A single unit somehow has the ability to tie a dragon to the ground when pursuing from behind. No units blocking path in front. Has happened with beat-up calvary and a forest dragon and again today with a beat-up chariot unit and a frost wyrm. I understand a scenario where a MONSTEROUS unit IN FRONT could logically tie a dragon down but the way it is now makes absolutely no sense and is extremely frustrating. I must have clicked 8000 times trying to free those units.
I’m in the process of manufacturing a break action 410 shotgun. I’m wondering if anyone has any information about the force placed on the fence behind the shell once fired.
Secondly, the barrel internal diameter is gonna be a little loose at .500” but should be ok with the shell expansion. I am more concerned about the strength of the pipe used. Has anyone used galvanized steel rated at 150psi? Suggestions are welcome.
Looking for a counterpart to my Basilisk Ultimate, with similar shape, but lighter weight (and still wireless)
I like the idea of the PUC, but the hump seems to be more towards the middle and not the rear, which is what I prefer.
The Xtrfy M4 looks perfect, but not wireless.
Anything out there that I don't know about? Thanks.
Its for a college project, the only data I could find was of x29 project by nasa. According to that compared to F-16, F-18 and F-15 it had higher Cd at every speed.
(Working on a project to test viability of forward swept over conventional wing design for military application)
I'm a speedplay user who attained a good rearwards cleat position by using the extender plate. Unfortunately I stripped its threads and they don't make them anymore. So I'm looking for a new shoe that would allow me to move the cleat as far back as possible. My current Northwave are pretty terrible for this purpose.
I'm wondering if there would be any utility at all like maybe adding a high frequency bias to the air to effect the port tuning or maybe just firing directly out of the port in reverse polarity to eliminate so it'd work kind of like a low pass filter by phase canceling any higher frequencies in the air leaving the port?
or maybe it'd function just like a rearward facing tweeter but hidden inside the port.
or all of the above combined?
just seems like a fun idea to mess with
We have the camera technology to drive facing the rear of the car and will soon be able to automate driving. Why not sit facing the rear?
I was planning on just going with an AR stock adapter on my slr106, but I'm wondering if anyone has an ideas for a more rearward mounting option for the plastic AK stocks. Ideally the back right side of the stock.
I know people drill into them, so maybe that's an option? It needs to be more towards the top though, so I'll have to take a closer look at the stock and see where I can drill without affecting the storage compartment.
Other thing I saw someone mention was a butt plate with a sling extended punched in our something.
Last idea I had was really tight invoice or take wrapped around the rear of the stock, it would need to be this enough to still be able to folks though.
Thoughts? I really, really hate the around the neck way AK sounds are worn.
Hey all. I'm in the market for some new road shoes but would like a make/model where I can slam the cleat as far back as possible. I find my mountain bike cleats can go further back than my road cleats, but my knee just likes a more rearward positioned cleat in general.
Wondering what that feels like.
I think rearward facing seats are for tradition and not progressive.
I think front facing seats are the future. It helps prepare you for what you will he attacking and working with. I think front facing just makes sense.
On mobile, about to eat dinner, just wanted to hear your guys arguments. Will edit and update after dinner.
PHOTO I can return it if I need to just not sure if it’s normal.
My wife wants to turn the carseat facing forward as she thinks it is uncomfortable for DD facing rearward. I tried explaining to her how much safer it is to keep the carseat rearward instead of forward, but she just wouldn't listen. She says it would be painful for DD to stay in the carseat especially during long journeys.
I am a very experienced driver and I understand how car accidents can happen no matter how safe I try to be.