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This is my best sniper rifle, it looks, feels and shoots like a real rifle. I pump it up to 120-180 PSI and i use a marble with wadding for ammo. I havent chrono-ed it yet, but i hope to but it rips through one full inch of dry wall and it shreds tin cans at over 30 feet. it is accurate over 100 yards
The Rifle Parts:
half inch PVC rated at 600psi
Red dot Scope
I paper mached the stock and fore grip for comfort using newspaper, glue and cardboard. NO TAPE!!
i will try to post a video to show its true destruction
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Last edited by qbnbountyhunter on Sun Dec 09, 2007 2:40 am, edited 8 times in total.
My only complaint is:
loose the tape and use some Bondo.
Good job but....
There hasn't been any sniper rifles on this site EVER, since the barrels aren't rifled nor are you are meeting the infamous requirements said by some random spudder.
"You aren't allowed to call this a 'sniper' until you hit a 5"x5" target at 500 yards, and even that is being generous."
Or hit 2 MOA or less at 100 yards.
"half inch PVC rated at 600psi"
Where did you get that?
Last edited by Zen/// on Wed Nov 28, 2007 9:37 pm, edited 2 times in total.
i have used this gun to hit trash cans at over 100 yards, and i say it is the best sniper rifle because i have seen alot of posts claiming to be a rifles or marble sniper and im trying to show what a real rifle looks like.
the pvc is from homedepot, but it is rated for water pressure not air
The dry wall damage is in the background, look and you can find the holes behind the cans (sprayed with silver paint so know where each shot was)
Last edited by qbnbountyhunter on Sun Dec 02, 2007 5:14 pm, edited 1 time in total.
You did a great job, but hmmmm....
http://www.instructables.com/id/25MM-Pn ... per-Rifle/
It was posted here too a while ago, im not sure about accuracy since that particular video won't load for me.
Thats a nice gun mate. Very impressive damage pics. Come to think of it, you are the first spudder I've seen who has used Paper Mache on his guns .
thats a cute rifle, but it looks awkward to hold and bulky, but it is nicely crafted with a bolt action breech.
Thanks for the reply!
Last edited by qbnbountyhunter on Sat Dec 01, 2007 2:13 am, edited 2 times in total.
Well i dont think it would be to nice to call it the best , I mean many people on this website have made AMAZING snipers for example: singularity's 25mm pnumatic bolt action sniper.
you forgot about my future post
At 100 yards, what kind of damage are we looking at?
dents and rips in the tin trash cans
i use this rifle mosty for scaring off crows and opposums in my neighborhood
btw the 25 mm bolt action rifle doesnt seem very acruate from the little video on the instructables. if you wtch the video, the ammo hits low to the left of the target
P.S. i changed up the post so hopefully it will make everybody happy
Last edited by qbnbountyhunter on Wed Nov 28, 2007 10:10 pm, edited 1 time in total.
That was because the projectile what not aerodynamic it had nothing to stabllize it like fins, it was a co2 canister
Yeah, even AAbatteries tumble in flight.
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