Shame it was so hard to prime. The TS is fine to prime, and primes back easily. So mine is actually realistic to use, will do a video when i get the speed loader on.
Will be interesting to see how long it takes to fire all 5 rounds..
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clunk07 wrote: and I'm unsure what the stock LS spring load is. I'm sure someone here will enlighten me.
What brass size brass did you use?clunk07 wrote:brass barrel mate, I only use PETG for air blaster's.
I wouldn't have the faintest on the load of the man-spring. 35kg would be pretty massive for a single spring though, and I doubt many people would be able to prime it. Maybe for a few shot's, but not for a war...
oxymoron wrote:The man spring is 22Kg. I think LB got a bit confused by your thread title n thought you had a man spring plus a V2 spring in it.
You never told me you got 210ft from that shot that broke your bolt sled clunk total load would have been around 33.5kg
Mozart wrote:You have no trouble at all?
I don't have trouble priming it, per say, I just can't snap it primed while still aiming. I can actually only just prime it while in an aiming position, it's impractical for me.
You can prime it easily while still aiming, for follow up shots?
Mine's not an Octo, remember? That's straight after the Doomsayer on the list.
Edit: actually, I'm left handed and I came off my bike a few years back, had to have surgery on my right elbow. It's a fair amount weaker than it used to me, I think that would have something to do with it.