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The Slimerizer was one of those unreleased toys though, but yes, it does looks like a poo-zooka.
But I think so too, they could make nice GB blasters, especially with the glow-in-the-dark discs.
Heck, I'd even take GB Super Soakers if Hasbro would release some with backpacks and CPS systems inside.
Hasbro has aquired Kenner, and could easily reproduce some of the toys from their Ghostbusters line once the new movie comes around.
I mean they had previous toys that got quite close already in terms of style (Neutrona Blaster, Rapid-Fire Ecto Blaster, etc).
Then I was looking at some of the recent Nerf blasters, and a thought crossed my mind: Which of the current line of blasters would make great Ghostbuster toys?
Not just as in "slap a GB sticker on it" and maybe a white paint job, but as in an actual toy for the (inevitable) GB3 line.
The ones I would think of would of course be the Vortex line, because the Proton already feels like a Hand-held-ghosttrap IMHO.
Dunno, but what do you guys/girls think about this?
Skip to 2:12, you might not make it through the whole video without raging a bit about the two bumlords that show you around.
And as tempting as it may be, please no insults on their comments section, it's the official Nerf channel after all (Then again, are they seriously aiming at the Tween demographic? Ugh.)
EDIT: Another video, less tween band members, vikings fighting with (foam) axe and swords instead.
But the Rock-It Launcher is just as awesome. I usually tend to take the Human Body Parts that the Supermutants store at their campsites as ammunition.
This is Nerf Haven, this is the place where the seperation between reasonable, contributing members and inadequate numbnuts takes place. It has been like that ever since the forum existed, the only thing that changed is the influx of new members, which the Admins are regulating on their own quite effective.
Rest assured, it's just a matter of days until everyone new has seen someone get banned for a number of reasons, setting an example of what not to do.
You write music and send files to each other. With some emails and phone calls you could eventually put a song together. I thought that this might be a fun thing to do because you don't need to live in the same vicinity to play. You could have a basest in China and a Drummer in Africa.
This has been done before, they're called Stabilizer. Good luck with your Band!
"toy dart shooters and foam toy darts for use therewith"
They might just be trade marking it for the fun of it, or they are trade marking it because they will make it a blaster.
Could be, but why won't I find anything under "Spartan NCS-12" or "Crusher SAD-6" ?
On the other hand, I googled for "Raider CS-6", and look what I stumbled upon: Proof of Existence?
Am I the only person left in the world that wants their phone to just be a phone?
I have a crappy Nokia 1100, and the calculator, text messaging, and LED flashlight are the only extra features it has aside from being a phone.
I'm perfectly fine with having a device that does one thing, and does it well. You end up with a much more affordable device with greater battery life.
I do have to side with you on this one. The old Nokia 3310 I have is 8 years old now, but still works without a hint of errors or any other problems. Personally it's the hardest substance I know, right after the Original Gameboy. It fell down numerous of stairs, flew 8 meters down to the ground, and it still works as on day one.
Next time, I'll bring some friends from the Netherlands and Germany. Take it as a promise.
Veoh really isn't as good a replacement, the quality is just as bad as YouTube. Isn't there a better alternative with DivX around?
Well, all I actually wanted to do was to throw my two cents into the Longshot-Pool.
Whats so special about it?
Not much has changed, but what is special is the Front Sight. But if you're looking for special as in special special, it's the only Longshot in Europe (that I know of), but I don't think that counts.
On topic: What is the carpet for? I assume it's to hold the smaller lens in place in the center of the tube.
Actually, I used the Hot Glue to keep both lenses in place, since the largest point of focus wasn't much already.
The Carpet was used as a material for the outer shell, simply because I ran out of foam.
The red circled area is where the piece of Carpet was used:
The Cardboard Tube itself actually is a small cylindrical box for chocolate cookies, so all I had to do to keep the small lens in place was to cut a hole into the bottom and glue it in place.
But please specify: where exactly does it say its not working.
I do not need to specify anything because I am a Rear Admiral of nerfhaven!
So? Unless you want to ban me for contributing something related to our interests tell me what I did wrong so I can edit and do it right, otherwise I don't get your point.