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    Redone homemade tri-shot round


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    Redone homemade tri-shot round Empty Redone homemade tri-shot round

    Post  joshredder Thu Jan 19, 2012 12:39 pm

    I did not actually know where this should go, due to it not being an in production picture set, but I will explain as best I can.

    Redone homemade tri-shot round Dscf1711


    As you can see in this picture it looks remarkably similar to the standard design, the parts are as follows.

    Thick wall 13 cm brass (I am using thin wall next time)
    25mm coupler.
    25mm reducer to 15mm.
    A small piece of 15mm pipe.
    E-tape and hot glue.

    .Step one: cut your brass into roughly 3 pieces of 4-5inch of brass then wrap some e-tape around them to hold them in a bunch.
    step two: use a dremel or a rounded file to smooth the inside of your coupler till you can casually slide the three barrels into it (the barrels should stop at the middle of the coupler

    Redone homemade tri-shot round Dscf1713


    step three: seal the holes in between the coupler and the barrels with hot glue to provide good airflow into the barrels

    step four: as you have probably gathered is to insert the small 15mm piece of pipe into the reducer

    At this stage you will have two components the "adapter" and the "shell"

    Redone homemade tri-shot round Dscf1712


    Ands thats all folks you can rear load blue foam darts into a tri-shot with a 15mm adapter for any couplered blaster.

    Im sorry if its a little hard to understand pm or comment in regards to it.

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