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 Post Posted: Sat Jun 28, 2003 9:00 am 
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Originaly posted by FoxxLord,
After sleeving two pieces of 3" Sch40 this morning and attempting to stick in a pop can down the new barrel, it's not going to fit.
Not real sure why since the test rings were the same pipe material and a can fit (even with a slight gap). Maybe Code Red Dew has a funky size or something. But anyway, if you have (had) big plans for pop can barrel you might want to look into the matter a little closer.

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 Post Posted: Sat Jun 28, 2003 12:00 pm 
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Originaly posted by Orangekid13,
I don't think that pop cans change size at all, other than funky ones like the "hinekin keg can" (saw a commercial for it the other day) but they're prolly not expecially perfect when they're making them.

What you should do now, is invent something that has a sharp spine, a felt or rubber gasket, and something to make sure the spine goes in the bottom of the can dead center. You could be able to just push this into the bottom of a pop can, shove it down a 3" barrel, and fire.

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 Post Posted: Tue Jul 01, 2003 2:00 pm 
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Originaly posted by Divine_Madcat,
Actually orange, each soad type has a different about of carbination, and thus can cause deformed cans.

Poster: If you can, grab some cans of things like Hawian(sp) Punch, as those should not be deformed. :)


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