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Posted: 3/27/2002 12:25:08 PM EDT
My brother needed some cash to move into a new apartment, so I just acquired a Bushy. I'm sure the picture speaks for itself, but it's got a heavy barrel and camo stock. [IMG]http://www.gotbeer.net/images/guns/web/images/camobushy.jpg[/IMG] I also just picked up this 37mm launcher for my Colt. [IMG]http://www.gotbeer.net/images/guns/web/images/colt-37mm2.jpg[/IMG]
Link Posted: 3/27/2002 12:42:47 PM EDT
Very nice bro! Are you going to be doing any modifications to the Bushy, or will you leave it "as is"? Tyler
Link Posted: 3/27/2002 12:44:33 PM EDT
How well does that bump assist trigger thingy on the Colt work? The 37mm looks like it hangs a little low.
Link Posted: 3/27/2002 12:47:58 PM EDT
Sniff...Nice gun...Sniff...[>(] You make everyone under Caliban rule jealous with envy.
Link Posted: 3/27/2002 12:50:21 PM EDT
if your ever in houston texas, bring your bushy and your colt. then let me know, and i will show you where the range is. can you let me shoot your 37mm? i have never done it. thanks!
Link Posted: 3/27/2002 12:51:44 PM EDT
Tyler, I'm probably goin got keep the Bushy stock. I do like the look of the Y-Comp and Y-mini comp from Bushmaster. I haven't decided which one I like better yet, but I'm going to put one on it. Trickshot, Don't waste your time with the Tac-Trigger, just learn to bump fire. Works much better! I am tweaking my tac trigger though, and I seem to be making progress. The laucher seems to fit fine, and I installed it using the mounts that came with it. It's my first one, so I just did it the way that made the most sense to me. Is there a way to bring it closer to the barrel?
Link Posted: 3/27/2002 12:55:00 PM EDT
jboze, I've never played around with 37mm's before. Is that a lever (attached to an internal spring) on the right side? Does this thing actually fire like a pinball machine? Just curious...nice rifles.
Link Posted: 3/27/2002 2:01:26 PM EDT
The lever is used to "cock" it. When you pull the trigger, it launches the firing pin forward, and it strikes the primer on the 37mm round. Pretty simple!
Link Posted: 3/27/2002 5:55:56 PM EDT
Oh, okay (I guess this is, "Duh, Beavis" Day for me :-) The Army M203 works a little differently, but I suppose the principle is still the same. Cocking action on a 203 is generated by manipulation of the tube itself, which then cocks the internal hammer for firing. What kind of range to you get out of one of those? Are there many different loads you can buy for a 37mm? And - does anyone make an adapter so I can put one on my M4gery?
Link Posted: 3/28/2002 6:22:31 AM EDT
The range depends on the lift charge. The ones I've bought seem to go over 100 yards straight up. You can reload them, and people claim to get over 200 yards from some. They have many different kinds of rounds, from bird bombs, to smoke, to starburts (like fireworks). And YES, they do make mounts to fit the M4gery!
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