Since then, I've pretty much stopped frequenting the forums altogether...you really just can't get away from stupid questions and topics.
Anyway, I guess I'm back for the Christmas break. Even though you people who go to NHQ and have read my topic and have already seen these guns, I really don't care. I feel like sharing it on here as well, so deal with it.
Ever since I started the CWC, I've had the tradition of doing something Nerf for the co-founder for Christmas, and insanely 1337 Pratt. He is the best at anything with a gun- no lie. If you play HL2, any mod of HL, or any FPS for that matter, he'll dominate. At Nerf, he's our most accurate shooter and experienced tactician. At paint ball, he has yet to get hit after 3 straight games and over 20 kills. The first year, I made him a beastly NF-RF20-3 SSPB integration. The second year, I made him this:
A bolt-action SM1000, which to date is the BEST gun in our clans arsenal. This year I decided to do something different.
I spent a good 2 hours doing a Maverick clip mod, for once not rushing through it, and taking my time to sand and Dremel away most imperfections. The result was a Maverick that not only looked good, but fired slightly better too.
I also got my hands on some black spray paint.
Here's the gun finished, with a CWC spray-logo I made:
As I'm normally geared toward performance, I leave the aesthetic quality of my mods to be pulverized by the gun's amazingness. It's been a surprising shift for me. I like it. I hope you guys do too...
Now, for the NiteFinder.
It's singled, with a coupler (hopefully) reinforced and glued directly onto the plunger tube, which has a hole drilled through the air displacer (I guess you would call it. The cap that feeds air up and around it instead of directly into the barrel), and a replaced spring.
It's also cut down a bit...
And with that one, I'm just about out of spray paint. But yea, I hope you guys enjoy my first paintjob. Don't be expecting too many more, though...
Edited by Sinfil, 02 December 2006 - 09:23 AM.