those missiles are cut down BBBB rockets, and the Balls from my Nerf Reactor that I modded. I will make a vid as soon as I get a chance.

In Topic: Bbbb : Lerazor Variant

07 June 2009 - 06:53 AM

We had to do some math with this one as we only had an office to test with.

We used a 6' Shooter with a 6' Target at 100 feet, and mounted the gun to a camera tripod and used a laser pointer to aim at the target. We put the laser in the barrel and then set the tripod.

We shot the gun 10 times with an average bullet drop of 1 foot. Because a bullets flight path is parabolic, we can then deduce the distance the dart would go before hitting the ground. At 50' the bullet would have dropped 4 inches, and at 100' it would drop an extra 8 inches, At 150' the dart should drop an extra 2 feet. And at 200' it would drop an extra 4 feet, then hit the ground.

We found the secret to the power of this gun is rear loading it. You have to have as little dead space behind the bullet as possible. And the trigger must be pulled fast to release all the power at once.

Let me know if my math is wrong here.