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airsoft minigun (as in XM134)


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toymaker

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Hi there,
I'm building a prototype airsoft (technically it's a spring gun) minigun. Should be finished in the next three weeks. The prototype will be for sale. As it is a prototype it's a bit rough and ready, but still useable. Any offers?

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  • Guns: Way to many for this box now. Not sure if thats good or bad :S

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Not paticularly interested in buying but would love to see pics

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Just a heads up, people will want to see pics and also have the peace of mind that the gun will last and is well build. im sure there both but just giving a heads up give specs and pics of the bits etc.

Hope this helps.

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Just a heads up, people will want to see pics and also have the peace of mind that the gun will last and is well build. im sure there both but just giving a heads up give specs and pics of the bits etc.

Hope this helps.


OMG never thought it'd take this long to finish...I'd say it's not a brilliant idea to spin it up to high revs, there's some things you can make without a machine shop, and there's some things you really can't !!!!




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