Here is the finished product.
It is a Big Bad Bow with the handle replaced with a nitefinder.
Saw off the Big Bad Bow handle and make the area rough by scouring it with a file. Then attach it with epoxy putty. Make sure that when you attach it, you do not put epoxy over the gap seperating both sides of the gun. if you do this then you will not be able to open the gun again.
After the epoxy has cured, go over the point where they meet with caulk. Make sure your caulk is a caulk that dries clear. Do not put it on to thick or else it will not cure.
After letting the caulk cure, the new "handle" looks like this.
This is the gun with both guns primed.
Paint the nitefinder to match your color schem and cover the gap with lexan or craft board.
If you do this right, then the nitefinder will be on there very good and you can still cock it like a normal Big Bad Bow. The only problem is, I wouldn't reccomend doing this if your Big Bad Bow has a larger spring in it. Because of the bigger spring, the nitefinder might snap off unless you cock it without holding on to the nitefinder (shotgun style). Those going to this year's SENO will have the pleasure of seeing this gun in action.
If you have any questions, feel free to comment.
-A side of nerf
Edited by A side of nerf, 12 August 2008 - 06:35 PM.