Lets also talk about FBR and how it acts in the winter. Does it become so brittle and dried out or does it become stronger. Will they shrink to the point where the barrell to dart fit is now off? Do they hurt more when shot out of a high powered gun?
I'm not sure if they get brittle or shrink of anything like that. But one thing I do know is that something like a steffan from a high powered gun will hurt. If you're used to -20 temperatures you know that anything hitting cold skin stings like hell. Well, I guess that answers one part of your question.
I've never done it, but i would think it depends on the temperature and how long you nerf for. If it's only slightly below zero (celcius) then i think you could nerf for a little while. If it gets much colder I think you would have problems with plastic parts cracking from the combination of cold and how much stress is put on them. So unless you can find some way of heating your guns you can't nerf outside in winter without causing serious damage to your guns. Although, snow forts and nerf guns would be a pretty sweet combination.
Adding to what Hunter said. In Canada it is legal to download music, but illegal to upload it (or at least that's what I heard). So what I do is disable sharing and remove the music from the limewire file on my computer, that way, nothing from my computer gets sent to someone else's.
I'm new to modding nerf guns and was wondering what the best barrel material for something like a NF would be. One of the most common one's i've seen on the site use brass barrels, yet in Cx's Modding 401 in the Articles section says that brass isn't as god for cock guns.
Avoid using this combination in most spring guns since the dart will be gone before any significant amount of pressure could develop.
So, could someone please tell me what would be best for someone who is new to modding?