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07 March 2009 - 01:59 PMHey all,
Any of you guys going to the Stalingrad game at Skirmish? It's March 14th.
I'm looking on here trying to find any potential Russian players. Our general just today put up a new allied command forum at the link below.
I am going to stalingrad. If anyone wants to meet up with me E-mail me at Smokingunz357@aim.com
30 August 2008 - 12:46 PMI made a huge bach. Of these paint grenades (24). I've modified it a bit do to available materials but its generaly the same. I love them because they can be easily refilled if they don't pop. Sometimes they pop like a balloon and that just makes them usless and sometimes the washer hasnt gone off but i must say they are cheap and effective. I also made one into a briefcase bomb. Where you pulled the pin out of the side to arm the bomb and then when the other team opens it to disarm the bomb the washer is pulled off by a stirng ties to the lid and a nice stream of paint gushes over the opener. Its a good ending to the game. Thanks for the paintgrenade recipe.
Your right they tend to pop like a balloon if they hit a hard surface for one, and two, if that washer is on too tight. Once I had the washer on too tight though and it bounced and didn't go off or pop. I threw it again and it was about the most beautiful working grenade I ever saw go off. it spun several times
25 August 2008 - 01:27 PMI dont have time to look through 38 pages of this thread, but incase no one has mentioned, I'm sure you could make an easy claymore from that. when ready to use, tie a fishing line to the washer and then tie it up like a tripwire mine. Then just remove the pin when it is set. Don't make it so tight that it stretches and yanks the washer off as soon as you pull the pin though
19 August 2008 - 09:53 PMInstead of a clip use a revolver, and make spare "mags for it" for fast relaoding.
Would be good for role playing..like Pyrite Jim is playing custer...or other games like that just putting it out there. Its ok if you dont like it just dont post
i designed a cartridge type thing for paintball that could be used for that. it would probibly be expensive and not very popular, but it might work. it would be like this (my pic wont scan so bear with me),
a .68cal cartridge with a paintball at the tip (half in the cartridge, half sticking out). inside the cartridge is a small thing (tank, case, whatever you want to call it) of co2/compressed air. when the gun is fired, the hammer hits the percusion cap on the back of the cartridge, bursting the small thing of co2/compressed air. this would send the paintball flying and then the shell would eject like in a normal gun. this design would add to realism through looks and sound (loud pop) and would maybe even help regulate velocity (standard amount of co2/compressed air in round goes between xxxfps and yyyfps).
thats just my idea. sound good? worth its own thread for a better explination or has it alread been done?
Sorry I have to shoot you down here. No kind of paintball like your describing as a paintball "bullet"
would hold to pressures ideal to shoot a paintball from the casing as you describe. what is going to hold a paintball in the case? is it going to be rimmed into the paintball so it doesn't dislodge? then it's going to break. and if it came out freely, it's not going to hold back any pressure. See what I'm sayin? Good thought , but thats why they make bullets from Metals and gunpowder. It's not as messy either
15 July 2008 - 01:25 AMActually, have you considered any possible warping of your original left body half? That could cause problems, even if it's just the slightest bit.
How would there be any warping to the Left Body Half, when the very same Bolt is what holds the Cyclone in place, also without that Bolt, the Cyclone would just easily fall off.
The same way any other thing will warp after tons of abuse. It shouldn't be a problem with a new a-5 though. also, you'd have to think how they are going to mount the standard elbow in place of the cyclone- then you'd also have to plug that air line some way because it's not in use. it's a good idea, but I don't think it's going to happen. if you want an A-5 with a regular feed neck, one of those BT things or US-5's or whatever they are...