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russc
05-04-2007, 10:19 PM
Someone's gotta make a pneucocker already!

http://paintmagazine.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=6564

Here's a thread on the Palmer Owners Group about a pneublazer, done in similar fashion to a pneumag.

http://redbox.liquidev.com/~jwigum/hosted/PneuBlazer/left1.jpg
http://redbox.liquidev.com/~jwigum/hosted/PneuBlazer/right1.JPG
http://redbox.liquidev.com/~jwigum/hosted/PneuBlazer/linkage.jpg

He doesn't get going too fast on the blazer in his video, but the potential is obviously there. It's a 1st gen homebrew mod - I expect to see this go much further.

muddytaco
05-05-2007, 01:57 AM
I have been thinking about doing this for a long time now, now that all my cockers parts I needed are on order I think this might be my next project after i get back from vacation.


video got removed :(

russc
05-05-2007, 07:20 AM
Hm. That's weird that the vid is gone. Save those photos to your HDD in case they go missing! :D

Anyways, it was pretty much the builder pressing a business card into the trigger to cycle the gun. It just showed how light the pull was.

What's really exciting here is that the guys at PPS are looking it over and may have some improvements for the design. They are, of course, aware of the PTP patent...

k.macocker
05-05-2007, 05:05 PM
looks much more complex in design as to what I had in mind. but if it works, yea!!

MAWeiny
05-06-2007, 12:08 AM
Ughhh, I want a pneucocker even more now! (a pneumag will be fine as well)

russc
05-07-2007, 05:16 AM
Pff. Pneumags are old news!

The first guy to perfect a simple DIY design for pneucockers gets a cookie!

Badger
05-09-2007, 05:40 PM
"The trigger activates a mini 3way which cycles the mini ram. the mini ram pushes the magnesium arm that is trips the shear and activates the gun's internal 4way. There is no modification to the gun's body. The frame can be swapped out to any series Blazer bodies out there.
- Ching"


Ah!

Been done before.
It reminds me of a similar design and concept by Leif from over at Tinker's Guild in 2005. He also performed the surgery GP Blazer. Take an look.
Let get the creative juices rolling here.


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