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New Air Cannon Design

11 July 2011 - 02:40 PM

Alright guys, I currently own an air cannon that I made about a year ago, unfortunately the cannon requires the use of a compressor. A video can be found here.

Since Its summer, and Im starting to rake in the dough, Ive decided to work on another air cannon project, one that doesnt require a compressor to be used everytime.
Here is a design that I have been working on.
Posted ImageRight now Im just looking for some input on what people think about it and any suggestions they have for improvement. The asa will the turned on, then gassed off allowing the reg to be pressurized, and not allowing any more air to go through. The ball valve will be opened releasing the pressure, starting the sequence over agian. I plan on not cementing the barrel, so I can change them out and use different ammo. I also was thinking of using a water bottle holder that I have which will be attached to the top of the copper piping. The tank pretty much fits, and to stop it from wiggling further Im going to use some velcro to hold it in place.
Criticism is not only welcomed, but necessary!

Cocker Questions

12 June 2011 - 09:09 PM

What pumpkit and front block woul I use if I am rebuilding my Pyscho Ballistics Superbolt


18 May 2011 - 04:57 PM

Heres some stuff im looking to buy right now

Trilly pump kit
Maybe and ion/shocker, nothing to upgraded
ill take a look at any regs/asas/fittings/macroline hoses you got out there

PBDemon's WTB

25 February 2011 - 04:58 PM

Ok, well heres a list of things that I want to buy

Smart parts ion or shocker - nothing too upgraded, i want to build my own as a project gun, but working please
Pump kits - Either a trilly pump kit of something that will fit my superbolt
any regs, asas, 90 fittings and macroline hose.
I also need some misc cocker parts:
-new front block for my superbolt(maybee)
-grips for 45 frame

please contact me if you have any of these items and we'll discuss payment.

BST Selling Tips

07 February 2011 - 04:47 PM

I made this thread a long time ago, but i am now seeing it happen agiain alot, so i think it is now time to repost it.

OK...... Listen up boys and girls. I just have a few things to say about sellers on the BST. Here are some real examples that i found of what not to do.

"looking for 300 but I will take 275 thats as low as I will go"

"Would you do 25 shipped?"
"Can you do $35 if not 30?"
"I'll do 30 shipped if you give me a couple of days to put it in Paypal."

"$230 (i can go lower but nothing under $200)"

Don't ask for something and then say you can go lower. The buyer will instantly offer the lower price listed. If you know you would take a lower price than what you think it is worth, then keep it to yourself. Someone may offer your asking sum if you dont say anything about what else you would take. This is one of the best tricks sellers use when trying to sell a product. You see it everywhere. House sales, car sales, anything where the price isnt a set deal.

Also listing a price higher than what you think the value is, is ok too. Who knows, you may get offers.

Listing products as OBO makes it look like the price is flexible, and even though it may be, you dont want other people to know that. List as 300 instead of 300 OBO and you might get offered 300. Whenever i see an OBO i instantly offer less than the first price.

And a side tip to buyers. Its like buying a car. Whenever you can, offer the lowest price they state or start at a low price and haggle. Many people who dont set 2 prices will accept a lower price and if you offer something under the original then he may reveal that to you. For example, take the first red text above. If the seller in this had only listed 1 price, a conversation might go like this.

B: How about 250?
S: Idk. I can probably go to 275.
B: Ok deal. I just saved 25 bucks by being a good buyer.

I know most of this is common sense, but you have to use these. These tips could end up saving you 100s of dollars over a lifetime of selling.