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Scout Modifications? Or Nite Finder?


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#1 thecrzycody

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Posted 31 October 2011 - 12:16 AM

I am planning to buy new pistols and i need to know which ones are better. Scout or Nite finder? And do you guys know if there is a attachable barrel that can be placed right into the barrel of the guns? i just need to know if there is a barrel that i can just stick right into hole without making any cuttings. Also, will a handsaw saw through a brass tube? if not, how do i but a brass tube?
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#2 Beasty Billy

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Posted 31 October 2011 - 12:50 AM

I am planning to buy new pistols and i need to know which ones are better. Scout or Nite finder? And do you guys know if there is a attachable barrel that can be placed right into the barrel of the guns? i just need to know if there is a barrel that i can just stick right into hole without making any cuttings. Also, will a handsaw saw through a brass tube? if not, how do i but a brass tube?


You will get much better ranges from a NiteFinder. A well modded NiteFinder can hit ranges of about 60-70 feet flat. Scouts are reverse plunger, so have much less power and potential. The only barrel materal that might fit in a stock barrel is 17/32 brass. I am not sure though because I have never tried and have no brass at hand. And if by a hand saw you mean a hacksaw, you should have no trouble sawing through brass. However, be sure to sand down the cut so your darts dont get damaged. I hope I helped in some way.
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Talking about Mario Cart gamemode:

Sounds fun... I wonder what people that have no idea what you are doing think when they see a bunch of guys with balloons tide to themselves shooting each other with toy guns.


#3 VACC

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Posted 31 October 2011 - 07:25 AM

We do not allow the "which is better" genre of topics. The answer, no matter how it is supported, is bound to be subjective and generally useless. Further, if you want to know if a particular mod exists, you can search our archives just as easily as the people you're asking to do it for you. On both accounts, you have to do your own research, and form your own opinion.
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