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The Parts I used are:
(The parts in the pictures are leftovers from the mod)
1. Duct Tape
2. Leftover Clip-On Thingy from the Dart Tag Pistols
3. Cheap Plastic Lenses
6. Cardboard Tube
7. Hot Glue
8. X-acto Knife (to cut the holes for the Clip-On Thingy in the Cardboard Tube)
Now a few pictures of the Scope on the few guns in my posession with the necessary rail:
The Longshot (Yes, I finally got one too)
and the working Scope in Comparison to the Longshot Scope:
(I'll do a seperate thread on the modded Longshot, because it rather belongs into Modifications than Homemades.)
The difference isn't nearly as great as it used to be, but two reasons are:
1)Sub-pixel font rendering. On Windows, a typeface will be physically changed to fit into the pixel grid. For example, bolds are heavier than in print, and typefaces can look lighter than print. A Mac's font rendering is truer to the actual printed page.
2)Better color management. Workflow color management is overall better, as software solutions are built into the system.
Nothing that couldn't be integrated into a Windows Operating System.
Ergo: No Reason for buying a Mac to me.
Besides, NerfCenter could revive all available information about Nerf Blasters in a Nerf-Wiki.
I'd say we should just give it a go and see how it turns out.
The PS3 is just too expensive at the moment, besides they might release a sleeker version after a few years, so I'll just wait.
Besides, anybody heard about the offer on Amazon for the 360? I'm glad I waited until a massive price drop rolled in.
Yes I did, I'm not modding anything without my dremel nowadays.
Did you use a Dremel to cut out the trigger hole for the BBB/NQ?
The first thing that came to mind when I saw it was the LnL.
I noticed that similarity too, it guess it's the handle.