No, you were talking about how people should make threads for everything...
Wow, really? I never said that. Anywhere. Don't shove words in my mouth, I was saying what I made deserved to be a thread. I said it was different several posts earlier because I actually posted a write-up and this person posted a request for one. Read up on what your talking about before throwing out comments like that.
Edit: Haha, thanks cheez
The creators obviously feel that it wouldn't be worth it to make a whole thread about it. That's how I feel. Anyway, like others have mentioned and shown, the sliding brass breech is nothing new, and definitely not something needing a new name.
I definitely disagree about the making a thread thing. If there's something you've created that can benefit others than why the hell should you not share it with others? Have you looked at the mod directory lately? There about 15 billion NF write-ups, that are all really similar. But people continue to post them because of new innovations they have found or easier ways of achieving the same thing. In my eyes, that's one of the purposes of the mods and homemades section: so people can make augmentations and innovations to people's stuff, in other words building on others' work....
So if you're disagreeing about the making a thread thing, you think ideas that could benefit others should be shared. Which means there should be more threads.
There are no write ups, people who have made them didn't think it was necessary. Neither do I.
However, here you say that threads which would have helped people (for instance, the origional poster), are not necessary, and should not have been made.
It just seems hypocritical. I guess I don't really have a problem with it, but whatever.
Anyways, to help this thread along, http://nerfhaven.com...showtopic=10517
is a topic all about a LS/mav integration. It's a little old (about a year) but it should still be able to help with some ideas for how to do it. (Such as scout style for a titan, mounted on the side)
Edit: Fixed a few spacing issues.
Edited by Hipponater, 16 March 2009 - 09:05 PM.