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In Topic: Should you save lock springs?

22 November 2016 - 08:57 PM

One of my Raider's lock springs was actually stronger than the stock catch spring, if you can believe that. I say take a look at any and all lock springs, because one of them may surprise you. Save the locks, too. They make good spacers for certain projects.

In Topic: Homemades Picture Thread

19 January 2016 - 11:27 PM

This is my Pumpsnap 3.0 that I made several days ago. It has 7 inches of draw, full compression from the [k26] spring, a clear body (obviously), wood handles (which have been further rounded since I took the picture), and a near perfect seal.Pumpsnap_zpsr2ih3ioo.jpg

In Topic: Homemades Picture Thread

24 November 2015 - 08:55 PM

This is my Snapbow Mk. 5. It has 7" of draw, full compression from the [k26] spring, a foregrip, & wooden parts (stock, clothespin, & handle). The barrel is 16" long, and is attached to an 11.5" hopper clip, good for 9 of my darts. I also have an RSCB for old-school wars, with the same clip size & the same barrel.20151124_115441_zpsnhepcutw.jpg

In Topic: GEORGIA WAR: Hell During Halloween

04 November 2015 - 08:07 PM

+ I got to go to my first Nerf War.
+ I met NoM and Chicken, and took pictures with them.
+ I won a round.
+ I shot NoM a lot in Robot mind control.
+ My 2k was phenomenal in the power category.
+ I got tackled buy a guy in a banana costume. (How many people can say that?)

+/- Somebody must have thought that an XXL Bazooka's missile doubles as a bayonet, because rather than shooting me with the missile, the guy rammed me with it.

- I had to leave before Drac arrived.
- My 2k's front barrel spacer came off, probably from catching on my holster too many times. Oh well, at least it was only a spacer.

In Topic: Modification and Paintjob Pictures

18 October 2015 - 04:36 PM

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My Airtech 2000 and Nite Finder, currently my NIC loadout and my two most powerful blasters. The mods to each are as follows:

The 2k: Rear-loading, 12" petg barrels with 1" brass inserts, plugged pump, new tubing, and an expanded dump valve. The tank is connected to the turret using 1/2" brass & 17/32" brass tubing, epoxy putty was used to fill the gaps in the turret, and craft foam was used to seal the two halves of the turret.

The Nite Finder: Minimization, cpvc half-coupler, 5" cpvc speedloader barrels, reinforced plunger rod, new screw for the plunger head, craft foam padding, double o-rings, Ace #49 mainspring, and upgraded catch springs.