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My Full Auto Airgun Prototype

Discussion in 'Videos' started by zonder, Aug 8, 2018.

  1. zonder

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    Hi to all.its my project.Full auto airgun created by me.First tests.Thx for your views and likes.

     
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  2. Douglas Soal

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    Sadly illegal in the U.K, impressive though.
     
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    You spelled 'Length' as LENGHT

    Impressive, very fast, does the mag ever jam?
     
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    unfortunately they are, but this guy isnt in the uk i think judging by his language/spelling
     
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  5. zonder

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    No. its working perfectly if you load 10 pellets only.
    More then 10 pellets can cause problem because of biger weight of mag.

    Sorry for my english. Im from Ukraine.
    We have no limits in .177 cal 4.5 mm
     
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    It's okay, my Transnistrian language skills are a bit rusty.... non existent! :D

    Welcome to the forum by the way! :up:
     
  7. Douglas Soal

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    Yes, forgive my manners, welcome to the forum.
     
  8. zonder

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    Thx a lot, guys!
     
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    Welcome zonder. Leave the text speak out though. Thx etc. Thanks is fine.:thumb:
    Добре дошълл от сал форума. ( Welcome from all at the forum) multi cultural lot we are.
     
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    Welcome to the forum, Zonder. :wave:

    That's a classy piece of hardware you've got. It looks like a very nice bullpup, and I like them. :)
     
  11. carnivore

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    Welcome to the Airgun Forum!
    Yep, a nice piece of design and engineering, Zonder. Sadly, as stated, this would not be legal in the U.K. as we are limited to 16 joules in all calibres and we are not permitted to own self-loading riles if the pellet is loaded into the breech before firing. Shooting the pellet directly from the magazine is allowed, as in the Steyr Hunting 5.
     
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    Welcome aboard zonder. :welcome:

    That's a very, very cool rifle.
    You mentioned earlier about 10 pellets, ...is that the magazine capacity?
    Does it use a stick type mag or rotary drum?

    You should shoot it at a "Birchwood Casey: Shoot N' See" target as that would be visually very impressive for seeing just how fast it fires and where the shots land. ;)
     
  13. zonder

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    Then it seems that Steyr Hunting 5 is made specifically for your rules. Pellet is loaded into the breech before firing is also made in Huben K1.
     
  14. zonder

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    A good idea. I'll try to do it. Perhaps this will partially convey the feeling of shooting by auto. First you aim, with care, then you press the trigger and some craziness begins. a process that you can not control. Such a high rate of fire. The last time I measured it was 0.65 seconds for 10 shots. Here is used mag Crosman Benjamin Marauder. The main difficulty was to force the system to do 10 shots at 27j with a barrel length of 350 mm during this time of 0.65 with the same initial speed of bullet departure.
     
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    Welcome to the forum mate - a very interesting gun.
     
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    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging lead me!'

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    Hmmmm might be good for HFT? :confused:
     
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    Fantastic idea/project. I bet doing a bit of rabbiting will be a bit of a different experience from now on. ;)
     
  18. zonder

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    We hunt is prohibited. And I feel sorry for all animals except pests.
    Yes, it is expected if there are conditions to make a normal shot-turn the rabbit, the duck will not run anywhere.
    With such a rate of fire it is almost an analog of a shotgun, only quieter, cheaper one shot-queue and no smell.
     
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    Friends, I developed several semi-automatic devices for different principles of work. This was a preview of my most interesting work. Subscribe to YouTube, later with time other videos will appear, including longer ones, there will be more information. I want to show about the modes of shooting of the Prototype.
     
  20. Oat

    Oat Don't believe the blah blah

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    Well done. Some incredible work. :claping:
    I look forward to seeing more.

    Is the rifle based on another current brand or have you designed this from the beginning?
     

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