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vicious foam

Member Since 13 Dec 2009
Offline Last Active Apr 28 2010 04:42 PM

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In Topic: Belt Blaster Rebarreling

06 April 2010 - 07:39 AM

I'm sorry, I don't mean to be mean, but while you did a good job of putting your idea on the gun... Your idea sucked

just sorry but it just wasn't the best idea, there were much simpler ways to get better ranges while keeping the auto feature

Well your name is brutal.

In Topic: Little Bit Of A Raider Issue.

06 April 2010 - 07:32 AM

I already looked through a few Raider threads, and didn't notice this issue, but if it's been answered elswhere, sorry.
Anyways, I took out the AR's, and put it back together. I tried to prime it, and on the way back, the bolt (dart tooth? I don't know if these are the right names) wouldn't fit into the thing it goes into. (black circle doesn't fit into green circle)
Anyways, I took it part again, and I realized it was because the tooth and bolt was too low, and it got stuck on something. By low, I mean, if you were to lie the unassembled gun on a table, the tooth would be too close to the table to fit. If I force the tooth a bit higher, it fits in fine. I think I put the gun together correctly, and the back of the plunger is in the right place, I think, so I don't think that's the issue. Any help?

I had the same problem. I don't remeber how exactly I fixed it. But it took me less than an hour.

Just fadoodle with the internals and try and see whats in the way. Look at internal pictures if you have to.

In Topic: Doubled Recon With Twin Drums

17 March 2010 - 07:22 PM

I think that a lot of the things you did in this ('this' meaning both the recon and the raider mod) could be used in many other modifications. Especially the single handle. I have never seen that before. Correct me if I'm wrong, but that is one of a kind.

A wright up would be greatly appreciated. B)

In Topic: Dtb Singling

08 March 2010 - 07:22 AM

An airtech 2000 is just a compact gun that has a low volume, but high pressure output of air that can get ranges of ~100 feet. Maybe more if you completely overhauled EVERYTHING, but eh. I don't see much of a point in having more than 75 effective feet of range. Anything more is just overkill in my opinion. The airtech 3000 is like a beefed up AT2K that has a 6 shot auto-rotate turret as opposed to a 4 shot manual.
The point of 2 guns that have 70 foot ranges is basically a back-up shot. You may or may not have been to an organized nerf war yet, but if you've ever been to one you'd know that a single shot gun like this is not good as a primary. Just another thing to add though; avoid the whole trial-and-error method when starting out on modifcations... I learned that the hard way. And by hard way I mean the expensive way. Learn from other people's mistakes, not your own. :lol:
And to answer SerpentofSet's response, hot glue yes, is good to put on in masses, but that's also its biggest downfall. (Apart from it's bad air sealing qualities) The thing about Amazing Goop or Epoxy being better is that you get better stregnth with much less volume, making a much cleaner product. Epoxy isn't a good sealant though, just FYI.

Ok, im definately getting the AT3K then. I need some hire ROF on this thing. As to what you said about a single shot not being good as a primary, I didn't intend this weapon to be a primary. I was intending to possible minimize it to fit in my pocket. Now that I think about it though, I do need more options in the way of primaries. Soon I'll be getting a BBB, and I'm working on a shotgun grip LS, but I don't have anything else.

So a DTB-AT3K integration.

One question: Where can a find a 3k?

Acually, one more question: How many pumps for the 100 ft ranges on the 3k?

In Topic: Dtb Singling

07 March 2010 - 03:31 PM

You got me, for a second I thought that whole post was telling me what a crap job I did. I know hot glue isn't the best, especially for this situation, but I'm new to modding in ways other than removng the AR and adding a spring. I'm testing to find the best glue (I like the 'scientific method') right now. I may open it up and do a bit reiforcing on everything. I can hear either the catch or the plunger rod is about to brake.
I was thinking about that last night. I've never done a real genuin integration before, so I think it would be interesting. One question: where can I get a 2/3 K? I hear that people integrate them all the time but, before I bring my wrath of destruction down on the DTG, I want to know what they are.
You can buy a 2/3K from a member here, or check e-bay.
Are they air guns?
Or are they springers?
How are the ranges for how many pumps? (If they are air guns)
How are the ranges to cock and shoot? (If they are springers)
What do you recomend as a good number of pumps? (I think you get it)
Is 17/32 brass a good barrel material for streamlines in them?
And where can I get them?

EDIT: answered another question.

I'm not looking to turn this topic from my mod into what a 2/3k is, just one person answer as many questions as you can. Do not answer the same questions twice unless that person was wrong. Read the posts above yours before you post please!

They are both air guns.
A 3k with its stock pump can only achieve 70's. With a hornet or Magstrike pump(and good tank to turret seal), It can hit up to 150ft.
I have never owned a 2k :( , so I can't help you there.
For the 2k, 4-5 pumps is good.
For the 3k, 3-4 pumps is good.
With these blasters, you will want a loose 8-12 in barrel, depending on the pump that you use. I have never used 17/32 brass, so I don't know its fit on streamlines.

What is the point of having 2 guns that shoot 70s? And why pump for that 70 ft shot when you can simply cock for it? I think that a 3k isn't powerful enough, not without those hornet/magrstrike tanks, neither of which are available to me. :(