I haven't given much thought to opening the breech. Right now, I just pull the barrel off, then slip it back in. I also haven't tested ranges, and I probably never will, but they should be around 100 ft since the breech isn't "loose" or anything.
And finally... [img]http://img136.imageshack.us/img136/3397/photo127ws0.jpg[/img]
Yep, that bipod helps to aim through a scope that I can't see out of because the original Titan sight is in the way.
I put this together in under 24 hours.I finally figured out that I can rip the content from the official nerf site and use it for my own means. Since I'm not a crazy coder type of person, it took me a while to figure out, "Hey, everything is in my cache, why don't I use that stuff?"
A 30 second (or so) video that is a compilation of all the Dart Tag commercials I could find. It actually syncs with the music unlike my other video. Everything is appreciated, but if you are going to be negative, place a "in my opinion" phrase before you flame me or my work.
This is not something I invented, but applied. I have wanted to fire a heavy and dense sling shot ball for a while, but it is too small to fit in my Titan without falling out. This is where hours of the History Channel and days of gun mechanics research kicked in. I cut two small pieces of FBR about 1/4" long each. I placed one piece in the barrel and then inserted my sling shot ball and another piece of FBR behind that. I primed and fire, and now there's a gapping hole on my wall...Time to get the quick dry Spackle out before dad gets home.
Point is, to fire anything smaller than 1/2" or 5/8", all you have to do is put proper sized FBR in front and behind your round. It fires great, and depending on your type of round, it'll have more momentum than a normal stefan. Great for showing people that you can put a hole in the wall with a nerf gun.
I put this together today in school. It was a slow day, since all my teachers were grading shit like crazy to prepare for 1st quarter report cards, so they had nothing against me making a small promotional item.
I made this to show my teacher whom I want to sponsor this club. It isn't perfect, and if I have more time to work on it I would, but I think it'll get the point across.
I got a little lazy in the middle since my laptop ran out of batteries (totally) and I forgot to save. I'll clean it up if I really need to.