So, I was wondering: how practical would a home-made airtank be? I figured sticking two PVC couplers together with a small segment of PVC would do the trick, and indeed someone already did it.
My question is, how effective would something be like that by itself? He seemed to think it was pretty effective, but also that it was a sort of "secondary tank" or something. So I guess I mean to ask: would it be effective by itself? I'm thinking of doing an integration into my Deploy NerfRogue83-style, only I've got no airtank, or at least one I care to part from the guns they're in. Everything else I'm reasonably sure I could figure out pretty quick based on the other mods around (thanks to Blue for the mod directory!), but the thing is I want to do it fully internally, and I think I can pull it off given this one thing.
Also, it would basically be a homemade internal I'm thinking right now; I'm even considering making a homemade pump for it, so I'm sort of in unfamiliar territory. It'd be a single shot, but I'm wanting to make the Deploy a true multi-purpose gun, one great distance shot, and than a storm of darts as backup.
Thanks for any help.
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