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Topics I've Started


11 August 2011 - 12:01 AM

This is sooooo COOL that it's almost painful to watch. Congratulations also to the Nerfhaven admins, be proud of what you've done!

Blaster Care.

06 January 2010 - 03:43 AM

I recently got into a short conversation on the IRC chatroom about blaster care. I explained to a newer member the things I do to keep my older guns (and newer) "healthy". After thinking about this for a while, I thought that it would be a good idea to create a topic for newer members showing them how to keep their blasters functioning properly. I think that if people followed my advice, we wouldn't have to see another rare blaster die after such a short life. Some of you may think that I am "spoon feeding", but this topic is something I don't hear talked about very often. Lets get started.

Spring guns:
lubricate your blaster every 2 months or so and after any major use (find a plastic safe lube here)
Take bungees off the gun when not in use
Remove the spring when not in use (I disagree, I think that you can leave the spring inside the gun)
Check for any damage after every war or every few months
Wipe your blaster down with a damp paper towel to remove dust.
Don't dry fire at all.

Lubricate the moving parts every 2 months of so of after any major use (find a safe lube here)
Keep one pump of air inside the blaster when not in use (this helps keep the o-ring lubricated and keeps dirt from getting inside the internals)
Replace tubing after a year or so. (Some people say its not necessary, but I've had an experience where the tubing on a 3k blew after I hadn't used it for a year)
Check any connections under water for leaks after any major use or every 6 months.
Check any previous patches or repairs every 6 months.
Wipe your blaster down with a damp paper towel to remove dust.

Painted blasters:
Touch up any scratches or marks in the paint after any few months.
Keep a protective clear coat over the paint.
Avoid setting on hard objects.
Avoid leaving it in the sun.
Avoid spilling chemicals such as paint thinner, acetone, fingernail polish remover, or other solvents on the paint.

I will happily update this if anyone has any suggestions.

Skype Group Chat

01 January 2010 - 09:04 PM

I talk to other nerfers a lot on skype, and I thought it would be a good idea to make a thread about it to make it easier to exchange skype names. Please post a reply in this format:

Skype name
Real name
What you prefer to be called

I'll start off

Malcolm Stewart
Mac or Malc ( I prefer Mac)

You can download skype here: http://www.skype.com/welcomeback/

If you have no clue what skype is, its a program that allows you to talk to others through the internet with a microphone, your keyboard, or your webcam. Or a combination of both.

Torque Bow

06 February 2009 - 12:19 AM

I am making a torque bow out of a BBB. For those who do not know what a torque bow is, it is a weapon from GOW. I am making this thread so you guys can give me some hints, tricks, or ideas to make this thing. I am trying to make it as realistic as possible.

Heres a pic: Posted Image

I have looked at the Lancer, and have gotten a couple ideas from that, but I still need your guys feedback. Thanks! Ps: I WILL finish this, its not some project that never gets done, but it most likely will be sold on ebay.

Paintball Gatling Gun

31 January 2009 - 07:02 PM

Check this out guys....Could the idea be moded for nerf??? Paintball Gatling Gun