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Last night I came up with an interesting idea, you know the l 1/2 cm tubes that Thomas Cooper uses as cartridges? What if you put a spring inside the cartige, compressed against the pin that is stuck in. The hammer would also have a spring on it. When the hammer goes into the cartridge, its spring compresses as well and the hammer pushes the bullet out of the cartridge.

Thus making the guns work even more realistically, and making semiautomatic, non-cocked brick shooters a reality if the idea works. They would also be quite powerful, having two springs and the (admittedly small) force of the hammer.

Notes: 1.
The spring would be kept inside the cartridge, secured by wire etc
2.
If you decide to try out the idea, credits to me.
What do you think?
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| April 21, 2009, 6:48 pm
I think that is a wonderfull idea. But how the heck would you keep the spring inside? You couldn't tie the spring in via a wire in the front or really the back for that matter. I love the idea but the major challange would be to get that many springs and securing the springs inside.
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| April 21, 2009, 7:38 pm
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Quoting Marder II
I think that is a wonderfull idea. But how the heck would you keep the spring inside? You couldn't tie the spring in via a wire in the front or really the back for that matter. I love the idea but the major challange would be to get that many springs and securing the springs inside.

yep but you can pneumatic sprigns wich lego made...
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| November 18, 2009, 7:55 am
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