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On that note, check out Swordmetal.com if you like that type of music.
Dio (kick ass)
Those are all decent metal bands, not overly heavy though. For some very heavy music (these probably don't all fit your requests, but I'm listing them just because they're metal) check out:
Lamb of God
These are mostly older bands, all of them are pretty decent by some standard or another. A few aren't very well known compared to others. I doubt you'll like some of these, but again, they're all metal and they're all good.
2. Madhouse - Anthrax
3. Iron Man - Black Sabbath
4. Battery - Metallica
5. Raining Blood - Slayer
6. Peace Sells - Megadeth
7. Thunderstruck AC/DC
8. Fucking Hostile - Pantera
9. Walk - Pantera
10. Through Fire and Flames Dragon Force
Yeah. Heavy metal and the like, it all rules.
Other than the area to search and the time when it was posted, I see nothing at all wrong with the search function.
Anyways, maybe you could try the foam golf balls. I mean the ones with the weight in them and the red striking mark. I would've said Nerf balls, but those aren't weighty enough.
You might also like using a piece of foam pipe insulator. It's like FBR, except it has a hole going through it, is larger, and it has a cut going through the surface (not all the way through) to allow it to be easily bent. All that you would need to do is plug the hole on one end.
Edit: sistermol beat me to the fact that he didn't double post.
First One Found
Nerf Club (Public+Unrequired Approval)
These are the only unique ones I could find. One of them mentioned is completely public. That find was very interesting, it's an artifact of the past, kind of. All of the above I found are Yahoo groups. I wish you luck on gaining access to the group you found.
That must be new. I was at one fairly recently and they had a decent stock. I guess I'll need to horde as many as I can find, so they can join the rest of this collection of rarities that I have.
Yeah I have to agree with that entirely. My Target had nearly a shelf full of 2Ks. I'll also need to horde some 2Ks. Maybe they'll become semi-Crossbow valuable when they're out of production.
Anyway, I forget exactly where, but somebody on NHQ said something about finding some AT2Ks in Meijers. I think it was Uriel.
But if it was an imobilized tank would it not be a fort fo the most part? I mean an imobilized tank and a fort have guns, they have a heavy defense, and they don't move. A tank is just a smaller package.
sounds to me more like a type of bunker. Hey, maybe you could get together a bunch of boxes and make a fortress, then play a scenario around it, or make it like an immobilized tank.
This blaster is so ugly, I can't even adress where the front is supposed to be!
How is this angular piece of plastic capable of shooting 20 darts in a row?
But I give props to the guy who made this thing:
Alien Racers™ Skrash Blaster™
Why give props to that? It sucks, horribly, shooting a mere 20 feet.
I do agree with inability to distinguish each end and the fact that it's ugly. Even if it does shoot the darts in rapid succession it's basically an RF20 with some crap stuck on it.
If it is, this is most likely an air restrictor problem.
Yes, the restrictors on most guns nowadays are similar t othe new BBB, they are spring loaded so that the arrow/dart depresses the spring, opening the air valve, and allowing the air to escape. Make sure the dart is all the way in the barrel.
It could also be the type of NF. Is it the EX-3 with the rail on top? If so, this would also be the reason why the handle retracts slowly (this one I can't expalin) and why it sucks.
You seriously need to remove the restrictors either way.
1. Seasonal Fort. If you have snowy winters you may consider creating a temporary fort out of the plowed snow mounds (those huge, hard piles of snow). You could make a hole in that to sit in, or you could try to move other piles around to make it even bigger. This would be better than cardboard because it could collect ammo by trapping it in the snow, and it offers up a sturdier defense than cardboard. Just be careful or it could collapse on you.
2. Blanket and Chair fort. Heres an intersting one. It's one of the most flexible types of forts. It can have a very low hanging second floor by sitting on a covered chair, it's very warm (almost stifling) and cozy, the ammo will bounce right off it unless it's like the size of the Titan Missile, you can put a handheld game system in a cubby hole inside it if you want, if you need to hold more than the size limits you can quickly move the chair boundaries, you can almost instantly set up a new gun turret and just as easily take it down, you can quickly change the shape of it, you can set it up so that you can see out nut nobody in, and it is easy to escape. Careful of falling chairs though.
3. Mobile Fort. Attach a ton of huge shields to you. Not very flexible, but suits the purpose.
4. Mobile Fort Two. Cover your body with the highest sane amount of blankets, make sure you can still move though. This overheats quicker than the chair fort and doesn't exactly offer much flexibility on design.
5. The Ever Popular Cardboard Tank. Does it need explaining?
Edit: Sentence not capitalized.