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Anyways, it'd help if you gave us more than chopped up sentences and snotty remarks. Give us a few GOOD pictures and we might be able to help you.
You already answered my question, as it looks like you could only get two fingers on there...
It seems as though we'll be seeing a lot of these with handle replacements too.
Sorry if this is a stupid question:
Do think it would be possible to mod the magazine so it is center with the gun (longshot)?
I'm sorry, I felt stupid after I asked if it would be possible to relocate the priming mechanism so I could have a side loading Recon...
However what you're asking for is just that. A recon. A Raider with a bottom loading clip is a Recon.
When the Stormfire is primed, it looks as though the priming bar is still held in the shell of the gun, which is a big plus in my eyes.\\
Edit: Had to fix a brainfart sentence.
Ice, does it look like there would be a way to completely bypass that bar that connects the front Shotgun Priming system? For example, does it look like there would be a way to put a bolt on it so that you could completely remove the front barrel?
I actually super glue straws into my stefans, it keeps them from bending, and makes them much easier to load.
However, this is just ridiculous, and dangerous. A higher powered air gun will tear a dart open, and sometimes shoot a BB out of a home made Stefan. I could just see someone showing up with Pencil Stefans, and someone leaving in an ambulance with a stick of graphite in their eye.
You throw it at something, and it 'explodes'.
However, it's just shooting out bits of foam, which won't fly very far, so you'd practically need to HIT someone with it...
Sorry, I don't see how whipping rubberbanded couplers around makes a 'frag grenade.' Why do we even need a frag? This isn't Halo, it's nerf.
I got $100, and some chocolate.
I got a voucher for 2 AT2K's from Kohl's since mine still sell them. Ifa nyone wants one I'll see what I can do.
What the fuck, you guys get that much stuff for easter?! Holy shit, what are holidays coming to? I got a cheap shirt (which is awesome) and the chance to spend time with my family.
I tottaly agree. I'm lucky if I get $100 for my birthday or Christmas...
I don't know about anyone else, but the main reason I don't like the longshot is the clips. If you reload a clip, you have to use two hands, which is a little uncomfortable, especially with an integration, whereas you do not need to let go of the gun to reload a RSCB.
What's the point of RSCB clipping a previously clipped gun, besides range?
How is reloading a clip any harder than reloading a RSCB?
Oh, unless you're talking about actually loading darts back into the clip, I could understand that. Anyone who uses a Longshot with clips either a) has a lot of spare magazines, (I have 9, and two hicaps) or uses the tactical magazine setup, where two magazines are spaced next to each other so that you can reload one while the other is still in the gun.
Keep in mind, Split, that the mechanism which pushes/pulls back the plunger tube could most very likely be attached at the front of the priming handle, extending the stroke by another good dart length or a bit more.
No, it would be the same, no matter where it is attached. The front and back of the priming handle move the same amount, the front cannot go any farther in relation than the back can.
Just think about it for a second, it should click.
"Hey mom/dad, can you take me up to the hardware store this weekend? I'd like to get some stuff to modify my nerf guns."
End of story.
Unless your darts are a crappy fit.
But excellent job, I don't want to sound like I'm ragging on your mod, it's really great, the only problem is that sized PETG is much harder to find than brass.
Kudos to you.
That's hawt. I have yet to be good with my intuos tablet and everything I try to draw ends up looking like a sugar high four-year-old drawing a stick figure on KidPix.
I love photoshop though.
It takes a LONG while to get used to it.
The hardest thing I think to get used to was the drawing surface. It's very very smooth, theres no resistance, and it's hard to tell how much pressure you're putting down. I found layering anywhere between 1-3 pieces of construction paper over it helps, but after a while I just ended up giving in and getting used to drawing with just the tablet surface. I haven't used it ever since the semester started, so it took me a little bit to get used to it again. But once you get used to it, it's great for just doodling and digital painting.