fapstallion wrote:I think you have a great idea! I have made quite a bit of bb machine guns and I think you have a great idea with this one now if you wana know how to put up pics or change your profile ask a moderator they will tell you. Good luck and cant wait to see man!!!
Glad you like it.
jackssmirkingrevenge wrote:Fluffy material isn't really helpful when it comes to sound dampening. You need baffles to create turbulence and slow down the exiting gas.
Thanks for the feedback, i saw the video and what i try to do with the fluffy material is kind of the steel wool in the silencers, what i am worried with using the baffles is the bb striking them, of course the silencer wont blow up in my face but that deviation could lead to the bb tumbiling arround and not even exiting the barrel.
I will mess around with the baffles and come up with a design that provides me good accuracy. Definetley building and testing the soda bottle disposable silencer on a ballon pea shooter.
A Non detachable silencer from a bbmg wont count as a firearm suppresor right?
jackssmirkingrevenge wrote:Is this to stop the BBs rattling around
Well, to stop the sound from the BB's hitting the chamber, one less sound source. Not inventing padded BB's
mako wrote:Good luck with your BBMG, Felipe.
Couple of tips, though.
Your vortex block needs to be as smooth as possible, so if its wood you will need to sand it down VERY fine. An easier way is to line it with PVC pipe, or an aluminum coke can.
You say it will be an AEG? An AEG stands for "Airsoft Electric Gun".
Be very careful when using BBMG's for airsoft. The pressure needs to be regulated low enough that it will not hurt anyone. What JSR refers to as the "jackhammer effect" must controlled, if you are going to play.
I think you got me wrong in the AEG part, it would be an electric gun if i used a portable battery powered compressor and used two cables for a trigger.
So the higher the pressure, the higher the power,etc.
Any ideas for cheap regulators? Could the blowgun kinda act like one if i don't press it too hard?
Gun Freak wrote:Check out the pictures of my vortex block in my M16 BBMG (the link is in my signature). You will see an example of lining the wood with PVC. No damage or wear to this day.
No wear you say? Good i wan't my gun to get covered in mud and submerged in water
Pics coming soon