So, I stumbled upon our old angelfire nerf site that never got off the ground, and I found 30 pictures we took of our guns for our review page. The content on the site isn't anything special, but I thought the pictures could be useful. Some of them are modded, but only some rubber bands and pvc.
So my point is this. I know you kiddies like making your nerf homepages and such, and I thought one of you might like to use them. If anyone is interested, say so here, and I'll get you the password and login and such for the account, and you can diddle and pillage it as much as you want.
Giving me credit for the pics would be nice, but I don't care if you don't.
One of Adult Swim's new shows called Fooly Cooly, or FLCL, is one of the craziest things I have ever seen. There was a good 10min of it that was drawn like a comic book, frames and all. There were scenes with Matrix-esque 360deg panning. Robots popped out of this little boys head because he was "Fooly Coolying" with this high school girl.
Ok, this is just a copy and paste of my post on NC. Hope you enjoy.
These are some of my guns. They are cool. I hope you think so, too.
This is a year old, but we keep improving it. It isn't very war effective, but you can shoot pretty much anything out of it.
This is our most heavily modded BBB. The whole front of the gun was cut off and using epoxy putty, we attached a coupler to allow "shells" to be attached and removed easily. The shells are just short PVC barrels. A longer barrel can be attached for long range firing. Above the barrel a maglite can be attached, and a removable stock that can hold the shells is in the back.
This is one of our 2 homemade rifles. It has an extremely nice breach that is much like the one shown on NH, except the foam is wrapped around the whole barrel length.
As you can see, it has a detachable under-barrel gun. It is usually filled with multiple darts for a close range shotgun effect.
This is an EAB shotgun. Instead of a barrel, we have a system that uses chain links as shotgun shells. This is the same system found on our SS2 shotgun that was posted a while ago.
Well, that's it for now. I'll try to get some pics of our other homemade. It uses a crutch as a frame, and works wonderfully.
Props to Sandman and Forum-125 for resizing and hosting these pics for me.