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Posted 10/17/2007 10:59:38 AM


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on the note of your trucks heater core, yeah i know how that feels, its the same headache on a 95 and up ford ranger too   i decided to simplify, so i bought her a 1963 chevy and am installing all new componants out of an 89 gmc, and setting the body down on a 82 silverado frame. This way she will have the luxuries of a "newer" vehicle, but without the headache of hard to find older parts as well.

And on the note of your project, SUPER AWESOME DUDE! that looks like it would hurt if fired

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Posted 11/9/2007 2:00:19 PM


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Don't you think that cork is going to fly and when i say fly I mean knock someone out.
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Posted 11/12/2007 8:37:33 AM


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I got a little work done, nothing worth a pic though.

I did a test fire with another co2 gun held up to the back of the barrel to see how that heavy (compared to a pellet) cork would fire. It went about 6 feet, it may go a little further when I'm done. The cork will be tethered to the gun.

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Posted 12/8/2007 1:21:34 AM


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I put 6 brass tubes in the cylindar for the air to pass through to the barrel. Since the cylindar is way bigger now the gun actually fires out of the bottom chamber of the cylindar.

I installed a bullet catch (that was hard to find) in the back of the barrel and drilled some divits in the cylindar for the catch to rest in. Without thinking I drilled at the bottom of the barrel for the catch but that put it in the way of the bolts that hold the barrel to the frame. So I had to move it and of course didn't measure how far I moved it. Thats why the divets don't line up with the chambers, I was only off by 4 degreese though.

Heres the bolt holes to attach the barrel to the frame

other side of cylindar

Assembled

fun pic



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Posted 12/8/2007 1:37:17 AM


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I fired it and the cork only shot about a foot   I'm loosing some air between the cylinder and the barrel. I'm also going to put a wall in the barrel closer to the end to reduce the volume of air needed to eject the cork, I hope that helps. After that I can prep and paint the gun and start on the gun case.

I hadn't fired the pellet gun before I cut it apart, it makes a pretty cool sound

I want to seal the corks so they will last longer, but I don't want them to be too shinny or smooth. I was going to use sanding sealer since its more of a matte finnish. If you guys know of anything that will work better let me know.

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Posted 12/25/2007 2:52:02 PM


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Here's the completion of my build

Case for gun

Masking was hard on the eyes with all these little diamonds

Painted

diamonds to match costume (sort of)

done gun

in case



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Posted 12/25/2007 2:54:27 PM


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And last but not least squeeling excited wife



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Posted 12/26/2007 8:30:48 AM


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THAT IS SUPER AWESOME!!! I hope you had a Happy Holiday by the way .  Glad to see your wife excited with her new toy.   Dont let this be your final project here tho, you do great work and i hope to see more! 

~Shagg

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Posted 12/26/2007 10:32:09 AM


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Thanks Monstertrucker! And I definetly will have future builds

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Posted 12/26/2007 2:47:02 PM


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That is fantastic.  Very well done, indeed. 

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