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Hvz In Australia

14 February 2009 - 03:34 AM

Hi everyone, I just wanted to know if anyone knows of any HvZ games around Australia, particularly in Victoria.

Spiderman Dtg Petg Barrels

24 June 2008 - 06:49 PM

Here is my SMDTG with PETG Barrels. Curiously, no glue was used in replacing the barrels.

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The gun was opened up, stock barrels taken out, and the usual was done (op valve glued over, AR removal etc. etc.)

E - Tape was wrapped twice around the PETG like so:

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and the barrels are carefully inserted into where the stock barrels go. Then the stock barrels are cut off and is placed over the barrels as seen in the first picture. Sanding of the holes where the original barrels were may have to take place. Looking at my orange "collar", it is a little jagged around the edges, as I don't own a dremel.

Ranges (in order of firing sequence):

Barrel 1 (Centre barrel): 16 m
Barrel 2 (Left Barrel): 21 m
Barrel 3 (Right Barrel): 21 m



Nerf Maverick "speedloader"

22 June 2008 - 03:38 AM

Here, I have a video of the Maverick speedloader in action. Basically, it is a set of Maverick barrels, with two barrels cut off, and the speedloader slots are cut to a length of about 3 cm. Hot glue is used to stabilise the structure. This is still a work in progress, as I am still using a pen to push the darts in. Hopefully I can fabricate a "quad ram rod", to push four darts in at the same time.

Nerf Gun Malfunctions/breakages

08 April 2008 - 06:05 AM

Well, seeing as though my NF's plunger has just had a neat little hole ripped from it by the screw holding it in place, I would like to know from the NIC what malfunctions you have had over the years in your nerfing. Spare no details!!!

EDIT: In addition to the NF's plunger, I have also had two Maverick's cocking pin retainers broken (although the second maverick was fixed with a nut, bolt, washer and hot glue), 2 Rapid Fire Rifle's internals break on me, one of which took a chunk out of my finger when I tried to fix it and one Double Shot's cocking mechanism malfunction.

How To Suppress/"silence" A Nerf Crossfire

27 March 2008 - 09:15 PM

Hi guys, its the Aussie nerfer again with a guide on how to suppress the sound on a Nerf Crossfire

DISCLAIMER: This will work for a crossfire if the main sound coming from the gun when fired is a "pop" when the dart leaves the barrel.

Heres a few shots of my modded plunger, it has OMC's PETG (thanks for the supplies), nerf foam on the back of the plunger, and PVC tape wrapped around the o - ring section.

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Now heres the "silencer" that you will be fitting on the original barrel of the gun, i wanted it to be removable, as I understand that this is just a novelty, and brings more cosmetic but functional use than an actual role in a battle.
The "silencer" is made from a 15mm pvc coupler with grooves cut into it, and a 15mm pvc pipe inserted into it. On top of the 15 mm pipe is a 20mm pipe fitted onto it and secured with hot glue.

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Heres a video for performance, it really takes a good quality microphone to really capture it, and i just used the video capture on my digital camera.

Please understand that this is a novelty, and has no real use in a battle. Also, this will not fully suppress the gun, as the plunger still hits the assembly, albeit a little quieter because of the foam.

Thanks, and I hope you enjoyed it.

EDIT: I made a new "silencer" because the old one was crooked and affected the shots every time

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