Well just alittle bit ago I was searching for 'all nerf guns' on google and instead of a list I found an article on Wiki. It stated this:
"NERFers began to perform simple modifications to the weapons around 1995, giving rise to a new underground practice. Hasbro, in many instances, limited the power of their guns by devices such as the long muzzle, the overpressure release valve, and air restrictors. Modifications often include shortening overly long barrels, replacing barrels with materials such as PVC, CPVC, brass, or PETG, plugging the overpressure release valve with substances such as epoxy and hot glue, and drilling out or otherwise removing the air restrictors. modified guns have fired a distance of over of 150 feet.
Any modifications to NERF blasters or darts will be at the user's choice, and will result in the "warranty" on that gun or dart being voided. Specific labels or embossings on blasters read that the operator should not modify the darts or blaster in any way. These labels have been standard on all NERF guns since Hasbro employees realized that NERFers were modifying their products, which could result in lawsuits."
I dont know if this has been posted before I just thought it was interesting. Even though most of it is just obvious I thought it was nice to know for sure.
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Nerf, Patatoe guns, and paintball. Pretty much anything that shoots. And some wireing.
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