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    My longshot's brass breach


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    My longshot's brass breach

    Post  MoTHic on Sun Aug 15, 2010 11:54 am

    My new brass breach mod, haven't done range tests yet as I am officially out of darts (lost the first one testing the breach, its our next door neighbors dart now)

    I'm going to help bulletprofvest when he does his, and when we do it we might make a guide, reply if your interested in a tutorial because I don't really want to waste time.

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    Re: My longshot's brass breach

    Post  bulletproofvest on Sun Aug 15, 2010 11:57 am

    The holes make it look badass.
    We have to make some stefans by the way.

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    Re: My longshot's brass breach

    Post  MoTHic on Sun Aug 15, 2010 12:03 pm

    Yeah, the holes also serve a good purpose too, the main problem with the bb is when the darts come out the air bubble that gets trapped behind them (air bubble because of the seal) and when the air comes out of the barrel it despurses all over the place throwing the dart off course. Having a larger piece of brass at the front with holes allows the dart to straighten up at the last minute and allows the air to despurse behind it. Though this does reduce range a slight bit, so the brass on the end is removable. The front bit of brass is also to allow the front gun fit on effectively, and eventually the front gun will have a brass barrel, and this brass piece will guide that barrel into the gun, and keep the airtight seal going. Also... it looks badass XD

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    Re: My longshot's brass breach

    Post  Frankie27 on Sun Aug 15, 2010 12:10 pm

    This should be in the pictures thread, please post them in there.
    BTW, looks sweet man.

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