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    19 Shot Absolver

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    Nerf Doctor

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    19 Shot Absolver

    Post  Nerf Doctor on Sun Mar 04, 2012 7:44 am

    So, the first(as far as I know) writeup for a 19 shot Absolver. I don't take credit for coming up with this design, but merely for coming up with a writeup. So, first, the barrel part.

    You need 19 pieces of CPVC or barrel material of choice of fairly equal length in a hexagonal formation. I taped mine.

    Then, if using CPVC or a material with a similar OD, take a piece of 3" PVC, and dremel it out like so. I simply set my barrels on top of the 3" and traced where they overlapped.

    Set the barrels in for a fit test, and dremel where needed.

    Then hotglue the bejebes out of it.

    You then put together fittings to adapt down from 3" to whatever coupler setup you have.

    And assemble it.
    You now have a 19 dart absolver
    Here it is on my EPVAT


    It is a little bigger here than it could be, due to me using stuff I had around due to a mistake during a Lowes trip.

    I have not had a chance to range test it yet, as it's currently midnight here.

    Also, I won't have a video of it for awhile. I did have one, but I then watched a movie involving an old house, cameras, ghosts, and people being killed. I thought to myself 'Hey, I live in an old house too!' and then looked at my camera. I quickly deleted the video, as I would rather be ignorant to whatever may be in my house also.
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    Bacara

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    Re: 19 Shot Absolver

    Post  Bacara on Sun Mar 04, 2012 9:33 am

    That thing's cool, shame I can't fit one on my tripleshot (currently uses a 7-dart absolver for ranges of 45' with a 2' spread). I can see this thing being integrated very effectively as an 'oh noes!' attachment for a long range primary.
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    Nsnerfing

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    Re: 19 Shot Absolver

    Post  Nsnerfing on Thu Mar 15, 2012 1:57 am

    This would do wonders with a Big Blast, and Stefans.
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    Nerf Doctor

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    Re: 19 Shot Absolver

    Post  Nerf Doctor on Sat Mar 17, 2012 6:00 am

    I'm not completely sure a 4B would be able to fire all of the barrels. I'm using it with my EPVAT, and it'll fire all of them with 4 pumps, but not 3, so it's real close to not being able to.
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    mister_elliott

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    Re: 19 Shot Absolver

    Post  mister_elliott on Sat Mar 17, 2012 10:18 am

    A 4b would do it WAY over pressure. How come people don't just 'shotgun' load say 3 barrels? Not hassling, just wondering what the advantages of an absolver are.
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    Bacara

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    Re: 19 Shot Absolver

    Post  Bacara on Sat Mar 17, 2012 11:18 am

    Well having used a 3 dart absolver AND a 7 dart absolver in a war (TS with 14kg spring), I can safely say that the more darts get fired, the greater the effect. A 7 shot blast was sufficient to take out 3 people in a recent war. You may lose some range, but the cloud of darts becomes far more effective and evastating at close range. As such, a 19 dart absolver will ALWAYS hit one's target when within the required range; there's just no getting away from the kinda swarm! =P
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    mister_elliott

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    Re: 19 Shot Absolver

    Post  mister_elliott on Sat Mar 17, 2012 2:09 pm

    I mean with multiple darts in one barrel. My 4b when it was alive was very happy pushing 5 darts out to 70ft or so, It'd make sense that with a blocked OPV or a homemade tank you could push 15 from 3 barrels without much trouble, out to around 50ft.
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    Nerf Doctor

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    Re: 19 Shot Absolver

    Post  Nerf Doctor on Sun Mar 18, 2012 5:12 am

    While it may put out near as many, the spread of the darts is what changes. Imagine using it in a hallway around 15 ft wide. There's a line of people from one side to the other. Your single barrel filled with 5 darts is going to hit 1, maybe 2, of them. My 19 shot is going to hit all of them. This is the advantage.
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    ShadowSniper

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    Re: 19 Shot Absolver

    Post  ShadowSniper on Sun Mar 18, 2012 5:40 am

    You should turn this into a tact rail attachment for primary blasters.
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    Bacara

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    Re: 19 Shot Absolver

    Post  Bacara on Sun Mar 18, 2012 6:10 am

    ShadowSniper wrote:You should turn this into a tact rail attachment for primary blasters.

    Have fun getting it to all fit on the tiny tac rail piece and not come off when you move it.
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    Nerf Doctor

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    Re: 19 Shot Absolver

    Post  Nerf Doctor on Mon Mar 19, 2012 3:20 pm

    Bacara wrote:
    ShadowSniper wrote:You should turn this into a tact rail attachment for primary blasters.

    Have fun getting it to all fit on the tiny tac rail piece and not come off when you move it.
    Yeah. Because of the pull to fire this thing, you'd end up pulling it off the rail before you fire it. Also, just to mess with your minds, I'm now working on a 37 dart absolver.
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    killerbunny

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    Re: 19 Shot Absolver

    Post  killerbunny on Mon Mar 19, 2012 4:31 pm

    Nerf Doctor wrote: Also, just to mess with your minds, I'm now working on a 37 dart absolver.

    And I thought a magstrike was annoying to reload...
    If you can't win with 37 darts your never going to win.
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    camo1010

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    Re: 19 Shot Absolver

    Post  camo1010 on Mon Mar 19, 2012 10:57 pm

    I think this concept could be used to make a claymore style mine for wars. Have it set up off a trip wire.
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    Bestia

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    Re: 19 Shot Absolver

    Post  Bestia on Thu May 03, 2012 3:05 pm

    I was thinking bigger air tank (thinking huge)... more darts .. and a Stand to make it point at 45 to 90 degrees

    I call it the Persian Mortar

    Cause tonight you will dine in the shade .... of a storm of darts


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