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#226 Ryan201821

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Posted 12 May 2009 - 01:11 AM

Just a little teaser picture of my latest project.

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#227 ggk

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Posted 12 May 2009 - 11:10 AM

DANG IT! Ryan you beat me to it. But god is that awesome thinking of making a write up?
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Posted 12 May 2009 - 02:35 PM

Dude, you are now the new go to guy for this. Koree had an awesome idea of making a wooden +bow, so it would have a full wood forearm and stock instead of the strips of polycarbonate. Any ideas?
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Posted 19 May 2009 - 08:03 PM

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My homemade nerf mortar, fell free to shoot me a Pm about it
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Posted 19 May 2009 - 08:19 PM

My cheapsnap pistol, see Lt. Stefan's site (See sig) for writeup. It's not much, but it's my first Homemade.
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Posted 28 May 2009 - 09:16 PM

This is a fun one.

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I apologize for the shitty picture quality, camera's been acting up a bit. Probably needed better lighting, too.

Times for ranges: +bow gets eighty-five to ninety-five with an eight dart clip, LpL gets seventy to eighty with a four dart clip.

Edited by Ice Nine, 28 May 2009 - 09:28 PM.

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Posted 30 May 2009 - 12:22 PM

Bought this from Ryan#######
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I've made a few visual changes as you can see, the handle being my favorite. It is insanely comfortable to hold now. I recommend everyone who has a +bow to do something along these lines. I did just guess, I sat there with my dremel and kept gripping it, dremeling it, gripping it, dremeling it, until it felt perfect, and it does.
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yeah I'm that guy who made that cool thing with the cool paint.


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Posted 30 May 2009 - 12:32 PM

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"Guys, is this pistol-round usable?"

"What're the ranges?"

"Sixties."

"From both barrels. At one shot per second."

"Yeah."

"No."
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Posted 03 June 2009 - 09:24 PM

I call it the "Instagration"

Strong arm gets 50ish from what I can tell. I will get ranges in the morning.

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#235 Ryan201821

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Posted 09 June 2009 - 02:17 PM

Here is a +bow I recently made. It was hand painted by a friend of mine. This will be his new +bow.

One side is supposed to represent Heaven and the other one is Hell. I think it turned out pretty good. The nylon rods will be dyed in the near future to match the rest of the gun.

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EDIT: Ooh, looks like the e-tape is coming off a bit.

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#236 Lucian

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Posted 09 June 2009 - 02:52 PM

Here is a +bow I recently made. It was hand painted by a friend of mine. This will be his new +bow.

One side is supposed to represent Heaven and the other one is Hell. I think it turned out pretty good. The nylon rods will be dyed in the near future to match the rest of the gun.

You should write on the Hell side "NerfHq," but your friend did a great job on painting that beast of a nerf gun.
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Posted 15 June 2009 - 06:07 PM

My first post in the homemades picture thread, and Iím gracing you with two beauties. Neither originally made by me, I must add. I have made changes and done a few things to each of them along the way to make them my own, though, and basically, now I have a template to work from when I make mine.

First off, my baby. This has been my primary since I got it, and as that it shall remain for a time to come.
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Basically, itís a Mk. 4 SNAPbow with a reverse facing SNAP-1 Compact integration. The main gun uses a two way speedloader at tops out at around 130, while the integration hits 60-70, equipped with its 3-way speedloader. The integration serves as a nice backup shot if I get rushed while reloading, and has proven its usefulness. Since Iíve gotten it, Iíve added pipe insulation foam to the foregrip, stock, and along the top of the stock so that itís all comfy, and have re-enforced the grip and the ninety coupler of the integration so that itís rock solid. It may not be beautiful, but it has served me well, and gets the job done. Itís damn accurate, too. People at BCNO can vouch for that. All credit for the blasterís design and construction goes to Rork, who I now thank every chance I get for this baby.

Now, the polycarb iteration of my primary:
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A +bow made by Ryan Mcnumbers (Buy from him, by the way. His work is great), equipt with a speedloader, hitting normal +bow ranges, and a LpL made by Draconis (Another recommended seller) mounted beneath it. The LpL is equipt with a four dart RSCB clip set-up, maintaining ranges of around 80-90 feet, which I thought was incredible. The LpL could even serve as a primary of its own. Basically though, this follows the same principal as my SNAP. Poweful, accurate main gun w/ speedloader, with an integrated backup shot of some form that is quick to get loaded again (so youíre always ready with a backup). Anyway, this has yet to be war tested, and I cannot wait to do so. This should prove to be quite a force. By the way, Tim, that's your hint. I wouldn't mind comin' down for another BCNO.

By the way, I will be adding tape and FBR down the back of the +bow handle shortly as well. It makes it super comfy, and now that that's shown with the LpL, I'm definitely doing it to the main gun.

AnywayÖdone with my lengthy post. Tell me what you guys think. God, I write too muchÖ

EDIT-Damn it, I've been nagged about this enough. People have jumped down my throat, namely lce9. This set-up was not my idea, and I'm not a "copy-cat" he keeps calling me. He did it first. I'm sorry I stole his idea when he clearly specified that it was never, ever to be done again by anyone. It's special only to him, and I can't believe I would ever think to do it myself. I'm going to go drop this off a cliff now because I can't bear the fact that I'm now a copy-cat.

Since ASON obviously didn't get it. Input massive amounts of virtual sarcasm above.

Edited by diamondbacknf1626, 15 June 2009 - 08:11 PM.

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#238 A side of nerf

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Posted 15 June 2009 - 07:52 PM

EDIT-Damn it, I've been nagged about this enough. People have jumped down my throat, namely lce9. This set-up was not my idea, and I'm not a "copy-cat" he keeps calling me. He did it first. I'm sorry I stole his idea when he clearly specified that it was never, ever to be done again by anyone. It's special only to him, and I can't believe I would ever think to do it myself.

I designed the L+L to be accompanied with or mounted on a +bow. CS also designed the LpL CS to be mounted on a +bow. It's not anyone's original idea. It's just a good place to put a gun.

Sheesh.
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Posted 21 June 2009 - 08:00 PM

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I used a lot of the quick connect couplers. It probably would have looked better if I used barbed connectors.
Also, if anyone has barbed TEEs and couplers for 1/8" ID tubing and would sell me some for cheap, that would be great. PM if you have any.
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Posted 30 June 2009 - 08:50 AM

Cheap dart popper:

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Has stock maverick ranges, I need a stronger spring.
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#241 Split

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Posted 30 June 2009 - 07:50 PM

Some odd ass homemade THIRST made a while back, I bought it off him for a couple bucks.
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It works that you have hold the trigger then pump, then release the trigger to fire. It's clever, but this form is inefficient. I won't be expanding on this design, though it has some potential (power is severely limited by air flow to the barrel).

Rev. 2 +pistol. Writeup here
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Rev. 3 +pistol. Original thread here
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Lever Action Blaster (LAB). Open source writeup coming soon.
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#242 Ice Nine

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Posted 01 July 2009 - 07:30 PM

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Forty dart clip.

Ranges from sixty at full to zero at empty on the Frankenfinder.

Edited by Ice Nine, 02 July 2009 - 11:41 AM.

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Posted 09 July 2009 - 01:44 AM

I was going to make a write-up and edit some galaxies in the background to make it an ACTUAL spaceship, but... frankly, it's 1:40 in the morning and Armageddon is on Saturday.

Without further ado, the USS Cresline.
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Tested at SPANO '09 "The Phantom Menace," repaired and rebuilt so hopefully it won't need repair ever again. Averaging 72 feet.

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#244 diamondbacknf1626

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Posted 24 July 2009 - 11:44 PM

I'd like to introduce you to the mini-bow:
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Basically, my +bow fails. Probably my fault, I don't know. So...I did everything I wanted to do on the +bow to my LpL.

4-shot Sch. 80 RSCB clip. Low torque ball valve. PVC joints filled with CPVC to reduce deadspace. RSCB system strapped down and secured in place using pipe insulation foam and a zip tie. May be ugly, but it's solid:
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Makes opening and closing the RSCB quite smooth.

Also, I wanted to integrate a spiderman springer into the foregrip. Well, here you go:

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I used the RSCB's elbow as another point of attachment, seeing as there are only two holes in the LpL's integration rail.

Foam and e-tape were also added to the grip, and it's now super comfy.

So yeah, not the prettiest thing in the world, but functionally, it's awesome.

LpL w/ RSCB still tags around 80-90ish, and the spiderman gun tags around 40. It's only a backup if necessary though, so 40 is plenty.
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Hey...I got a crazy idea: how about you stop all that sigging stuff? It's not even my thread and it annoys me.

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Posted 27 July 2009 - 10:58 AM

After seeing Analogkid's and Tantumbull's NF homemade's:

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Yep a button...
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Yep another tactical light mod......
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Working....
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Comments, questions or flames PM me......
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Posted 04 August 2009 - 10:48 PM

Breech closed
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Its about 7 inches of 17/32nds brass, 8 inches of thickwalled PETG, some 9/16ths brass, and PVC. Its a telescoping brass and PETG breech. Yay.
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#247 Ice Nine

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Posted 08 August 2009 - 07:49 PM

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LpLCS plunger rod broke last Saturday at OBNO, broken right at where the catch notch is carved in. I think the plans should revised to utilize the same nylon rod used in the +bow, since the rev two +bow fixed the polycarb rod snappage problems from the rev one.

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BRISC +bow with one of Ryan's RSCB brackets. I had to adjust the height of the PVC between the elbow and wye to fit it. Shoots the same as ever, which is definitely good enough for me.

This one will eventually be sold to LiterSize in the fall once I get the gun that's replacing it. I imagine it'll serve him well.
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Posted 24 August 2009 - 12:25 AM

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Airsoft/Paintball handles are full of win and comfort. I'm sure Split would agree... about the PB handles at least.

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#249 TantumBull

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Posted 25 August 2009 - 12:44 AM

Update on the Snap:
Has been RSCB-afied!
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Set-up works quite well. It gets primary worthy ranges. The barrel is 1/2" ID, 9/16" OD PETG.

I changed how the back handle is attached. The cotter pin was stretching the PEX (which is way to soft for a plunger rod, never use it as such) so I put put a pen body over the PEX, 1/2" brass over that, CPVC over that, then the Tee over that and a screw going through everything. It's a very tight fit even without the screw, so less force is being applied to the hole in the PEX.
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The RSCB clip section (19/32 brass) is stabilized by a piece of PVC cut to size. The PVC stabilizer is hot glued in place, and cheapo/thin e-tape helps keep the clip locked down into the stabilizer. I could of used epoxy, superglue, etc but I wanted it reversible. All means of stabilizing the RSCB will be replaced with a custom acrylic bracket once I get access to my school's laser again (after school starts). You can also see the awesome and super comfy foam grip.
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Posted 29 August 2009 - 09:15 PM

An update on the NF with the frickin long plunger tube. I inline'd it.
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Holds 5 darts total (4 in the clip, 1 in the barrel). Oddly enough it shoots just as far as it does singled with an 8" barrel. That being 60 feet. I would never holster this thing (I don't really use pistols anyway), but it'll be great for pistol rounds. Basically performs the same as my Wipeout, just with more darts.

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