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In Topic: O...m...f...g

06 November 2008 - 08:28 PM

How should I make them larger when the only thing I have access to is a freakin' Eye Toy?
If the rest of the page said anything important I would have posted it.

In Topic: O...m...f...g

06 November 2008 - 08:20 PM

Here you go, oops, it was delivered yesterday.

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In Topic: Moddel 2 Stefans

11 October 2008 - 10:51 PM

I havent read about 60% of the topic so far, but I gather that we have gotten very off topic in general:


TC's idea of "rifling" the darts wouldnt work because it would allow air to escape around the dart without pushing the dart down the barrel. The whole reason stefans have a hole melted into the back of them is to keep air behind the dart.

The idea of "rifling" the barrel dosent sound all that bad, but VERY impractical. First, when you're talking about a gun that only fires 100' MAX accurately, sacrificing range for accuracy, is not practical. Secondly, rifling a brass barrel would cause it to have inumerable burrs down the entire length, rifling a PETG barrel would cut the barrel due to PETG being so thin. PVC or CPVC might work, but you would probably need a lathe to do it with, which most people (including myself) just don't have.

Back to your banning of underage n00bs

In Topic: Hurricane Ike

14 September 2008 - 01:57 PM

I live right in between Dallas and Fort Worth, and I never got much of anything.
I was out playing (and later tearing down) sporting clays, and it rained on us, but nothing much.
I actually just got finished de-rusting my shotgun's forcing cones.

In Topic: One Of These Things Is Not Like The Other...

11 September 2008 - 06:46 PM

Actually, if I remember correctly, BBs are made by dropping molten (insert metal here) down into a pool of water. When the liquid metal balls are in freefall, there is no gravity acting on them. When they hit the water they instantly cool. I think an extra big drop fell through the sieve.