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Got a spare gun what do I do??????? Cool upgrade wise....

#1 User is offline   kchadek 

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Posted 07 April 2009 - 03:32 PM

So I got this cheap piranha gun for free and I want to do something radical to it. Before I say anything else I DONT want to spend a ton of money, in other words like less than 20 b/c really its not worth it. I can make plenty of things from wood or pvc though.

So what are some ideas! Throw anything out there! Thats right anything! (just as long as it looks freakin awesome!....for a piranha,lol)

(only idea I was thinking about about was p90 or like a wood rifle, but idk)

Oh heres a lil pic in case anyone wants to picture it better:

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Posted 07 April 2009 - 03:33 PM

You could turn it into a pump.
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Posted 07 April 2009 - 03:38 PM

Get a cheap mask, and revvy, maybe a cheap air tank... throw them together and donate them at your next local scenario as a "Beginners Prize Pack"
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Posted 07 April 2009 - 05:02 PM

piranha shortBow.

oh yea, 15 round ghetto spring feed/ 15 round PVC tubing, without a ghetto spring ( or right to the end of the barrel) and a small 9 once.

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Posted 07 April 2009 - 05:28 PM

ide honestly try to find a cheap expansion chamber and a used barrel and keep it as a decent backup marker...that shouldnt cost you more than $20-30

...if you want to make it unique, buy a few cans of spray paint and give it a decent paint job...
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Posted 07 April 2009 - 06:59 PM

^ shortbow sounds like it might work, a pump would be sweet to not sure how it'd work tho, there is no field by me to donate it to, and I dont need a backup marker since I already have one
good thoughts tho, thanks
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Posted 09 April 2009 - 09:24 AM

heres what i did to mine
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ive got another one which im gonna mount a box mag to, im also gonna drill a hole in the side so its clean vision on top
these guns arnt that bad if you put a bit of lurv into em
they are so customisable, you can change them into bolt action pump, normal pump etc.
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Posted 09 April 2009 - 11:49 AM

That R6 will never go down, it's such a simple and reliable marker that it's worth keeping around. Last time I played every other marker broke down and the little R6 I loaned to a first time player ran great all day - on CO2, in the snow.

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Posted 09 April 2009 - 02:56 PM

ok so i think i decided on making it a pump, anyone have a link or have an idea of how to do it, tried searching but couldnt find a how to
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Posted 10 April 2009 - 03:40 AM

ooooo! i love that marker! very reliable! We have about 20 of them out at the field. 3 years of use and all it takes is a good lube job and some new o-rings to get em running again... one of my favorite field strips! mmm, and a word, don't use the red springs! oh, and you might as well take that dinky sight rail off, it'll strip off. get a beaver tail so the cock doesn't scratch up your mask. a new barrel will help a lot... i'm not sure you can get an expansion for that model though... seeing how the valve area is all one piece... mmm, and be careful when you unscrew the valve plug (silver thing under barrel), it strips like a mother.... (sorry i'm to tired to remember names of things)

get a new barrel, a beaver tail, an ehopper, and a parts kit... you might even be able to get away with swapping out some performance bolts/hammers and an eframe (maybe)! =D


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sorry i just saw that picture and it inspired! haha

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Posted 10 April 2009 - 11:33 AM

It takes a reg no worries, seen it done with a nice LPR. I think the block takes a trinity.
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Posted 30 April 2009 - 11:17 PM

I think turning it into a pistol would be awesome. Perhaps remove the steel hose and put a direct feed thing on it so you can hook in 12 grams and the get a bit-o-pvc and JB weld (or duct tape) that sucker to the top. Or what else would be awesome if see how ergonomic you can make it (or in other words make it feel natural when you pick it up). Perhaps see if you can make it feet natural to hold it with one hand forward on something (cheap reg maybe? Or an exspansion chamber where that hose would normally be) and with the co2 tank on the back. The idea is that the trigger hand (shooting hand??) should have 0 weight on it so your total hand does less work. The third idea I had (as I breifly looked at it) is to see how tiny you could make it. Perhaps mount the co2 vertically somehow and then have the hose run to the under grip (so the air runs from the co2 tank which sits at the back as a wierd sort of butt stock to the connection part up at the front). Just some ideas.

Although as said above having a great little loaner or backup is also a great idea.

Oh and if you want something REALLY fun to do for under a dollar (depending on local taxes) is get a 2 liter of your favorite soft drink (Mountain Dew for me) and drink it (or dump it out) and then cut off part of the top (about where the bottle gets to get straight lines running up and down it) and then heat the plastic so it fits around your barrel (might take some work). Now you have a Dishka which (in my opinion) makes the gun extremely loud (for a paintball gun). I put one on one of my old, loud guns and it began to echo a bit in the woods. ^_^ Best type of silencer (the legal kind) imo (the idea being that if sounds like you are everywhere then people will have a hard time finding you... also it sounds scary).

Anyways I hope these ideas made sense (I am typing this as I have been up for a stupid amount of time).

Hope your project goes well!
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