ropsitos Posted January 20, 2014 Share Posted January 20, 2014 (edited) I'm ramping up my garage airsoft and after making a bunch of knock down targets, I decided I needed a texas star, especially since the BAM airsoft star has been out of stock for several months. All plywood minus the steel for the shaft and bearings. The paddles are held on with magnets. I need to do some work with the magnets because they seem a little too grabby. I might also have some binding of paddles on the side supports when the paddle is no in the vertical position. Plate are 5-3/8" diameter and arms are 16" from the edge of the circle to the end of a single arm. I'm about 7yd away. I'm also not sure it's moving fast enough, the thin paddles might not be shifting the CG enough when they are knocked off...I might try slotting the arms to remove some weight so the CG shift is more dramatic. I'll have to find some videos of the real deal to compare too. Take a look and let me know what you think. thanks Bob Edited January 20, 2014 by ropsitos Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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