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In Topic: Flywheels In Blasters

03 January 2011 - 05:35 PM

I only respect Talio and Chuck Norris.

*ahem* You forgot Bruce Lee who *cough* beat the crap outta Chuck Norris *cough*

Now that my moment of derailing is over, back on topic. I think fly-wheels are good for sidearms but that's about it. They're kinda like a red headed step child, the need to know their place and stay there. There's my two cents worth thrown in the ring.

In Topic: Racking My Brain To Make A Nerf Rifle

02 December 2010 - 07:24 PM

Just look up some stuff that Boltsniper has done. His guns just pop into my mind when I think of guns like the M1. But if you build it paint it pink or bright orange.

Also, don't get to far in-front of your modding level. I tried that when I first started and ruined lots of guns, and from the looks of this,

The way I plan on putting the dart into the shell i shoved into the lonshot barrel tube -forgot to mention earlier it's from the front gun's extention for the main gun[/code]

You're still using stock barrels so you must not have grasped the concept of PETG, Brass, or even CPVC. I wish you the best of luck with this, but don't try to be an overachiever, start out simple.

In Topic: Community Snap Thread

31 August 2010 - 07:05 PM

To be more clear, my SNAP-1 is a basic SNAP....so, about $30.

My SNAP might be a little different that your original but mine cost $15 bucks. But I didn't use aluminum.

In Topic: Community Snap Thread

28 August 2010 - 12:14 AM

I just put somewhat of a Snap directory into the first post; that is I C&P'd the homemade directory, deleting anything not Snap related, and changing the color of the member names from red to yellow. Later I'll get to doing some searching and putting in some newer things that Carbon hasn't gotten to yet.

I don't mean to be a complainer but I never liked the homemade directory. I don't care who made the gun I just want to know how it works. So maybe the directory here could organize the info by categories like one for the trigger, plunger head, pullback system. And if the gun is nothing new just have it under a section named simple gun variations or something..... its just a suggestion.

If you're worried about looks, how about shelling the SNAP in something else? For example, an Expand-a-Blast? This one is only using 1" thinwall, hence the bit of 1-1/4" to support the clothespin.

My one-after-next will likely go in an LBB shell. I like my LBB skeletonized, and, after I added a lever trigger to it, it won't go back in the shell anyhow.

Well its not the look of the gun that bothers me its just the trigger. I am most likely going to do Fome's trigger for this gun, accept I thought I might just attach it with wood glue instead of hot glue.

My method is actually really simple.

I see says the blind man.

And my last thought is for the love of God don't put duct tape on your guns!

In Topic: Community Snap Thread

26 August 2010 - 07:33 PM

I know that this is off of the current discussion about the pump and what not, but I am making a couple of SNAPS for something and this thing is supposed to look good, and there is something about clothespin triggers that is just down right fugly. I can see from the pictures of Fome's SNAP's that he obviously knows how to do this. I could have just pm'd him but that wouldn't benefit the community.

Also something that might benefit this thread would be if Carbon could post on the first page all of the links to SNAP related things, i.e. Plunger heads, trigger designs, plunger rod variances, and stocks.