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|09-21-2013, 07:46 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2011
Project gun: which gun should I try?
I've got a project tickling my brain for some time now... gotta put it on the bench!
A friend of mine would definitely love paintball if I could build him this stuff:
A wrist-mounted, multi-barrelled, synchronous-firing marker.
I know some have already built wrist-mounted stuff, with more or less success, and I have an idea of what I intend to do.
Loader system would be deported, somewhere near the shoulder area, to avoid having too much weight.
In order to build a prototype, I need to choose a marker...
That is where I'm stuck, because I'm rather a pump or mech scenario-playing guy (only electro I ever had was a TM15), and I really know nothing about those shiny-annoed, fluo-coloured guns.
So, let's get to the point.
I'm looking for:
Why an electro? Because the deported firing switch! I'll have it stitched inside a glove, both cards' switches activated by a simple hand gesture (that's not a crazy invention from me, system exists and works).
Why a TRUE electro? Well, a mech gun with an e-grip would be heavier and generate too much recoil. We still wish a decent accuracy, don't we?
I think an Ion or maybe a Mini could do the trick but, knowing almost nothing about electros, I prefer to ask experts ...
This is my FEEDBACK
|09-21-2013, 08:08 PM||#3 (permalink)|
ion gets my vote as well.
|11-02-2013, 03:13 PM||#4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2012
ions are nice and cheap. i think an emag would fit the platform as needed as well, and would b cooler than an ion. but ions are a dime a dozen and people wouldnt come after you for doing that to an ion, like they probably would if you defiled a mag. but i think it would be sick to use an emag
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