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"Keith Wade" <wadegang-at-hotmail.com>
Re: wasting paintballs on army men? what about a water machine gun?[TANKS]
Sat, 13 Jan 2007 18:26:33 +1300
Technically your electronics should be water proof anyway, and it would only
leak if it was badly cared for or is just falty.
And considering the amount of care people take into building these things,
dont you think they would more than likely test it, not to mention take
extra precutions with their wires and control systems. In a boating hobby I
remember they put the electronics in watertight rubber bags.
I think the real problem would be guarding other tanks electronics, I would
hate to put another tank out of the runnings because water got into it.
Anyway I dont have any pictures of a Matilda Murray, so how could I build
In any circumstance, like Mark said, putting discs under the soldiers is
probably a better option than building a tank that cant take down other
tanks. Still, it would be cool if someone actually made a flamethrower
(water) tank in this hobby.
>From: "Derek Engelhaupt" <tankme-at-gmail.com>
>Subject: Re: wasting paintballs on army men? what about a water machine
>Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2007 09:16:04 -0600
>Yeah, it would be neat to see one of those water tanks leak, short out your
>electronics, and start your tank on fire. Now that would be fun....;)
>On 1/12/07, Keith Wade <wadegang-at-hotmail.com> wrote:
>>If they make rules for that, I'm changing my design from a MkV Matilda to
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>> >Subject: Re: wasting paintballs on army men? what about a water machine
>> >Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2007 07:08:23 EST
>> >could claim it to be a flame thrower without the flame
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