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Member Since 25 Oct 2004
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In Topic: Rifled Barrels

11 April 2007 - 07:21 PM

The thing is when a bullet is shot out of a barrel with riffling it spins. However its like the earth revolving around the sun. It spins on one axis but it moves around another. in slow motion it bounces around in the air. This is why higher speed ammo is often less accurate then regular velocity, because the faster the round exits the barrel the more spin on the bullet and the more "bouncing." That said riffing still makes guns more accurate.

My point in all this is, Darts aren’t balanced that well and will probably won’t handle the spin well. I can't imagine this would work that well if at all, but try anyway.

In Topic: Moddable?

11 April 2007 - 07:00 PM

Personally it's not that I don't think you could make something out of it. Its that I'm sure an lbb would top it in performance all around. If you really want to buy it, and as mater yogurt pointed out its almost pricey, I would use that huge spring in it as the base for an artillery gun that would shoot maybe 15 darts at once. but I'm not entirely sure how would get that to work.

Also if your “virtually 100% certain” of something then your 99% certain of it. (We have number for a reason)

In Topic: My Baby

20 June 2006 - 11:07 AM

Just wondering, is it safe to use this in a war? Will it do more than leave a welt at 10'- 15'? Also with power like that, you may want to try and add some iron sights.

In Topic: Reinforcing Nf Internals

13 June 2006 - 11:00 AM

I tried "pimping" my NF awhile back also. The thing about these guns is that you shouldn't try to do much more than barreling and taking out air restriction. Nfs were not made for massive mods. The guns are however good enough that you don’t need a massive mod for them to perform really well.

I would put the old spring back in and try epoxying the crap out of the front. When using the epoxy be careful not to mess up and wreck your gun more. I mean like filling the whole where the screw came out of and putting the screw into that (making a mod with epoxy). That should work, if it broken how I think it is. If not this may not help. If you could post a picture of your plunger (where its broken) I can let you know if this will work. Also other members will be able to suggest alterative methods of fixing it.

Edit: wrax, Epoxy is the answer for strength in glue. I will warn you it smells like dead fish left in the dump for a week that someone shit on.

In Topic: Co2 Nf

07 June 2006 - 08:34 PM

I don't mean to be a dick with this post. I just have a few things to point out.

Rules are better when they change in each game type. For example a primary is Illegal in pistols wars. This doesn’t mean you should not buy or make or mod primaries. In Calgary nerfers to my knowledge do not nerf in clans. This is because there is no point. If you’re going to make teams for an assassin game, then call them teams for an assassin game, not a clan.

Secondly, to The Shadow.
I am not an admin on this site. I do not mean to over step my boundaries here. However, I have read all of you're posts on the Haven. I have noticed that ompa has told you at lest twice to clean up you're posts. In reply to this you said "Bite me", this is not acceptable behavior for nerf haven. You did apologize which is appropriate. Rings has also pointed out you are guilty of necromancy. I am concerned that you are not getting the messages you intend to say across correctly. This is not a surprise when 55% or you're post are under 1 line long, can you fit what you mean to say in that short of a space? Also 58% of you're post having either spelling errors or grammatical errors in them, not including figures of speech. This does not meat Nerf Haven standards.

I would suggest copying and pasting everything you type into a word document, and using the spell check there.