Building A SnapBow: Part 2, Plunger Head And Trigger




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Cale Krueger: my seal will not fit into the plunger

Lars Van Den Broek: could i use a mix of epoxy glue and flour instead of epoxy putty?

Jacob Bowers: Can u use this method for rainbow pistols too

Rabbit & The Dingo: Where can you get the washers and will it work on a rainbow with just screwing it into a 1/2 inch nylon rod

daniel murray: were did you get that red pvc reamer? I have been looking everywhere for one and can't seem to find any

Travis Osborne: I mod my own guns to and just found out about this

Travis Osborne: I love you vids on snap guns I'm going to try to make one my self ill try to share mine to see if it works

colingames: Plunger head part got replayed

MR2888: great job

TheTechChronicle: Nice vid im making one now but the trigger is kind of confusing

Frank Strasek: Thanks so much!!!!!!!


Martin Lam: Nom where do u get you drills?

SamuraikiddN: I finished my Snapbow just after posting that comment, it works awesome even without a k26. Great video tutorial. I actually made it for my engineering class. We had to make something that shot cotton balls, lol.

cChan: That sanding makes a huge mess :o

SamuraikiddN: No sir, thank you. You are an inspiration to SEGA newbies everywhere. I also may have unknowingly stolen your tagline. :P

SamuraikiddN: Everyone who is having problems with the durability of an epoxy putty ramp: You're not kneading it enough or you aren't mixing it in equal parts. Make sure you don't cut off a piece at an angle, you need pretty much a perfect cylinder. Knead and roll the crap 'till the colors meld together and you can't tell that it was ever 2 different materials. You should also round down the tip of the nail just enough so that it's less like a nail and more like a dull pencil.

ahmed mohamed: long but cool

ilikecurry1234: Hey Nom! So I just finished making my snapbow plungerhead, but the fender washers are not cupping properly for some reason. I used the same parts as you, my only difference was that I used a bolt that had a slightly larger diameter. Could that be the reason why my plunger isnt cupping? Thanks!

imodify1: Hey NoM, I bought Ace Hardware brand epoxy-puddy for my plunger head, and i've made my ramp. I've let it sit over night, but you can easily take chunks out....... should I let it dry for another 24 hours? And have you used/heard of Ace brand e-puddy being junk? Thanks!

codbo1223landuca: a stampede in the U.S. is about ...30,35 dollars.....here in brazil is about 350 reais(brazilian cash.1 dollar=1,62 reais)and here,the taxes are 4 times higher than the american tax!!
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Building a SnapBow: Part 2, Plunger Head and Trigger