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Posted in thread: New ,, on 07-08-2016 at 08:39 AM
The simpler solution would be to make an enclosed arrow guide on top. Look how Jörg has done
this with some of his rubber launchers. These "flipper" designs have individual arms which are
Posted in thread: Super small bolt shooter with compressed air on 07-07-2016 at 06:50 PM
Didnt think about the bang, that could indeed be a problem. Neighbors can be a PITA. So to test
this you would have to get yourself a Real launcher and a dog as disguise - unfortunately cats
Posted in thread: Super small bolt shooter with compressed air on 07-07-2016 at 02:43 PM
Instead of compressed air, could we not just use a blank cartridge? Or is the use of "hot gas"
for the sleeve arrows also forbidden by german law? At least for a time Röhm sold the "Röhm
Posted in thread: Does 400W of extra power make a difference? on 04-05-2016 at 03:00 PM
My experience: Bosch green line = avoid it, not for serious use. Bosch blue line = much better.
So in this case my vote goes for the makita.
Posted in thread: Air Powered Arrow Sniper Rifle on 02-16-2016 at 10:26 PM
Well, 50bar is 725psi, and if that's the limit and it can go no higher all the better, if the
chamber is strong enough no worries , you could let it go to max psi and then fire the rifle
later at your...
Posted in thread: Air Powered Arrow Sniper Rifle on 02-16-2016 at 06:11 PM
Hand pumping to 600psi for sure is tedious - and 2k for a generator isnt on the cheap
side.Maybe it would be possible to somehow combine chemical gas production with the
rifle?Vinegar and baking soda ...
Posted in thread: Self defense slingshot crossbow - back to Kunais? on 02-10-2016 at 12:50 PM
I think a two-shot would be better than an repeater, simply because of less to go wrong. Also
If facing an intruder you`ll probably be pumped on adrenaline, fine motor skills gone and not
Posted in thread: Air Powered Arrow Sniper Rifle on 02-01-2016 at 06:23 AM
Now wer´e talking ! Great project, looking forward to the vid! Keep in mind the steel tubing
has a higher pressure rating than the brass fitting. If something were to go wrong its most
likely it will ...
Posted in thread: Any experience with Moras? on 01-29-2016 at 01:06 PM
Yeah, it really doesn't matter so much, get what you like, preferably a couple of them, throw
one in the car, another for the garden shed and one for personal use. I have a couple of moras
and also bo...
Posted in thread: Any experience with Moras? on 01-28-2016 at 03:48 PM
Have a few of them. At the price point, no complaints, these are beaters. If you want something
even a bit more robust than the standard mora look at the hultafors gk (the one with the green