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Old 05-10-2008, 11:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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A few measurements needed.

So I'm looking to do a little side project. In order to do it I need measurements of a 3.5 oz or smaller tank and the length of a PT Enforcer from but to tip of barrel. Also, is there a ASA that will attach to the marker body so I can run the tank directly in front of the grip frame?


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Easiest way to attach the ASA would be to tap two screws and put on a duckbill. I would put one on the bottom of the trigger guard. I'm assuming it's plastic, so you would want to drill a little big and then put a nut on the other side. The back part of a duckbill is only like 1/4" wide, so I don't think it would get in the way. You could also just attach it to the bottom of the grip, Hawaiian style.

3.5 oz tank =~ 2" diameter x ~6 3/4".
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Easiest way to attach the ASA would be to tap two screws and put on a duckbill. I would put one on the bottom of the trigger guard. I'm assuming it's plastic, so you would want to drill a little big and then put a nut on the other side. The back part of a duckbill is only like 1/4" wide, so I don't think it would get in the way. You could also just attach it to the bottom of the grip, Hawaiian style.

3.5 oz tank =~ 2" diameter x ~6 3/4".
Well thats the thing, the whole reason I am wanting to mount it vertical is because its supposed to be hidden by a magazine infront of the frame.
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You want to mount it verical? It would have to be a pretty big(fat) magazine. Unless its a Drum magazine or something it would look a little off.
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Well thats the thing, the whole reason I am wanting to mount it vertical is because its supposed to be hidden by a magazine infront of the frame.
I wanted to do something like that a couple of yeard ago, sort of make it look like a bolter or one of those pistols of the unreal tourney game/
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I wanted to do something like that a couple of yeard ago, sort of make it look like a bolter or one of those pistols of the unreal tourney game/
Actually you hit the nail right on the head; I'm making a Bolt Pistol for my Tanith Regiment marker collection. The expensive ones so far are looking to be Larkin(K2 hopefully) and Bragg (Nasty Painter, hopefully.) This would of course be Gaunt.
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a bolt pistol would rule! and that WOULD be a fatty magazine indeed.

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if all else fails, you could make a flamer. the tank would be perfectly appropriate then
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a bolt pistol would rule! and that WOULD be a fatty magazine indeed.

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if all else fails, you could make a flamer. the tank would be perfectly appropriate then
How would one make a paintball flamer? Monument to good Ol' Gutes of Brostin would pretty fun. :P
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well functionally it wouldn't be a flamer, but in apperance it's feasable.
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well functionally it wouldn't be a flamer, but in apperance it's feasable.
Could always fill a resivor with Venom paint and make a super soaker.

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