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2 inch to 2 1/2 inch adapter

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2 inch to 2 1/2 inch adapter

Unread postAuthor: SpudStuff » Tue Apr 25, 2006 8:25 pm

Many people have cannons that have 2 inch female of even male adapters for changing barrels. This can create a problem if you want to add a 2 1/2" (tennis ball) barrel on. This is simpully resolved.

Materials:
1x prefered length of 2 1/2 inch PVC barrel.
1x 2 1/2" coupling
1x 2 1/2 x 2 inch slip bushing.
1x 2 inch threaded adapter ( opposite of youre chamber's connection)
1x 3 inch long 2" piece of pipe
1x Common Since (not the book)

Step 1
prime all fittings with primer. apply cement and glue the bushing into the 2.5 inch coupling.

Step 2
apply cement to both sides of the 2" nipple and glue into the 2 inch sochet in the bushing. glue the 2 inch adapter to the other end beilg careful not to get cement on the threads.

Step 3
apply primer and cement to the end of the barrel. Push the barrel into the other side of the 2.5 inch coupling.

Step 4
Wait
And Wait
And wait for 24 hours


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this is the finished product.
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2" barrels fit incide the 2.5 inch ones for storage and it protect the sharpened end of the 2 inch barrel.

Note the cool effect of the muzzle break with the holes in the bell end. a bell end also works as a funnel and helps load the ball.
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