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(even if you only let 25 rounds at a time hang out of the pack?)Thats exactly what I was thinking. To bad that would be an awsome way to carry a lot of ammo..
Well, you could store belts in your backpack, but you could'nt feed them into the Vulcan from your backpack. The gears in the blaster don't have that much strength to pull a chain longer than 25. You can do a 50 chain, but that is pushing it. The gears have a lot of stress put on them, and there is a small part that breaks a lot when you put too much stress on the gears. But if this is'nt what you were thinking of, try to be a little more specific. Or, were you talking about single fire mode?
I was at work and decided to just post this up I will add the appropriate step by step pictures on Sat. Also was not sure if you were being sarcastic but I am 32 LOL
How many times do I have to tell you kids this. Don't post these write ups until you can show your final product. If you have pictures at home, wait till you get home to post the whole thread.
1 The Nerf Bandolier (duh)
3. Fabrictac (or some other fabric Glue)
4. A wide enough belt that the bandolier will rest on. Or if you are like me. A belt blank(and assorted belt finishing materials) from a leather store like Tandy Leather. That way you can have a personalized belt.
5. Pop or Craft rivets.
7. Heavy Duty Paper Clips. (The Black kind with the fold over grips.)
This is a really easy mod to do. I will post pics of my mod this weekend.
So step one. Lay the Bandolier (from now on abreviated NB) flat on a table. you want to cut the end of the NB off just before the first elastic strap. Save the material for a later step.
#2. You want to take the lighter to the frayed ends of the NB from where you cut the excess off. This will get rid of any frayed end and will slightly melt and char each end to prevent more fraying.
#3. (this part is assuming you have a premade belt or a belt blank already made the way you want)
lay the NB onto your belt and position it to where you would like it. Mark where the NB end on the belt using a pencil.
#4 apply a generous ammount of the Fabrictac to the underside of the NB and then lay it onto the belt. Using the Heavy Duty paper clips use them as claps for the NB and belt. Let it dry for 24 hours.
#5. For extra support I would either use some pop rivets or flat hammer rivets to Rivet the NB to the Belt.
#6. Attach the C clips to some of the extra material left over and then rivet those to your belt. So you have use of thos clips.
So that is a down and dirty Mod for turning the NB into a belt. I will post pics of mine this weekend. If anybody has any comments or constructive crit on how to improve this Idea please share.
I would be interested in going also if this is still in the works. I live in Santee so it would not be that far for me either. I would be bringing a couple of recons. A long strike,raider and a Vulcan. All have had the AR's removed except for the Vulcan. (I do have a 75 round chain for it though) This would also be my first Nerf war. I hope it gets off of the ground.Nerf swords would be great for that, anyways I could probably go, I live in El Cajon....San Diego's only like 15 minutes away. Unfortunately I'm going on a cruise ship for a week from the 19th of January to the 26th. But if it's before then great, all I have to do is ask my parents, otherwise I can do it.
My armaments are the Recon, Raider, a pair (2) of Mavericks, and a pair of Strikefires, oh and also I have 1 blue and 1 yellow nerf swords
Every gun there is stock, unmodded, and also I want the host of the war to know that this is gonna be my first war so I'll probably be asking ALOT of questions and annoying him/her to no end because of that, heh heh
Ok I know double posting is extremely erotic but I needed to make a correction, I meant to quote Fragtacular because his zombie comment is what I was referring to when I said Nerf swords would be great for that
well I was thinking on the main gun where the grill is at on either side couldnt I feed the line for the lights into that drill some holes on the inside part of the gril and that is where the light would come out.
to be honest its for a costume I belong to the sandiego star wars society. We are a not for profit organization we do charity events parades all sorts of cool stuff and I have a custom bounty hunter costume. I Have adapted the LS to my costume with a custome paint job I modified the stock a little bit so I wanted to add lights and sounds so I wanted to come to the experts and get your guys opinion.
Well, it depends. Are you wanting the Longshot to still be able to fire after you add the electronics? If you are, I'm not quite sure where you're going to put the light.
You are exactly correct sniperdude
ok i believe that that is the light/sound system from a starwars clone blaster, so you would want the light by the barrel somehow, or right under the clip import, or above, and the speaker can go anywhere that u can fit it, and drill holes so the sound can come out, you might need to extend the wires with some more wire, and some solder.
and install it into this. (BTW I have to thank Captain Slug for posting this pick it has come in quite handy several times)
now obviously the round part is the speaker I will be using a smaller battery box and the square piece between the speaker and the batteries is the circuitry and switch and the two parts to the right are obviously the LED's I will be adding one or two more to this but I wanted the experts opinion on the best way of installing this into my LS
Has anybody done a barrel extension for the Alphahawk yet?. I have seen 1 picture of an example but with nothing showing HOW they did this. I am mainly looking for a cosplay so It doesn't have to be functional. I want to make the barrel removable so I will have different options. (I.E. use it as a carbine or as a loser rifle).
This is what I am thinking. Grab 1"-3/4 PVC reducer X2 (This may require some sanding to the inner portion of the gun to accommodate the larger outer diameter of the reducer).
Place one reducer right in front of the cylinder, and another towards the front of the blaster, secured in place with your choice of adhesive or other means.)
On the front reducer, drill a small hole in the side, Use a tap and appropriate size threaded screw. For your friction lock. Now you can remove and replace the barrel any length you want.