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Author Topic: Plastic Rifles and Shotguns -> really shoots and ejects spent cartridges!  (Read 3816 times)
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June 27, 2012, 08:26:26 PM
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Hey Bitcointalk. Please watch the three videos for more information regarding the guns, what they look like and how the function. I also show how to reload the guns.

Green rifle, how to reload rifles
Tan M4 and Silver rifle
Shotguns, how to reload shotguns, 2 types of ammo.


Shotguns are 2.5 BTC each, 1 BTC flat rate shipping worldwide. More guns = more discount. PM for a quote. Each gun comes with THREE "slug" and THREE "Buckshot" shells.

STOCK:
Long Black: 1
Short Black: 2
Short Silver: 3


Rifles are 2.5 BTC each, 1 BTC flat rate shipping worldwide. More guns = more discount. PM for a quote. Each gun comes with EIGHT bullets.

STOCK:
Tan M4: 1
Green: 1
Silver: 3

Getting more soon. I only have so many of them. Buy all 6 for 13.5 BTC shipped.
Full Sets available: 1

Green rifle, how to reload rifles
Tan M4 and Silver rifle
Shotguns, how to reload shotguns, 2 types of ammo.
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June 28, 2012, 08:12:31 PM
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June 28, 2012, 08:14:13 PM
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Videos aside (because I don't want to watch them), explain a bit more about the ammo, and what is actually being shot out of these.
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June 28, 2012, 08:19:57 PM
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They work kinda like real bullets, but without the charge.

Think of a hollow tube, and in the tube is a piece of plastic inserted into it, which is the projectile. It is held under a little bit of pressure which helps it leave the barrel faster. In the gun there is also a firing pin type thingy, the same size(maybe smaller) as the projectile. That's what send the bullets flying.

You should watch the first video, it really shows it well.
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June 28, 2012, 08:43:18 PM
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They work kinda like real bullets, but without the charge.

Think of a hollow tube, and in the tube is a piece of plastic inserted into it, which is the projectile. It is held under a little bit of pressure which helps it leave the barrel faster. In the gun there is also a firing pin type thingy, the same size(maybe smaller) as the projectile. That's what send the bullets flying.

You should watch the first video, it really shows it well.
I guess I just wanted to know what generates the pressure.  It can't be gunpowder, so is it CO2, or spring-loaded, or Huh
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June 28, 2012, 08:44:09 PM
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when you pull back the cocking mechanism it loads a spring.
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