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Air gun easy loader

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One picture more - preparation for loading the gun. These guides are little bulky, but secure on the shaft. I will make also same smaller guides, probably for second and third guides, in case of loading long and/or thin shaft. For 7 mm shaft, on 30 kg loading effort, one guide should be on every 50 - 60 cm. For small pneumatic like Cressi 70 or similar no guides are necessary. In case on the picture, Cyrano 850 with 7 mm shaft, one guide is sufficient. With Asso 135, two guides would be enough.
 

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Now the Easy Loader it is finished and complete. Marko made this smaller type holders for spectra. Small loop of spectra ensures friction and prevents it to disengage form the shaft.
 

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[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTbsEr7OfBA]‪Improved Easy Loader‬‏ - YouTube[/ame]

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[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1S8PmGPIAw]Easy Loader (last version) - YouTube[/ame]
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[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBVjhULjoAA]Loader_guide.MPG - YouTube[/ame]


[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BODxCNzD8QY]Loader unwrap - YouTube[/ame]
 
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Slightly different way of attaching a loader to Cyrano:



No parts of loader remains on the gun after using the loader.
 
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I was even thinking about to use a knot like this on a picture instead of using a steel joint.

 
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A few tricks that can help prevent bending of the arrows.









 
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Would it be possible to
Order your loader ??
Sent to the us??
 
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This is the work of my son. Hi made this loader similar to one of my previous loaders. Hi solved the problem of attaching the loader to the gun on only one side of the gun what works good.



Would you make me one??
 
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Some new pictures of attaching Easy Loader to the gun.








 
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Djohn

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very cool ive seen others but i like how yours has rollers in it so the line is flush with the spear.
 
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very cool ive seen others but i like how yours has rollers in it so the line is flush with the spear.

Thanks! I haven't seen others yet. Can put some link to others?
 
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The simplest Easy loader I have.
This was actually easy loader for my wooden speargun to pull rubber bands. There is maybe still a picture of it somewhere on this forum..? I have not used it for years and now I had an idea to use it like a hand winch when I need some force between two points to rise something heavy (I can rise my weight..), to stretch or compress some spring or tighten a cable..

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This design is much better and safer, I mean using the plastic part...
Everything what is under the red vertical line must be in line and the angle of 85 degree is important for safety and convenience.
 

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This is a modification to an existing Easy Loader. I've added a frictional breaking possibility...

 
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This is a modification to an existing Easy Loader. I've added a frictional breaking possibility...



Here a 30 kg canister is hanging on Easy Loader on brake.

 
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