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Nerf Robot

not a homemade, found at Wal-mart

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#1 Yakuza



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Posted 22 October 2006 - 08:27 PM

Okay, as seeing as how alot of people are trying to make a NERF robot, I decided to bring this up.

I saw this on the internet awhile ago, but saw it at Wal-mart earlier tonight. It's called the N.S.E.C.T. , which
stands for Neuro Science Experimental Combat Technology. It basicly looks like a robotic beatle, and when you
press a button on the controler, what looks like a mavrick barrel pops out the back, and you can fire the darts either one at a time or in rapid succesion. It says that it only gets about 20 feet, but you can probably mod it to shoot farther. Here's a link to the pic: The robot.

Well, that's about it. Now that I'm done, I can finally eat my lo mein.

-Yakuza :unsure:
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#2 tcorr911



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Posted 22 October 2006 - 09:05 PM

I saw that just yesterday! :unsure: I don't think that you could get very good range, but it would be cool to hide in a bush and use as a turret.
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#3 CaptainSlug


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Posted 23 October 2006 - 12:23 AM

Long ago I had a Tyco RC truck that had a similar feature. The truck bed cover could pop up and fire 5 nerf-esque darts in sequence.
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