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Join date : 2011-07-29
|Subject: Airsoft BB Armed Walking Robot 29/7/2011, 6:21 am|| |
Im aware that this forum is mostly for people using realistic BB firepower for games, milsim, etc, but i have a (maybe) unique question for you:
Im designing a remote controlled robot, and i want it to use a electric BB gun for its armament. Its been done before in USA, but ive yet to hear anyone doing it in NZ. Ive found it difficult to purchase what im after, which is basically a powerful BB gun, sans the gun part - so basically just the BB gearbox, wiring, barrel, hopup maybe, in its rawest form - so that i can design a custom case around it, more befitting the 1/24 scale im using.
What i have found is "Gearbox and Sets" under "AEG internal parts" (wont let me post links)
From this website, but i am unsure of exactly what I am getting here as the information is a bit lacking. For example, something like the [UP-27] (wont let me post pics)
Appears to be what im after, but it is quite expensive at $236. Is there any cheaper versions, that i could pull apart to take out the mechanism? Also, what voltage do these run on?
If anyone has any experience with this, id like to hear your opinions.
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Join date : 2010-12-18
Age : 31
Location : Waitakere
|Subject: Re: Airsoft BB Armed Walking Robot 4/8/2011, 4:47 am|| |
Firstly, check with the local police/firearms laws regarding arming of remotely controled devices (uav, vehicles, robots, sentrys, etc).
I was wanting to arm my UAV but have been told by several groups I'd run in to problems with the authorities if I tried.
On that advice, i didnt bother looking further into it.
the US have completely different laws and constitutions, which allow them to do such things