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The Crackerjack Man

Member Since 17 Oct 2006
Offline Last Active Sep 01 2009 10:35 PM

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In Topic: Crossbow Plunger Head

08 May 2008 - 03:04 PM

If you don't want to spend the money on a custom plunger, no offence to anyone who is trying to sell one to him or somthing along those lines, I think you should stick with the broken one. Put a nail or some sort of metal rod through the front, around where the old plunger used to be. And make sure its small enough that it won't hit the plunger tube, but big enough so it holds the spring back. Then make a custom plunger head out of some washers and O-rings, or just use the old one and lube it up.

Just a suggestion.

In Topic: Another Gun Buidling Comunity

01 January 2008 - 09:40 PM

There is some great info. on that site if your starting off or already into homemades, just they dont use spring guns from what ive seen. Just if you do decide to get some ideas from that sight, try to make somthing new with the design, because all the designs are starting to seem the same. Make it diffrent and leave your mark.

In Topic: Homemade:troubleshooting

22 July 2007 - 12:15 AM

Do I need to use anything else to seal the hole, or is the rubber enough of a seal?

I use glue. Just make sure the hole isn't to big for the valve, make it so the valve is alittle tight to slip in. And then glue in. I use plumbers goop or something along the lines of that.

In Topic: Homemade:troubleshooting

22 July 2007 - 12:10 AM

I hope you can get this gun to work. And as for a way to put that valve in. Drill a hole in the end cap of your airtank. Thats what i've done forever and I use those same exact valves that you have in the picture.

In Topic: Camo Paint Jobs

21 July 2007 - 10:44 PM

For my LS I did a snow camo paint job to it. It looks beautiful and gives it that intimidation (sp) factor. So if you use it the correct way and with the right colors it could make the gun look amazing. But the flat green sceme has just bored me.