Oz Nerf - Australian Nerf Community

Would you like to react to this message? Create an account in a few clicks or log in to continue.
Oz Nerf - Australian Nerf Community

Nerfing down under!. Oz Nerf - Australian Nerf Community

If you're new to the forums please do the following.
1. Read the Forum Rules before posting!
2. Update your location, age and avatar TRUTHFULLY
3. Introduce yourself in the Welcome to Oznerf forum section =)

Navigation

Statistics

Our users have posted a total of 52416 messages in 3425 subjects

We have 1922 registered users

The newest registered user is RTItemplar

Latest topics

» gold coast nerf war?
by ShaGGz LMS Fri Oct 07, 2016 3:49 pm

» nerf clearout
by Runeblade Wed Sep 07, 2016 7:03 am

» How to replace the Longshot trigger plate?
by neon64bit Mon Jan 04, 2016 9:42 am

» Mid North Coast/Hunter War Organisation
by Vampros Thu Dec 31, 2015 6:18 pm

» WTB felt for slugs
by Richo123 Sat Oct 24, 2015 6:21 am

January 2022

MonTueWedThuFriSatSun
     12
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
31      

Calendar Calendar


+9
|Shadow|
JacobYeah
retrias
melbnerf619
False
zer0metal
Joey
ZeusPwns
clunk07
13 posters

    CWC Clip-fed Titan

    clunk07
    clunk07
    Administrator
    Administrator


    Posts : 2953
    Join date : 2011-02-02
    Age : 41
    Location : Blackwater, Queensland

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  clunk07 Fri Sep 16, 2011 10:22 am

    Hey guys,

    Quick project I knocked over today, after night shift.

    Clip-fed Titan barrel attachment, using half a Raider, and some pieces off a Recon.

    I'll go in to a proper write-up once I've had some sleep.

    This is the breech - made from 20mm electrical conduit. Approximately 13cm long. The black e-taped end sits inside the air release post of the Titan. The red e-taped end sits inside the recon barrel adapter.

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Imag0011

    The rocket post - cut-down so that it doesn't protrude from the Raider Shell, and a slot cut for the clip to fit in to.

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Imag0013

    The Recon barrel attachment adapter and the 25mm conduit that runs from the adapter through to the recon barrel extension.

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Imag0014

    The Recon barrel attachment adapter with the 25mm conduit attached.

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Imag0117

    The inside of the Recon barrel extension. Remove most of the internal plastic to allow the 25mm conduit to fit.

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Imag0118

    Completed Raider middle section. Note the 25mm conduit spacer section that extends inside the Recon barrel extension. Essentially, this is an extension of the breech. The 20mm conduit/petg barrel runs inside of this, and the Recon barrel extension slides along it.

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Dsc_1516

    The Recon barrel extension. 20mm conduit barrel extends out the front, with faux suppressor. The other end houses the 2ft long piece of petg.

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Dsc_1517

    Fully Assembled:

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Dsc_1513

    Breech open:

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Dsc_1514

    I used the barrel extension adapter mounted to the Raider - this makes the barrel completely secure, unlike a couple of other breeches for the Titan that I've made in the past. You twist the Recon barrel extension, and then slide it forwards and then back in to position to chamber the next round.

    Unit Disassembled:

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Dsc_1515

    The pic's should be pretty self-explanatory.

    But, just to add a bit more info:

    Start by cutting the Raider shell as seen in the pic. Remove any internal plastic that may be in the way. The Rocket post needs to fit snugly inside the Raider shell.

    Cut the Rocket post so that the end is almost flush with the forward end of the Raider shell. Cut the slot to allow the clip to enter in to the breech. Align the clip slot with the Raider magwell, and hot glue the Rocket post to the Raider shell.

    Cut the breech out of 20mm conduit. Cut the end off the Titan air-release, and dremel it out to allow the 20mm breech to fit inside. If you make it too big, you'll need to add a bit of e-tape, as seen in the pic.

    On the other end the breech, add a little bit of e-tape so that it is a snug fit inside some 25mm conduit. Cut a small space of 25mm conduit, approx 20cm long. Glue this on to the forward end of the breech.

    Cut the Recon barrel attachment adapter as shown in the pic. Glue this to a spacer made out of 25mm pvc, approx 10mm long.

    So, what you have so far is:

    20mm breech. The front end of the breech is nested and glued to a 20cm long piece of 25mm conduit. At the same end, slide the recon barrel adapter and 25mm pvc spacer in to position, and glue to the 25mm conduit. Then, glue the pvc to the front of the Rocket post. The rear end of the breech should be flush with the end of the thread of the Rocket post.
    Obviously, you'll need to do some fairly accurate measuring for this to all align properly.

    Lastly - gut the internals of the Recon barrel extension, to allow the 25mm conduit to fit nicely. Widen the front of the Recon barrel, so that 20mm conduit fits snugly.

    Make your barrel out of a 2ft long piece of petg, and nest that inside some 20mm conduit. I used a piece approx 45cm long. You'll need to trim the 20mm conduit length so that the barrel extension connects properly, and it doesn't interfere with the breech.

    Once everything has been test-fitted, glue the barrel to the barrel extension - and you're essentially finished.

    All that's left is to cover the holes at the front and rear of the Raider shell. Also, you can make the faux suppressor if you wish. I just used a piece of 25mm pvc.


    EDIT: Finished product with some further aesthetic mods:

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Dsc_0210


    Cheers,



    Last edited by clunk07 on Wed Sep 05, 2012 6:17 am; edited 4 times in total


    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    CWC Clip-fed Titan Cwc_lo10

    Clunk Weapons Co. Blaster-smith Services:
    Commissions offered on Stampede, LongShot, Spectre, LED Maverick.

    CWC Blaster-smith Services
    CWC Custom Paint
    ZeusPwns
    ZeusPwns


    Posts : 345
    Join date : 2011-06-07
    Age : 26
    Location : Melbourne, Victoria

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  ZeusPwns Fri Sep 16, 2011 10:26 am

    Its, Its, Its, ............... Beautiful *crys* OMG, nice work Clunk!!
    Joey
    Joey


    Posts : 551
    Join date : 2010-08-07
    Age : 34
    Location : Brisbane

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  Joey Fri Sep 16, 2011 10:57 am

    Paint it the same and I bet it will look all natural, nice job


    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    Slydev nerf parts and accessories store
    clunk07
    clunk07
    Administrator
    Administrator


    Posts : 2953
    Join date : 2011-02-02
    Age : 41
    Location : Blackwater, Queensland

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  clunk07 Fri Sep 16, 2011 11:23 am

    Joey wrote:Paint it the same and I bet it will look all natural, nice job

    Yeh mate,

    Have only done undercoat. It's actually going on a different Titan, and I haven't thought of a paint scheme yet.

    Cheers,


    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    CWC Clip-fed Titan Cwc_lo10

    Clunk Weapons Co. Blaster-smith Services:
    Commissions offered on Stampede, LongShot, Spectre, LED Maverick.

    CWC Blaster-smith Services
    CWC Custom Paint
    zer0metal
    zer0metal


    Posts : 20
    Join date : 2010-01-06
    Age : 34
    Location : Sydney

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  zer0metal Fri Sep 16, 2011 11:46 am

    Dude thats awesome, You know its a nice mod when it looks like its meant to be part of the blaster.
    False
    False


    Posts : 253
    Join date : 2010-04-25
    Age : 23
    Location : Gold Coast, Queensland.

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  False Fri Sep 16, 2011 12:53 pm

    Yeah that looks awesome.

    I can't wait to see it the same colour, haha.
    melbnerf619
    melbnerf619


    Posts : 711
    Join date : 2011-01-22
    Age : 25
    Location : E-Hills Melbourne

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  melbnerf619 Fri Sep 16, 2011 1:25 pm

    this is amazing. I'm going to start one as soon as I can be bothered. I've got all the parts. Kudos.

    -James
    clunk07
    clunk07
    Administrator
    Administrator


    Posts : 2953
    Join date : 2011-02-02
    Age : 41
    Location : Blackwater, Queensland

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  clunk07 Fri Sep 16, 2011 3:08 pm

    melbnerf619 wrote:this is amazing. I'm going to start one as soon as I can be bothered. I've got all the parts. Kudos.

    -James

    Yeh mate, literally only took a couple of hours, and that was after being awake for 20 hours, with a shift at work as well.

    I used:

    * Recon barrel extension
    * 1/2 Raider shell
    * Recon barrel attachment adapter
    * 20mm conduit - approx 3 feet
    * 25mm conduit - approx 1 foot
    * inf0rm3r petg - 2 feet
    * 25mm pvc - 7 inches
    * Titan Rocket post
    * E-tape and hot glue
    * 5 minute Araldite

    And, a few other odd's and ends, mainly for cosmetic's.

    I'll hopefully get a small write-up done on these day's off, just showing a few dimensions etc.

    Cheers,


    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    CWC Clip-fed Titan Cwc_lo10

    Clunk Weapons Co. Blaster-smith Services:
    Commissions offered on Stampede, LongShot, Spectre, LED Maverick.

    CWC Blaster-smith Services
    CWC Custom Paint
    retrias
    retrias


    Posts : 10
    Join date : 2011-07-20
    Age : 30
    Location : Perth-WA

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  retrias Sat Sep 17, 2011 1:31 pm

    Oh god,a NERF Clip titan ? not RSCB or whatever homemade clip? Nice one clunk, I wonder where do you get this ideas
    clunk07
    clunk07
    Administrator
    Administrator


    Posts : 2953
    Join date : 2011-02-02
    Age : 41
    Location : Blackwater, Queensland

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  clunk07 Sat Sep 17, 2011 2:24 pm

    retrias wrote:Oh god,a NERF Clip titan ? not RSCB or whatever homemade clip? Nice one clunk, I wonder where do you get this ideas

    haha - most of my ideas come from being lazy...

    Cheers,


    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    CWC Clip-fed Titan Cwc_lo10

    Clunk Weapons Co. Blaster-smith Services:
    Commissions offered on Stampede, LongShot, Spectre, LED Maverick.

    CWC Blaster-smith Services
    CWC Custom Paint
    clunk07
    clunk07
    Administrator
    Administrator


    Posts : 2953
    Join date : 2011-02-02
    Age : 41
    Location : Blackwater, Queensland

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  clunk07 Sat Sep 17, 2011 4:05 pm

    Write-up completed.

    I haven't gone in-depth too much, as the pic's pretty much tell the story.

    You'll have to do a bit of test-fitting etc, but in the end, it's a fairly simple mod.

    Cheers,


    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    CWC Clip-fed Titan Cwc_lo10

    Clunk Weapons Co. Blaster-smith Services:
    Commissions offered on Stampede, LongShot, Spectre, LED Maverick.

    CWC Blaster-smith Services
    CWC Custom Paint
    clunk07
    clunk07
    Administrator
    Administrator


    Posts : 2953
    Join date : 2011-02-02
    Age : 41
    Location : Blackwater, Queensland

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  clunk07 Thu Feb 23, 2012 8:04 am

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Dsc_0210




    Cheers,


    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    CWC Clip-fed Titan Cwc_lo10

    Clunk Weapons Co. Blaster-smith Services:
    Commissions offered on Stampede, LongShot, Spectre, LED Maverick.

    CWC Blaster-smith Services
    CWC Custom Paint
    JacobYeah
    JacobYeah


    Posts : 206
    Join date : 2011-10-15
    Age : 24
    Location : Sydney

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  JacobYeah Thu Feb 23, 2012 8:30 am

    Im shaking in my boots! lol




    Thats cool. Ill have to make one when i get a titan, and another raider, and another recon....
    |Shadow|
    |Shadow|


    Posts : 190
    Join date : 2011-09-08
    Age : 45
    Location : Bundaberg, Queensland

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  |Shadow| Thu Feb 23, 2012 8:30 am

    I'm not really into air blasters but DAM that is once nice looking Titan!
    And it being clip fed is just brilliant.

    All it needs now is an air compressor : D

    clunk07
    clunk07
    Administrator
    Administrator


    Posts : 2953
    Join date : 2011-02-02
    Age : 41
    Location : Blackwater, Queensland

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  clunk07 Thu Feb 23, 2012 8:45 am

    |Shadow| wrote:I'm not really into air blasters but DAM that is once nice looking Titan!
    And it being clip fed is just brilliant.

    All it needs now is an air compressor : D


    Yeh, I'm not a big air blaster man myself... just the Titan really for the moment.

    I considered an AC, but it only takes 2 pumps, so didn't really think it was worth all the hassle and noise.

    Cheers,


    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    CWC Clip-fed Titan Cwc_lo10

    Clunk Weapons Co. Blaster-smith Services:
    Commissions offered on Stampede, LongShot, Spectre, LED Maverick.

    CWC Blaster-smith Services
    CWC Custom Paint
    |Shadow|
    |Shadow|


    Posts : 190
    Join date : 2011-09-08
    Age : 45
    Location : Bundaberg, Queensland

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  |Shadow| Thu Feb 23, 2012 9:13 am

    clunk07 wrote:
    |Shadow| wrote:I'm not really into air blasters but DAM that is once nice looking Titan!
    And it being clip fed is just brilliant.

    All it needs now is an air compressor : D


    Yeh, I'm not a big air blaster man myself... just the Titan really for the moment.

    I considered an AC, but it only takes 2 pumps, so didn't really think it was worth all the hassle and noise.

    Cheers,

    Indeed they are ... But i was thinking how many high powered semi-auto shots you could get off in a row with AC hooked up.
    clunk07
    clunk07
    Administrator
    Administrator


    Posts : 2953
    Join date : 2011-02-02
    Age : 41
    Location : Blackwater, Queensland

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  clunk07 Thu Feb 23, 2012 9:21 am

    Yeh, I also was considering that angle too.

    At some point, I'll be installing a RF-20 bladder, and will probably go with the air compressor with that.

    Guesstimate says I should get 5 or 6 full shots with the bladder. I'd prefer that option, than having the noise of the air compressor running all the time.

    Cheers,


    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    CWC Clip-fed Titan Cwc_lo10

    Clunk Weapons Co. Blaster-smith Services:
    Commissions offered on Stampede, LongShot, Spectre, LED Maverick.

    CWC Blaster-smith Services
    CWC Custom Paint
    |Shadow|
    |Shadow|


    Posts : 190
    Join date : 2011-09-08
    Age : 45
    Location : Bundaberg, Queensland

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  |Shadow| Thu Feb 23, 2012 9:26 am

    Yeah that would be nice, but maybe a small paintball Co2/air tank to replace the pump eheh
    clunk07
    clunk07
    Administrator
    Administrator


    Posts : 2953
    Join date : 2011-02-02
    Age : 41
    Location : Blackwater, Queensland

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  clunk07 Sat Apr 14, 2012 5:03 am



    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    CWC Clip-fed Titan Cwc_lo10

    Clunk Weapons Co. Blaster-smith Services:
    Commissions offered on Stampede, LongShot, Spectre, LED Maverick.

    CWC Blaster-smith Services
    CWC Custom Paint
    night stalker
    night stalker


    Posts : 129
    Join date : 2011-04-28
    Age : 22
    Location : beudesert qld

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  night stalker Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:43 am

    WOW clunk, how do yo do stuff like this, its amazing!!!
    I really do admire your work, nice job. ;D
    clunk07
    clunk07
    Administrator
    Administrator


    Posts : 2953
    Join date : 2011-02-02
    Age : 41
    Location : Blackwater, Queensland

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  clunk07 Sat Apr 14, 2012 11:48 am

    night stalker wrote:WOW clunk, how do yo do stuff like this, its amazing!!!
    I really do admire your work, nice job. ;D

    Just a bit of imagination, some time, patience, and no fear of learning from mistakes.
    That, and a lot of practice helps too. Thanks for your encouragement.

    Cheers,


    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    CWC Clip-fed Titan Cwc_lo10

    Clunk Weapons Co. Blaster-smith Services:
    Commissions offered on Stampede, LongShot, Spectre, LED Maverick.

    CWC Blaster-smith Services
    CWC Custom Paint
    MRGenie
    MRGenie


    Posts : 45
    Join date : 2011-12-30
    Age : 23
    Location : S.A

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  MRGenie Tue May 01, 2012 1:10 pm

    Hey Clunk,

    I was wondering if you could make one of those for me (general inquiry ATM, will PM if serious) because I live in Laos, which is in South east Asia. I am not readily provided with these resources so if you could make one (again, just inquiry at this stage) for me that would be great. (my titan was from a friend here) .

    Thanks,

    MRGenie
    ShadowSniper
    ShadowSniper


    Posts : 63
    Join date : 2012-03-07
    Age : 22
    Location : Hobart, Tasmania

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  ShadowSniper Tue May 01, 2012 1:30 pm

    |Shadow| wrote:I'm not really into air blasters but DAM that is once nice looking Titan!
    And it being clip fed is just brilliant.

    All it needs now is an air compressor : D


    Correction! OH DAYUUMMMM!
    clunk07
    clunk07
    Administrator
    Administrator


    Posts : 2953
    Join date : 2011-02-02
    Age : 41
    Location : Blackwater, Queensland

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  clunk07 Tue May 01, 2012 1:33 pm

    MRGenie wrote:Hey Clunk,

    I was wondering if you could make one of those for me (general inquiry ATM, will PM if serious) because I live in Laos, which is in South east Asia. I am not readily provided with these resources so if you could make one (again, just inquiry at this stage) for me that would be great. (my titan was from a friend here) .

    Thanks,

    MRGenie

    Hey mate,

    I'm a bit reluctant to commission one of these, due to the massive power and velocity. I've been approached a few times, but to be honest, I'd prefer not. If you've already got a Titan, the only other bits you need is a mag well of some kind (you can use a Raider, AT, Recon etc) and a Recon barrel extension, and achieve the same results. None of the materials should be too hard to obtain.

    Cheers,


    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    CWC Clip-fed Titan Cwc_lo10

    Clunk Weapons Co. Blaster-smith Services:
    Commissions offered on Stampede, LongShot, Spectre, LED Maverick.

    CWC Blaster-smith Services
    CWC Custom Paint
    night stalker
    night stalker


    Posts : 129
    Join date : 2011-04-28
    Age : 22
    Location : beudesert qld

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  night stalker Tue May 01, 2012 2:08 pm

    Hey Clunk, would this work with BBUMBs ???


    Last edited by night stalker on Tue May 01, 2012 2:56 pm; edited 1 time in total
    clunk07
    clunk07
    Administrator
    Administrator


    Posts : 2953
    Join date : 2011-02-02
    Age : 41
    Location : Blackwater, Queensland

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  clunk07 Tue May 01, 2012 2:18 pm

    night stalker wrote:Hey Cluck, would this work with BBUMBs ???

    F#$king Hell mate, could you at least spell my name correctly....

    If you're prepared for a bit of thinking, you should be able to clip-feed any single-barrelled air blaster.

    Cheers,


    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    CWC Clip-fed Titan Cwc_lo10

    Clunk Weapons Co. Blaster-smith Services:
    Commissions offered on Stampede, LongShot, Spectre, LED Maverick.

    CWC Blaster-smith Services
    CWC Custom Paint
    Acerised
    Acerised


    Posts : 618
    Join date : 2010-10-24
    Age : 27
    Location : North Brisbane

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  Acerised Tue May 01, 2012 2:20 pm

    A standard clip accepting sliding breech would work. Here's my tutorial in making one.

    http://www.oznerf.com/t4721-acerised-s-clip-accepting-sliding-breech-tutorial
    clunk07
    clunk07
    Administrator
    Administrator


    Posts : 2953
    Join date : 2011-02-02
    Age : 41
    Location : Blackwater, Queensland

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  clunk07 Tue May 01, 2012 2:21 pm

    acerised wrote:A standard clip accepting sliding breech would work. Here's my tutorial in making one.

    http://www.oznerf.com/t4721-acerised-s-clip-accepting-sliding-breech-tutorial

    haha... that's the easy way out mate... I'm trying to encourage people to go that extra mile!!

    Cheers,


    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    CWC Clip-fed Titan Cwc_lo10

    Clunk Weapons Co. Blaster-smith Services:
    Commissions offered on Stampede, LongShot, Spectre, LED Maverick.

    CWC Blaster-smith Services
    CWC Custom Paint
    Acerised
    Acerised


    Posts : 618
    Join date : 2010-10-24
    Age : 27
    Location : North Brisbane

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  Acerised Tue May 01, 2012 2:46 pm

    Ahahaha :PP Just giving some alternatives.
    night stalker
    night stalker


    Posts : 129
    Join date : 2011-04-28
    Age : 22
    Location : beudesert qld

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  night stalker Tue May 01, 2012 2:59 pm

    Sorry for my spelling clunk i just thought it was cluck lol sorry, and if stuff like that happen again, it's that dam spell check on my iPod sorry
    clunk07
    clunk07
    Administrator
    Administrator


    Posts : 2953
    Join date : 2011-02-02
    Age : 41
    Location : Blackwater, Queensland

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  clunk07 Tue May 01, 2012 3:01 pm

    night stalker wrote:Sorry for my spelling clunk it's just thought it was cluck lol sorry

    You're right mate... it's not like there's 2700 posts on this forum with my name beside them... haha

    Cheers,


    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    CWC Clip-fed Titan Cwc_lo10

    Clunk Weapons Co. Blaster-smith Services:
    Commissions offered on Stampede, LongShot, Spectre, LED Maverick.

    CWC Blaster-smith Services
    CWC Custom Paint
    Acerised
    Acerised


    Posts : 618
    Join date : 2010-10-24
    Age : 27
    Location : North Brisbane

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  Acerised Tue May 01, 2012 3:04 pm

    2716 post to be exact Cluck.
    clunk07
    clunk07
    Administrator
    Administrator


    Posts : 2953
    Join date : 2011-02-02
    Age : 41
    Location : Blackwater, Queensland

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  clunk07 Tue May 01, 2012 3:06 pm

    haha... I wish we had a "like button"...

    Cheers,


    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    CWC Clip-fed Titan Cwc_lo10

    Clunk Weapons Co. Blaster-smith Services:
    Commissions offered on Stampede, LongShot, Spectre, LED Maverick.

    CWC Blaster-smith Services
    CWC Custom Paint
    MRGenie
    MRGenie


    Posts : 45
    Join date : 2011-12-30
    Age : 23
    Location : S.A

    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  MRGenie Wed May 02, 2012 3:49 am

    clunk07 wrote:
    MRGenie wrote:Hey Clunk,

    I was wondering if you could make one of those for me (general inquiry ATM, will PM if serious) because I live in Laos, which is in South east Asia. I am not readily provided with these resources so if you could make one (again, just inquiry at this stage) for me that would be great. (my titan was from a friend here) .

    Thanks,

    MRGenie

    Hey mate,

    I'm a bit reluctant to commission one of these, due to the massive power and velocity. I've been approached a few times, but to be honest, I'd prefer not. If you've already got a Titan, the only other bits you need is a mag well of some kind (you can use a Raider, AT, Recon etc) and a Recon barrel extension, and achieve the same results. None of the materials should be too hard to obtain.

    Cheers,
    I was talking about the adapter for the clip. I don't have any available resources to make the build, so I just want the end bit.

    Sponsored content


    CWC Clip-fed Titan Empty Re: CWC Clip-fed Titan

    Post  Sponsored content


      Current date/time is Sat Jan 29, 2022 12:39 pm