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    Giant version of this CO2 revolver for paintballs?

    I think it might work with a little tinkering

    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4810407



    #2
    So basically Hellboy's Good Samaritan

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B081Z5HGS7...XPD14NHK61PY4R


    Sounds good to me!

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    • AtomJaay

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      lol, exactly!

    #3
    Giving it a go to see how feasible it can be ...

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      lol, nice! I wonder if any mods are needed to the CO2 delivery hack he has going in order to get decent FPS out of a paintball or FS round.

    #4
    This should be interesting!
    Pre-orders will ship out soon - sorry for the delays!

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      #5
      The main issue I see for paintball is the lack of dwell ... The valve stay open as long as you're pressing the trigger ...
      it's a neat idea with a clever solution, but might be a bit hard to apply to paintball ...

      I'll finish this one and go from there ...

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      • AtomJaay

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        blaze those trails!

      #6
      It's not as smooth as it could be, there is some print tolerance issue (didn't clean the prints ...).
      in theory it works, but it would benefit from a few metal parts ...

      The big question to adapt it to paintball is complicated ...
      - The indexing is not reliable enough for GameDay - the gas valve may not be suited for paintball, there is no dwell ...
      - the gas line needs to be flexible, this may cause an issue to get enough flow for proper velocity
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      • ReconSWS
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        I don't show my bottom layers thee hee

      #7
      Is it possible to take just the nelson style valve back.. if there's a power tube then chop it down all the way.. and mount the valve inline to move forward and back... and legit have a spring loaded rear hammer that just smacks the shit out of the entire valve body pushing it forward and engaging the valve.......... I think this would actually work for a revolver :P
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      • ReconSWS
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        The mechanical noise of your marker will at least be 2x the next guy haha 'TINK' every time you shoot - I guess could put some rubber.

      • AtomJaay

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        I t would be like an old prolite with an anti-siphon tube CO2 bottle on it... those things "panged" so hard.

      • ReconSWS
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        I have custom machined a nelson valve and you can make them 1" - 1.5" in length minimum so can be a tiny package, aluminum very light easy to move with a hammer, only downside I can see is .. some resistance from your air tube having to move with the bolt. an extremely heavy trigger pull to actuate the hammer / reset it's spring...unless that is reset via gas somehow. Or we're doing the ole slap the hammer method I forget what it's called.. single action triggers? I dono.
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