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Old 06-23-2013, 11:19 AM   #241 (permalink)
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But that's the thing, I don't want a revolver. I don't want a cylinder. I don't want to worry about a gelatinous ball getting sheared in half by a rotating breach.

I don't need another paintball gun designed around the physical attributes of a real gun that moves real bullets. I want a thumb cocked pistol designed for .68 paintballs that takes barrels and is easy to reload.
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Old 06-23-2013, 12:39 PM   #242 (permalink)
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how about barrel and cylinder conversion kits for Crosman 357's? would be a much more cost effective way of having a sweet revolver than your awesome ones built from scratch.
Wont work. the valve and power tube are too small. once you cram one that will work in that space you might as well just have designed and built a new one. which i already did.

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I'd still like a pistol, or two, that uses a single action revolver's hammer, but not a rotating cylinder. Just a nice stock class feed over the barrel.

Natural thumbing motion to cock should tilt the barrel up enough to feed.

It could be a modern twist on the fun of the splatmaster.
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So underfed like the dsg but all the normal action on the drv? With the cylinder being a cosmetic piece? I could see that. Reloading would be that much smoother, but it would only defeat the purpose of having a "revolver" I'd still go for one. Drv's are badass.....one day...
Still needs to have some way to seal the breach

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Under feed, top feed, SC phantom body whatever.

And do away with the cylinder, fake or real. Why make it complicated or add extra weight when paintballs can role right into the breach on their own? Also will be nice and holsterable.

Basically regular stock class pistol with single handed thumb cocking and 12g in the grip like the dsp.
Check page one of the original drv thread. its basically what i started out doing lol. but nooooooo. it had to have goofy cylinders.

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or find a source for on make the pieces needed to adapt a 357 you can buy almost anywhere for under $60 to have a fully functional revolver
Still wont work. there are a buttload of threads on this. its like trying to get a goblin to fire at field velocity. futile.
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But that's the thing, I don't want a revolver. I don't want a cylinder. I don't want to worry about a gelatinous ball getting sheared in half by a rotating breach.

I don't need another paintball gun designed around the physical attributes of a real gun that moves real bullets. I want a thumb cocked pistol designed for .68 paintballs that takes barrels and is easy to reload.
Why even bother with thumb cocking. cram tpx guts in it and do away with the whole works.
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Old 06-23-2013, 12:58 PM   #243 (permalink)
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still needs to have some way to seal the breach.
I was tossing that around. There could be a way. Just haven't thought of one yet.
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Old 06-23-2013, 01:47 PM   #244 (permalink)
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hmmmmmmmmmmmm. Haha I just really one a revolver style paintball gun...even if it doesn't have the cylinders or rotate or function like a real one as long as it has the same shape and style....and is under $300
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Old 06-23-2013, 02:04 PM   #245 (permalink)
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Updated single action AGA 62 in 68. DRV valve, under barrel spring feed/rock and cock, lever on the hammer lifts the elevator and breechblock into place, not sure about the elevator going down part of the cycle lol.
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Old 06-24-2013, 04:05 AM   #246 (permalink)
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What closes the bolt?

Check page one of the original drv thread. its basically what i started out doing lol. but nooooooo. it had to have goofy cylinders.

Why even bother with thumb cocking. cram tpx guts in it and do away with the whole works.
Spring? Middle-finger levered button in the grip? Bolt return knob where a thumb safety is on a 1911?

I'm still sad that was changed.

Ergonomics. Single action awesomeness. Stock class play over semi. Twirling stock class guns is less likely to shoot myself in the neck than with a semi.
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I'll be honest, I'd more likely than not be down for an "AGA .68". The cylinders were the real downfall of the DRV's for me.
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What about a lower assembly to make a lever action out of a cocker body. Something that could accept stocks the same way as the DSG does.
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Old 06-24-2013, 02:24 PM   #249 (permalink)
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I figured out the other half of the cycling for the AGA 68 idea. Got the idea after finding a cocker slider trigger in the shop. The breechblock is under slight spring tension to help gravity pull it back down. When the hammer is cocked, a lever lifts the block up, like in a revolver, and as it reaches the firing position the wall of the elevator pushes a sliding, springloaded rod with an angled face back into the grip/body, when it reaches the locking notch in the bottom of the elevator the spring pushes it back forward, locking the breech/elevator assembly into place. The slider trigger is pulled, releases the hammer, and then a slight bit of over travel after firing slides the locking rod back and allows the elevator to be pulled back down to the feedtube.

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