the new spud gun
- the new design is a smashing success, there are a few un expected
results how ever. very noticable loss of volume. increased range and
almost no muzzel flash. this modification was done to my first spud
gun and is highly recomended. all that was done is to recess the
barrel into the combustion chamber. you need to get a file to remove
the stop on the 3-1 1/2 adapter and just slide the barrel(1 1/2
pvc)till it is about 1 in above where the cleanout plug comes to when
closed. mark it pull it out apply primer to both peices. re insert
barrel 2 in above mark coat area below mark with pvc cement push
barrel to mark and give 1/4 turn. allow to dry.
- Wow. i founded this group several years ago, then forgot about it when
i moved to europe and did'nt have access to the web on regular basis,
i also lost all my guns in the move, as the military would not ship
them overseas, Recently i started college in Illinois and am looking
forward to get back to the spudguns and catch up with the group.
Again i apoligize for my extended absense.
for my gun -
i'm thinking another PVC gun not sure one the size, definately propane
for the fuel, and a stun gun for the ignitor, this should solve the
problem of flints getting wet , or with a bbq ignitor just not being
strong enough. hope to post pics of it soon.
founder of Underground Ballistics