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Hap Hazard Longshot Nade Launcher


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« on: November 20, 2006, 05:48:55 pm »

Well this is not really an integration, it is more of just me not having anything to do because I am home with the god-Danged flu. Enough about that, here are the pics. And for those of you that want to actually do something like this, it is pretty much self explanetory.




Here is a picture of the guts of the SM 750 that everybody loves so much. I made a simple pull trigger out of some fishing line and a hook from one of the dart tagger bags.



This is going to be your ammo, or you can just stick a barrel in there,really does not matter.




Ah, good old duct tape. Well this is what it looks like on the top rail.
The thing gets maybe 25ft. level and about 30 or so ft. angled.
(I had to use a 1ft. ruler to measure so I do not have the exact range)
That 25 to 30ft. is without the O.P. valve plugged so I can maybe squeeze 8 or 9 more out of it.
Here are some more pics...




Yes, the barrel is a tad off because I did a sloppy tape job.

Meiser---

P.S. Sorry about the size of the pics.

P.P.S. Just lubed the pump and plugged the O.P. valve and fired it five times with 2 pumps, and five times with three pumps.

--2 Pumps Level--
26ft.
26ft.
25ft.
23ft.
27ft.

--2 Pumps Angled--
34ft.
35ft.
32ft.
37ft.
34ft.

--3 pumps Level--
27ft.
29ft.
26ft.
22ft.
27ft.

--3 Pumps Angled--
40ft.
41ft.
39ft.
39ft.
38ft.

Meiser--- Cool
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« Reply #1 on: November 21, 2006, 09:52:21 am »

I would integrate that into the bi-pod and shotgun load it.
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