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oh1134

Member Since 05 Dec 2008
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Glue-less Nightfinder

06 April 2009 - 02:42 PM

This topic looks like a n00b topic, I know (I'll post a writeup later) but I discovered something about the NF.

Today, I had decided to modify my new Nightfinder. I had recently almost run out of super glue (I had to use pliers previously). However, I have bad experiences with hot glue attaching a barrel (for example, the lower barrel of my double NF isn't powerful enough to shoot the dart completely out of the barrel). So, I decided to do something differently. I found a half CPVC coupler on my workbench and decided to use it. I wrapped it in E-tape until I had to hammer it into my NF plunger tube. I hammered it in, and it stayed put. I wrapped that in a layer of E-tape. Then I tried it out, and it worked beautifully. I can put my hand on the end of the barrel and it slows down the plunger. I would recommend this to a inexperienced modder with little modding supplies.

Double Nf Writeup

23 January 2009 - 06:02 PM

Double manta-style NF

By Oh1134

Awhile ago, I had wanted to make a manta-ray style NF. So, I searched and looked in the
directory, and all I found were pictures of what some people ha done. So, later, after
I got two nightfinders, I busted out my camera and got to work.

EDIT: The barrels on this thing are crap. Use other methods, as the barrels will eventually break.


Ingredients:
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2 nfs
CPVC/barrel of choice
hot glue

Tools:
pipe cutters(optional)
hacksaw
hot glue gun
marker
drill (optional)
knife

First, open up yer NF.
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Unscrew the plunger tube and pull it out.
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Pull of the barrel and dump out the AR's
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See this?
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Whittle it down to this.
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See this?
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Cut/drill it to this.
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Glue your barrel onto the part that had the post.
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Scrape your knife inside the front barrel part until your barrel fits through it. It takes awhile, but it's worth it because
it makes the barrel sturdier.
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DO NOT POST UNTIL I AM FINISHED