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Here is my bullpup project air cannon !
Thank you for your comment! Cordially
Last edited by jules56 on Fri Aug 20, 2010 11:11 am, edited 1 time in total.
WOW!!! That's a sweet gun.
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lol this one is even better...
I don't know if I am the only person who has noticed it but quite a lot of french spudguns look better than the rest
ohh BTW...IIRC someone has posted it earlier
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great work, but with you making every thing out of stainless steel that would weigh heaps
what pressure you running this one at? and damage pics
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That is beautiful. Is the breech operated manually? Also, why is the pressure gauge in that location? I'd at least stick an elbow on there so you don't risk your life checking the pressure.
very very nice, one of my favorites on spudfiles, there is only one thing that is stopping this from being orgasmic for the eyes and that is the pistol grip..
If you look at most firearms the pistol grip is slightly slanted, this is a lot more comfortable to hold and looks better aesthetically. Your pistol grip is straight up and down. I would highly highly suggest you angle it.
Lol, we Americans don't have the patience to make something look real nice...we just wanna see if it works. Though Idk...BTB has made some BEAUTIFUL guns (Shatterhand ) and hes not french....
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On the subject, it seems to be begging for 1911 grips like the MR30PG:
Great job, and videos please!
He's not American either... maybe it's a European thing
This Gun is really amazing!!,if only my guns looked as good as this= it does look extremely heavy though!?..
I'm stumped as to what that Pilot Valve is?= Slide Valve?
hey, Great job! well done! is the pilot a pushfit air coupling? damage pics please!
AHHH sorry to doublepost, i've seen those before, its an open close valve that works through sliding the sleeve up and down to open close,think it uses a magnet...... what pressure would that handle? and what are they called?
Edited by jrrdw, fixed double post.
Hi and thank you for your comments.
My pilot is a slide valve,it allows shooting semi automatic but it s was a bolt-action gun (one shot!) the breech operated manually!
The pressure is 30bar shooting and the weight that approximates that of a w2000 about 7kg!
Agree, it might be because there is less access to good PVC parts so people have to stick to steel and other metal materials.
But they also seems to be more creative then the rest of us.
The spudders from Sweden also create some extremely nice pieces..
This gun is a small piece of heaven, it looks so well thought out and designed. Then it was completed with amazingly good craftmanship. All in all a very good build!
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