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In Topic: Need Ebay Shipping Help Fast Please

05 September 2011 - 08:09 PM

just go to the post office and hand them the envelope and they will weight it and make you a label and everything- you will just have to pay with cash or a card while there.

just write the adress and return adress on the envelope- if you dont know where to put it- just write it down and bring it in- they will tell you where to wright it.

In this case, you'll have to bring the package to a local UPS office.

In Topic: A Significantly Improved Rfr

06 March 2011 - 09:46 PM

I believe someone did a brass breech on the rfr a while back, but good job anyways.

A brass breach has nothing to do with what he did in the mod...

I'm sure that this mod has been done many times before and that no matter what you do to the RFR (Aside from replacing the internals) it will not be war worthy. However, it is a FUN mod to do to an otherwise useless gun and although all the pictures used were post modding, they are of excellent quality making this is a very good write up.

Thank you and I apologize for the post mod pictures. I just did it as I went and I wanted to make sure the mod actually worked before I took all the pictures and what not.

In Topic: A Significantly Improved Rfr

05 March 2011 - 07:23 PM

SlightylySane: Yeah, I was surprised too. But when I took it apart and saw all the restricting mechanisms in place, I was surprised it could even fire a dart in the first place.

utahnerf: Yes, I know I took the "RF" Out of the RFR, but it was definitely annoying picking up all the shells, and the fact that you can't buy additional clips wasn't cool.

Blue: Yes, I realize that I've ruined the RFR, but I wasn't trying to completely replace it. This isn't intended to be the end all be all of RFR mods, just a cool one I decided to try in spare time. And I've never heard of those parts breaking.

In Topic: Long Range Primary?

10 January 2011 - 03:43 PM

I'd also recommend a Buzz Bee Big Blast (4B or BBBB.) They're cheap, simple, extremely easy to modify, and produce great ranges.

In Topic: Cpvc Couplered Nf

05 January 2011 - 10:31 PM

Nice. Quick, clean, and easy. I've done this a few times through intuition, seeing as it's pretty simple. I wish there were more 1st gen NF's around, i love those things.