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#1 Ka.Zu.O

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Posted 16 January 2005 - 12:19 AM

It would be really awesome if a musket airsoft gun was made. Where ya like pack the bb's in the barrel and shoot it. That'd be so cool. Then I could have revolutionary battles with my friends.
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#2 Guest_triggerhappy_*

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Posted 16 January 2005 - 09:24 AM

Make one from the action of an airsoft revolver and some home depot parts. Buy a peice of wood and cut it into a cude stock. put a barrel made of PVC on top. At the back of the "barrel" put the action of the revolver so you can ram the bb down the tube, then c-ock the hammer. I dunno if that would work, but that's the kinda thing I like to do.

#3 Guest_General O'Neill_*

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Posted 16 January 2005 - 10:29 AM

Digicon makes some interesting target pistols that aren't muskets but retain some of the feel. look around uncompany or redwolf for them. Theyre likely under gas rifles or pistols.

#4 Guest_TriChrome_*

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Posted 16 January 2005 - 06:56 PM

You can use one of the "Grenade Launchers" that usually go on M16's. If you want a longer barrel for accuracy, get the correct size PVC pipe and go to town. You have to pack in the Bb's in the grenade anyway, so it's kinda like a self-loading musket.

#5 Ka.Zu.O

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Posted 17 January 2005 - 02:15 PM

I cud try the revolver action to a PVC pipe idea
I did sumthin similar before with pipes that shot paper wads
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#6 Guest_Sir Biscuit_*

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Posted 18 January 2005 - 03:22 PM

My friend made an airsoft musket with a metal pipe and some firecrackers. It actually works really well, we just can't use it because it fires hard enough to go through apples. (We've pierced 3 before) Still awsome, though.

#7 §iŁent ass˘sin

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Posted 21 January 2005 - 11:36 AM

why not try do they revolver thing but stick one of those horn things that you blow, at sports games and such I did that it was great
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#8 Guest_triggerhappy_*

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Posted 02 February 2005 - 08:04 PM

Sorry. I just had to bring this one back from beyond rip_1.gif . I found this.

They look great, even if they are over 1,000 dollars.

#9 dfinzown

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Posted 02 February 2005 - 08:47 PM

I feel like a pilgrim when I load up any standard mag with the loading tube and rod.
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#10 airsoftiscool

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Posted 02 February 2005 - 10:19 PM

that would be awesome to have a gun like that

#11 Ka.Zu.O

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Posted 11 February 2005 - 09:35 PM

im workin on it-
I bought a toy musket off the interent
cut the red thing off and theres a real barrel in there
workin on installin the spring into the barrel where the hammer is
I already got a bb to launch about 4 feet
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#12 Guest_triggerhappy_*

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Posted 11 February 2005 - 09:45 PM

Cool. You need to post some pics. What toy musket did you use? Is it full size?

#13 ThegunsofNevada

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  • Location:Snohomish, WA

Posted 11 February 2005 - 11:15 PM

Why not buy a $500 musket (I have a brown bess model) and actualy fire bb's out of it with a reduced charge? I just tyred it in my back yard, and by using about 1/10th of the powder or so I got about equivelent range as my AEG...

Edited by ThegunsofNevada, 11 February 2005 - 11:16 PM.


#14 silenthunter

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Posted 12 February 2005 - 12:29 AM

it would be fun, but it would have to have some blowback and "powder" effect after the shot... with out thats its like playing revolutionary war with a charging rod and a springer.
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#15 Kalashnikov

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Posted 12 February 2005 - 10:33 AM

QUOTE (triggerhappy @ Feb 2 2005, 03:04 PM)
Sorry. I just had to bring this one back from beyond  rip_1.gif . I found this.

They look great, even if they are over 1,000 dollars.


those aren't muskets. muskets were old even when those were made. those are the types of guns used in WWI.

#16 Paisley Pirate

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  • Location:Derby (Wichita), KS
  • Interests:Fencing Instructor for 20+ years. I teach historical period fencing and modern fencing, as well as a martial art.<br /><br />I ran an indoor Airsoft Field and Store. Now just do outside games and vending.<br /><br />US Army back in the day, NG and ROTC route... <br /><br />Current real weapons: yes<br /><br />Airsoft should be treated with respect. It can be a fun and interesting sport.

Posted 12 February 2005 - 11:35 AM

Hate to pile on to old topic, but you are near and dear to my heart talking about ancient firearms.

I do a lot of period fencing, (think 3 musketeers, Dumas, not the candy bar!) and fencing really came about due to the firearm coming of age on the battlefield.

So, how to recreate a firearm that takes time to load and fires sufficiently well that we can feel it when on the battlefield, without being too hard to hit, and can't use chemical power for projectile... (sound familiar??? Sounds like airsoft to me....)

Anyway, this guy I know came up with a rifle that fired a 1" rubber ball. Used surgical tubing for the "spring" power. Had a ram rod that you pushed the ball in with to lock the latch mechanism, and a matchlock looking trigger that stuck into the back of the barrel to catch the aforementioned lock. There were two pieces of surgical tubing that stretched out, and pushed a rod forward to drive the plunger piece that pushed the ball itself. Sounds complicated, but really quite simple. Took about 20 seconds to reload, which was accurate, and would throw a rubber ball about 100 yds pretty well, and fairly accurately.

Thought about building one for myself, just haven't taken time. Only a couple of parts that take any kind of tough machining, rest is straight forward enough.

Might be a possiblity for the airsoft field to take out and have as a surprise for someone... old farmer with his matchlock popping you with a big projectile.
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