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Coaxial Bazooka?

Post questions and info about pneumatic (compressed gas) powered cannons here. This includes discussion about valves, pipe types, compressors, alternate gas setups, and anything else relevant.
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Unread postAuthor: Hailfire753 » Mon Jul 02, 2007 4:41 pm

Uummm... I think I will go with a coaxial bazooka also. To compensate for the 8:1 C to B ratio, at the front I will add a female adapter that does not protrude from the 3'' surrounding chamber. (or I will add a section of 3'' over the protrusion.) That way, I could add a 6' 1.5'' (or so) extension, turning the bazooka into a long-range artillery. 8)

At the back, I would have a y shaped joint protruding with an endcap, for breach loading. I would have the chamber conected to the bent section of the y joint, with a valve in between. Then I could load the potato from the back, and just have to pust it a few inches past the y joint. This whole assembly would also be covered by a 3'' pipe, with the y protruding from the bottom. I would use some kind of valve that could be wired to a trigger grip. I would add a sholder rest, iron sights, a laser, and whatever accessories I could find.

I would probably have a built in bike pump on the underside, but be able to switch to a compresor for more stationary fireing. (like with the artilery atachment)

I probably would paint it camo or OD green.
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