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BP, the valve is a simple construct that does not yield great results. Basically, it is a PVC or CPVC air tank made from a section of PVC or CPVC with plugs/caps at each end. A hole is drilled in both caps. Through this hole, a rod is fitted. This rod must plug both holes. When it is pulled one way, the other side of the rod will leave the hole in its respective cap and open the "valve" (the path between the output hole and the pressurized tank). The air will then leave through that hole. The valve is difficult to use well because the rod must slide easily and still maintain a good seal. There are better substitutes.
I wonder how hard that thing shoots.
No way to be sure, especially since it looks like the firing system and barrel rotation system are independent and possibly not aligned correctly. Then again, we could ask yamo1231 to see if he knows and really did do this mod.
Right Now - Fort Minor
Cigarettes - Fort Minor
Kenji - Fort Minor
Slip out the Back - Fort Minor
Frgt/10 - Linkin Park
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Optik Army Taliban - Optik Army & Kool Savas
Brooklyn 2 Berlin - Kool Savas & Mr. Man
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BN: It depends. Is the Titan simply re-shelled or were there extra parts (new air tank, new pump, a new way of pulling the trigger) added. The former belongs in modifications unless the case is something new and difficult or adventagoeus to design/have, and the latter goes in homemades. At least, that's my understanding of the line between the two.
Also, if you want to rub it in, and then ask us to give you good titles for it, then you are truly retarded.
Do you really think you should still be using these? It was a(n)
it is also possible to break windows with this
There are different kinds, depending on the bayonet you want to mount. The muskets of the American Revolution had a slotted shroud over the muzzle that a bayonet would slip into and then lock, much like how one attaches the front gun the Longshot. M4s have a mount under the front sight and perpendicular to the barrel that looks like a tab woth grooves cut into it. In Nerf, it doesn't really matter, because you can just make a shroud that slips over the muzzle, and then has tabs that can snap into the existing grooves to hold it in place. It is completely up to the owner. Just remember to make the shroud with an inner diameter larger than that of your barrel so it doesn't catch the dart after the gun is fired.
The slots on the Scout barrel do not look like a bayonet mount. If I understand the Wikipedia article, and it's actually true and not edited by vandals or idiots, it wouldn't work like that. Or are there different kinds of bayonet mounts?
For a better-fitting spring, cut down an AR-15 buffer spring available here.
As for what I thought about the NIC, I don't really remember. Based on the depth and detail in the write-ups, the level of complexity of some homemades, and the general experience that everyone seemed to have, I thought that the NIC was a great idea and somewhere I could join to contribute. There weren't many idiots who blocked up the forums with useless posts, so I also thought that this site in particular was a clean, put-together site of people who actually knew what they were doing. That view hasn't changed, despite the Great Noob Influx (we needed a name for that event).
Other than that, make sure your spring is seated correctly on the spring perch and not inferfering with the catch.
I know a little bit about what I'm talking about. 99% of all computer problems are made moot by system back ups. I say 99% because the only thing that will render a backup useless is if your computer is destroyed in a fire or stolen. Even then, you buy a new computer and load the back up.
Well, this solves the problem of getting everything back in case of a failure, but it might be more helpful to know why this problem occurs. In the brief time that I used Firefox, this happened twice, so I dumped the program.
Edit: No! I was too late! Why?
We laugh at getting parental permission. The problem is letting users gain memberships before their 13th birthday.
for all you peopel who want to know how old i am i am 13.... and yes my mom knows i get on this site if you are curious
The Longshot might be a bit much for new modders (not me, and if you have patience and the ability to plan out what you are doing, by all means go for it...), but the Big Bad Bow, Nite Finder, and sometimes even the Dart Tag guns are good beginner guns, easy to find, and easy to mod. They are available at Wal-Mart, Toys-R-Us, and Target.
P.S.: You might want to clean up your spelling, grammar, and capitalization.
P.S.: I am kind of indifferent on the questions-in-an-essay subject, but you seem to write well using them.
1: The Big Salvo's trigger is very large, and takes up almost every bit of the space in the trigger guard.
2: The LBB trigger pulls a firing pin back against the pressure in the air tank, so a keyring trigger of any sort would be far too difficult and painful (thin metal ring digging into your finger) to pull back, not to mention put unneeded stress on any pivot points.
He left both pumps in. You would usually take out any unused material to trim down on the figure and weight. I'm also sure he would have mentioned an internal integration that extensive. If he proves me wrong, then that's also good.
Why the hell not? You could easily T all four salvo chambers out of the main pressure chamber on the LBB and have all five barrels operate on the same pump and trigger, like a volley titan on steroids. I've thought of doing exactly that, in fact.
I doubt they would be, there isn't much that you could possibly integrate. My two criticisms are that is looks bulky and difficult to balance while pumping. I still wouldn't want to be on the receiving end, though.
Sweet. Need better pictures. Are they integrated anymore than just having the cases epoxied together at the handle?
Shorty: I know, that was part of the inspiration for saying that.
What happened to the old NerfHaven? I am not about to go on and say that this site is terrible and imply that I will leave or that I should be looking for other forums, but rather to ask something several people are probably wondering with me.
When I joined almost a year ago, this site was much different. What was once a true haven for both those well-versed in Nerf-related topics as well as newcomers who carried a fascination with the hobby has now sunken into a state of degradation. Several members post acting as if they have some clue as to what they are discussing. Others ask idiotic questions. It isn’t the fact that they ask questions that bothers me, but that they are often so simple that a single search would reveal the wealth of information that they are begging for because they are too lazy to do their own research. There is a tutorial authored by Carbon that is pinned in the General Nerf subcategory. Does nobody use this? Sifting through the useless jumble of threads written by those too ignorant to read that post is a hassle, and only gives a way for post-mongering and useless members to up their post count. This needs to end.
Another noticeable point: the language used here. AIM-speak, or chat room abbreviations, are appearing more frequently now, despite their prohibition by our Code of Conduct. Vulgar language is also popping up quite often. It is realized that some crude language is acceptable under certain circumstances or once in a great while, but now members (a handful in particular) are resorting to it either because cusses are some of the only words in their limited vocabulary or they feel the need to make themselves appear tough to hide who they truly are. Spelling and grammar are also losing meaning to this society. Blame it on typing speed, slow down your typing. Blame it on a lack of knowledge of the word or grammar rules, Webster Online or Microsoft Word (or a suitable program with Spell Check) can help. Ignorance isn’t even an excuse. Posts don’t always have to be completely correct, as there is slight leeway for error, but they do need to be readable.
These two problems are often dwarfed by the third: useless posting. Idiotic threads, whether in Off Topic or not, do not have a place here. Websites exist for such “contributions,” but this is not one of them. People who post arbitrarily or with random content: Tourette’s Syndrome does not carry over to writing. Post something useful or do not post. Members who only flame others, such as Substance Abuse (I feel no guilt in calling him out. He’s the most recognized example, plus he has been banned for it as if to emphasize the point.), have no purpose. If they want to abuse the privilege that has been graciously given to them, they ought not to have that privilege anymore.
In short, we need to work on restoring NH to its glory. It isn’t the administrators’ job to watch over these forums constantly. They have lives, as do most of us. If we can take the extra minute and read over our posts, think about its value to this society, then we will have eliminated most of the problem. Make a difference.
Fuck it. Sorry for wasting everyone's time.