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Slayer of OnE

Member Since 11 Jan 2009
Offline Last Active Oct 03 2010 05:24 PM

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In Topic: Selective Longshot Clip Removal Idea

10 January 2010 - 08:58 PM

Ok not too pick you apart or anything, but there is several small problems with this post.
  • this is kind of a concept thread, but is pretty comprehensive (in text), so there is more than a concept
  • However, if you were to back this up with pictures, nobody could flame you or anything
I like the level of detail in you posts, but again, PICTURES ARE KEY!


PS- you are able to take the clip out whenever you like if you just remove the clip locking mech. Simple as that. No cutting required.

In Topic: Nerf Facebook Group

08 January 2010 - 05:04 PM

I dunno, perhaps it's akin to buying a 70 inch Flat screen, and then attempting to add a bit more by buying a 15 inch TV from the 1970's. It doesn't make anything better.

To build off of foamfoot's words, if nerf were to escalate into a multinational hobby, it would get diluted, and would gain even more members who try to bash the touchy mil-sim aspect into our hobby.


In Topic: Nerf Facebook Group

07 January 2010 - 09:47 PM

As interesting as this is, this really isn't a practical application for the Nerf Community. and while I respect this group's purpose for *fun*, I can't see any possible way this can expand the nerf audience or it's community.

In Topic: Supermaxx 3000 Overhaul

04 January 2010 - 05:37 PM

You turned a relatively shitty blaster into a respectable primary. Props.

Very clean as well.


In Topic: Wipeout (pistol Splat) Write-up

02 January 2010 - 12:11 AM

I *do* know this is some serious necromancing (nearly a year's worth), but I've taken some notice to the blaster's build, and have some info to share that doesn't deserve it's own topic.
  • you can take out the spring in the plunger tube, but it is still safe to dry fire. Although not recommended, the plunger's length of extension (with the spring) falls short of the end of the PT by a good 3/4 inch
  • when primed, the spring can extend for at least another half inch. How exactly this can be resolved, I'm not too sure of. However, a couple of pennies and/or a nut can fix this issue, adding slightly more power.
That is all. Again, sorry for the necro.