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08 March 2008 - 09:37 PMIs that possible? safe?
Plus, what are the all-around benefits of a remote line? :question:
08 March 2008 - 05:49 PMI am thinking about getting/making a new 4" barrel.
Would a regulator/LPK be a smart buy? I was thinking it would help because the gun doesn't need to use as much pressure to push the ball out, and therefor make it more stable.
Is this right? Would it be a smart buy?
08 March 2008 - 12:18 AMPlease specail ops, there are somethings that we cant make in the custom vest builder. things like the recon vest, or the bottom ID flaps on the sabre vest. Plus premades are wicked cheaper.
So why not make a 4 or 6 pod HORIZONTAL design. You could put the tank in between them or above, but it would be great to get a horizontal pod vest without spending a kidney.
07 March 2008 - 11:45 PMOk, my team, Rot van Stoken Mortieren or Squad of Firing Mortars (its probably not propar dutch) has multiple canon type projectile weapons we take pride in our Mortieren (mortars).
They contain multiple shoulder rockets, a few mortars, nade launchers, and we are currently working our biggest yet project, a multi barreled combi-launcher.
It will be made out of presure treated PVC, it will have one very large air containment chamber with little elbows siphoning the air off into 3 barrels. They will lay paralel to the air chamber, one will be for "smoke" type launching, with a barrel the right width for some flour wrapped in TP, the other for either rockets or "cluster bombish" type rockets and a final for a paint blanket barrel that will, hopefully, shoot the paint over a large distance.
Now here is my point, does this make me/us a Hammer/s?
07 March 2008 - 08:42 PMAre stubies (1-5") any good?
are they acurate? is the increase in handling worth it? are they cheaper to make then to buy?