First, when I see the Nitefinder I just see big, horrible, unrealistic plastic molding. I know that some may not agree with this and it actually has some beauty hidden deep down inside, but for starters on my bash of this initial design, I'll mention the bulky silver section of the gun. What real gun do you know of has an incomplete casing such as the one used for the Nitefinder? Many of you have taken the liberty to rid yourselves of this hideous mass of molded synthetics by just hacking off the whole front section of this gun and following the distinct lines that the original manufacturers put on it (yes, I'm talking about the part that surrounds the trigger and has some fake screw-heads plastered into the side). This was a small step, but a giant leap for cosmetic mod's kind. This was the sole reason why I devised this plan.
Now this basic cosmetic mod served its purpose, it trimmed the gun down, thus decreasing the area that a Nitefinder horded in our cargo pockets. In turn letting us stuff many more Stefans in the excess space. Unfortunately, I couldn't stand to see the Nitefinder butchered in such a ghastly manner. This cosmetic mod left the gun too front-heavy, aesthetically speaking, and made the Nitefinder look like a Beretta Tomcat 32acp INOX (SS)
Or a horribly deformed Oopma-Loompa gun, so I had to change it to please my aesthetic needs. So, over the next few days I will inform you about my plan to make the Nitefinder a more Feng Shui gun by balancing its inner beauty through the art of Yin and Yang.
P.S. Ninjas are definitely Feng Shui.
Edited by EastCoastNerfer, 23 October 2005 - 07:49 AM.