Dream of Nullification, on Sep 28 2006, 03:09 PM, said:
could you just tie a knot instead of using a ziptie?
Yes. That would definitely work, but you'd use an extra 1-2 inches of tube per grenade (just an estimate) and it could cut into your bottom line. If you did it for simplicity's sake, I can see doing this.
would regular paint like you buy to paint your house if you watered it down would that work. simple latex paint just in a gallon can instead of childrens section
Sure. You would have to use the appropriate thinner, however and I see 2 potential problems. 1--Certain paint thinners MAY (I'm guessing here) degrade the latex over time. And 2--These paints are probably not washable and may stain your expensive camo's.
heres a suggestion. take a hot needle and push it through the back end of the syringe and the plunger part. then you can put a pin through it and hold it in place freeing up some workspace for you. it will be pressurized when you return to work it but if you need a free hand its handy. just put two holes in the back of the syringe part then id add a few along the lenght of the plunger so you can have it hold in place at diffrent settings
Good idea, as this part of the filling process is the most vulnerable to leaks and spillage.
also where did you get that killer grenade chest?
Got it with one of those value bins of paintballs. DBX to be exact.