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P.S. Honestly, there are campers in nearly every FPS some people are just born to be douchebags.
P.S. While nerfing the feel of shoving in shells and the shell ejection never gets old.
Also, great mod I plan on doing this when I get my hands on some Stormfires.
Hmmm... That's weird I don't know of any wars that happen once every two years or once every three years.
Honestly, I feel like this is just some kid who doesn't even have a NERF gun and just thought all this up in his head. Upon this thought and his utter lack of friends, he decided to take 10 hours to type this page.
This is correct the capacitor can only hold so much charge and thus any more current and it would just explode.
Unless you used a car battery instead of the AA's, it won't hurt you.
I don't think that's how a capacitor works. You might be able to make it explode, but it wouldn't hold any more electricity.
Buzz Bee RFR(thinking about making it a bolt action rifle for kicks)
Maverick(unsure of what mod I want to do with it)
Vulcan(all though I do plan on setting it up inside an elevator in my next indoor war.)
Long Shot Front Gun(screwed up a mod I was doing on it)
Recon(haven't gotten around to modding it yet)
1. You sawed off too much, you should have only sawed to that groove. With part of that groove missing, you can't achieve full power.
2. This mod has been done before, in fact most people that own double shots do this.
I do not see any groove, but I did saw off up to the fore-grip not damaging the grip in any way. Also, out of the 5 modification write ups for the double shot in the modding directory none cut off the back part like I did. I have searched the modification forum and nothing came up. Now I am not saying I am the first person to do this as that would be stupid of me to assume, but as far as I know there is no other write-up for this on Nerf Haven.
I will be taking the Buzz Bee Double Shot and making it look like a flintlock pistol. This will be using the rear cocking mod located in the modding directory, however I will still provide an explanation for it.
First step: Take your Buzz Bee Double Shot and saw off the front of the barrel up to the fore-grip.
Second step: Unscrew the gun and pop it apart making sure you take off the hinged access to the storage container on the back and remove the string from the back of the barrel by either undoing the knot or cutting the string ( I cut the string).
Third step: Take a hacksaw and saw off everything behind the plunger like so.
Fourth step: Put the gun back together and enjoy your new indoor pistol.
Unfortunately, this mod does leave a big hole in the back of the gun.
I am currently looking at ways to make a back to the gun to rectify this problem, but the plunger when the gun is cocked comes out farther then the hole. I am trying to find something to build a box-like structure to glue on to the back. When I do cover the hole in the back I plan on adding a safety clip to the back of the string so that it is easier to pull back to prime the gun.
Right now with taggers in the stock shells (again I do play indoors) this gun gets around 35-40 ft which is decent for a pistol. Also, I have many shells and due to the ability to flip the gun out to load shells, reloading is not that bad. With this barrel the darts actually fly straight and if proper aim is taken I can hit my target with ease.
For size comparisons here is a picture of it compared to a DTB.
Am I the only one who thinks it's retarded how it's supposedly a 'World Championship' yet it's only open to residents of the United States? I know Hasbro isn't as supportive about Nerf here in Britain, but come on, the world doesn't solely consist of the US!
Well, any sport in America does this such as the NBA and MLB. Upon winning the championship of that sport they are claimed "world" champions; Even though I am a sports fan I have never understood this. It seems to me the only world champions are the gold medalists at the Olympics.