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sharxbyte

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About sharxbyte

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  • Birthday 10/02/1991

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    alex.leslie@sbcglobal.net
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    http://zazzle.com/sharxbyte*, Http://www.immersion.massagetherapy.com
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    Male
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    I'm a sniper... Why would I tell you where I am...? California...=]
  • Interests
    knives, swords, fire, running, swimming, art, computers, soccer.

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  • Airsoft Replicas Owned
    Primary weapon: KJW m700p Secondary: GBB WE G39c Side arm: GBB glock previous guns: double uhc spring Berettas.
  1. I've been problem solving this in my head for literally over a decade: How can we make a high quality, cheap to reload, not TOO expensive realistic frag? In particular I wanted something that I could rig to a tripwire or throw with variable delay. Well, I finally sat down to CAD it this weekend, and since I work at a machine shop and have a lathe at home, it may actually happen (at least prototype) before too long. I only have the "core" part drawn so far, and was too lazy to draw a pin. Im also not at home, so I'll upload higher quality images later but here's a couple teaser pics taken with my phone camera. Feel free to drop feedback and ask questions, but I've tried to make it as simple as possible. For the sake of my sanity I didn't CAD any threads, but assume that the main body and the head are attached via thread, and the bottom of the main body comes off so the inner "cup" piston can be inserted. Maintenance should be easy and it isnfully field serviceable with as few small parts as possible. Variable time delay (I will edit the timing piston size as necessary, but the goal is to have 0 second, 3 second, and 6 second positions. The piston is pulled back by a cord which attaches to the orange secondary safety plug on the other end) the timing piston rides in a linear bearing track which is held in place by a set screw (not pictured) Neodymium magnets take the place of springs for longevity and consistency to push the piston closed. The small aperture at the front of the piston restricts airflow and serves as the "fuse". once the piston is fully closed, the firing pin/inner cup piston can shoot up. the chamber is charged with propane/green gas from the bottom which provides the pressure to force the firing pin up. The unit will likely be made of a combination of milled aluminum and delrin with rubber O-rings I plan to make an injection moulded hard rubber slip-over frag cover which will hold BBS but am also considering moulded paper mache with BBs or powder (maybe even a steady jet of cornstarch or something for a fireless smoke screen?) or other biodegradable disposable covers. For now the importance is modularity and functionality over time. Images in gallery below. Thanks for your time! http://imgur.com/a/Vu8AWMl
  2. Thanks for sharing. Unfortunately, this is a common trait with CA legislation.
  3. The law specifies that a device which expels a bb is included. Also having the ability to expel a paintball does not remove the BB expelling capability. no loophole there.
  4. Very true. As for needing to be a legal scholar to understand and read legislation, I think that people who assume such are selling themselves short, and/or lazy. I've had a good 5 years (amateur) practice (wrong word? I'm not paid, but I also don't have any great love of the sport, that is, the reading of legislation) and am fairly good at picking out the important bits and deciphering it. By alienating yourselves from reading and trying to understand legislation, you contribute to the general ignorance which has already allowed the legislature to do so much damage. the jargon and organization are all similar, and after reading a few (or one multiple times) you begin to follow the structure. I encourage you to read this one in its entirety (it's really not all that large) because it affects you, and because you already have a decent summary at your disposal to help you understand.
  5. I read the bill in its entirety and saw nothing of grandfathering. this IS an ex-post-facto law, and as such, to be constitutional, would need to include a grandfathering clause, but the legislature doesn't tend to follow the rules of constitutionality...
  6. My KJW isn't as good as a P* as far as consistency, versatility or weight. the consistency could be fixed with a purchased (not home-built) HPA rig, but my effective range is 400 feet, and so given the right team and terrain, I can compete with a polar star outfitted team. I love P*, and believe that they are at least part of the next generation of airsoft. maybe your team should invest in noise-making devices to add to the SIM. aspect of the game. other than that, they are superior, and as it's always been, if you want the best equips (be they spring sniper rifles, Tanaka (or upgraded KJW) rifles, or any of the high end AEG's, you will HAVE to pay out the nose, or get REALLY lucky on craigslist.
  7. I've contacted the Admin for the initial post to be updated with information on compliance.
  8. Yeah, I wish it hadn't passed, and I'll have to mod all of my guns... it's not NEARLY as bad as originally proposed, but it still has teeth.
  9. Honestly your forum opinion isn't worth someone getting a felony. Evidence for false flag accusation? again, evidence?
  10. No, that may be the front he's working under, but DeLeon has had something out for Airsofters for years.
  11. Not true. You are affected because CA is where the majority of airsoft importers are located.
  12. SB808 passed(different law). this will probably come up soon.
  13. Airsofters of California (and other states who may be affected in the future): Now that California Senate Bill 199 has passed the state legislature and been signed into law, you should know what that means. Below I will post the contents of the old thread (too late to do anything about it now, but it will put the thread into context) as well as (more importantly) the details that you need to know about mandatory changes. The law requires that any airsoft guns you will be transferring, or transporting (among other things) have new markings added. For those of you outside CA, any airsoft weapons purchased from Evike, Airsoft GI, Airsplat, and other retailers will likely become compliant to CA law unless the businesses decide to move out of state. The exact bill text is quoted below, and the bill in its entirety is linked above the quote. In general, you'll need to paint or otherwise modify pistol grips on pistols, trigger guards on all airsoft guns, and 2 or more features on rifles to be fluorescent. The law comes into effect Jan 1, 2016 and the (civil, not criminal) fines are HEFTY! DO NOT BE CAUGHT WITH A NON-COMPLIANT GUN EVEN IF YOU ARE JUST VISITING CA!!! https://leginfo.legi...=201320140SB199 Quote I'll post the old thread below: sharxbyte, on 14 Jan 2014 - 1:31 PM, said:
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