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Mark Neko 01-03-2013 08:15 PM

Marker that use goblin shell
 
I may have a good one here. i've been wandering from forum to forum searching like crazy on the internet but i haven't got an anser yet.

Is there any, beside the actual goblin and goblin deuce, any marker that use the .676 magnum shell? Or is there anyone that scratch build one?

If no one as ever did it, it would be kind of disapointing. I'm hopping to get some feed back from people that did it

Bleeds 01-03-2013 09:11 PM

While it's a cool concept, I highly doubt that anyone would want to use those shells for propulsion. The shell's valve reliability is mediocre at best.

I do think that there is a member on here that took a airsoft shotgun that used shells and made it work for .68.

dukie 01-04-2013 07:37 AM

I did it. it blew goats :)

there is a thread on here somewhere.

subyrally 01-04-2013 04:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dukie (Post 2581539)
I did it. it blew goats :)

there is a thread on here somewhere.

ive seen it in multiple threads.

i had an idea i was working on with a few people about using the sizers without the gas cartridge as a shell feed, but there would still be a valve in the marker and most likely, still have a bolt that contacted the round in the chamber. or something like that, lol..

Mark Neko 01-04-2013 05:02 PM

psychosplinter: i found out that using a barrel no more then 8" and using propane you get a good accuracy at 50' from the goblin shell

So far i've built 2 prototype of sawn off shotgun, the second had seen some combat.

For my third attempt, i'm aiming for a 3 round winchester that why i'm seeking help. There's a lot more complexe mecanic involve

Dukie: do have some picture? Would be nice to see it


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