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Old 04-01-2019, 09:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Single round paint dispenser

This one is not mine. I found it on Facebook this morning, and I like the concept!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHDzYkks-qE

He got a lot of negative comments on Facebook, people saying "Why would you want to dispense one round at a time? Does this thing fill a mag? Why fill a mag one round at a time?" But I think it would be great for a lot of people on here who shoot single shot markers. It would be neat as a dispenser on your belt or your MOLLE vest.
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Old 04-01-2019, 09:33 AM   #2 (permalink)
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The problem with this design is that it's too bulky and overly complicated for what it does. A much simpler solution would be to cut a notch into the bottom of a 10-round tube so that it holds a ball in place but you can still pull out one round at a time. If you've ever seen netsurferdude2's loadout, you'll see what I mean. He'll wear these tubes in a bandolier when he plays with a single shot marker.
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Yeah I agree. I'm wondering if we could make a cap for 10 round tubes that would accomplish the same thing, Just put your tubes upside-down in your tube holder.
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Yeah I agree. I'm wondering if we could make a cap for 10 round tubes that would accomplish the same thing, Just put your tubes upside-down in your tube holder.
It would have to be simple and compact enough to outweigh the alternatives already in use.
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It would have to be simple and compact enough to outweigh the alternatives already in use.

Sounds like a challenge
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The problem with this design is that it's too bulky and overly complicated for what it does. A much simpler solution would be to cut a notch into the bottom of a 10-round tube so that it holds a ball in place but you can still pull out one round at a time. If you've ever seen netsurferdude2's loadout, you'll see what I mean. He'll wear these tubes in a bandolier when he plays with a single shot marker.
I added a small pusher and spring to mine, so it'll feed from any orientation.
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That’s like a WAYYYYY over-complicated Dukie pez dispenser
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I added a small pusher and spring to mine, so it'll feed from any orientation.

Does that make them 9 round tubes then?
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Does that make them 9 round tubes then?
I use it with FSR, so it was something like 13 rounds
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I use it with FSR, so it was something like 13 rounds


What Springs did you use?
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