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In Topic: Nerf Ma5b

24 May 2010 - 06:13 PM

Interesting, but why didn't you use the existing imitation toy instead (perhaps to keep the functionality to shoot Nerf darts like a previous poster said)?

I suppose it could would be good for a longer length to hold? Anyways if you ever make a new one, consider taking the back or even whole shell from a Firefly, as I believe that has some very usable similarities in shape.

In Topic: Pump-action Maverick Mod

29 April 2010 - 09:40 PM

Assuming this doesn't fall to the usual Maverick problems, this could be considered almost a better alternative to the Furyfire.

First of all, a Maverick is usually more available in stores than the Furyfire, and it's also cheaper than tracking one down individually online. Second, if a way to let the barrel out is found, than reloading will be faster than it is on the Furyfire, since the Furyfire's barrel, though nice in larger capacity, is not able to come out of the shell.

And, the Maverick has had several multiple-barrel or barrel-clip mods developed already; those can make up for the 6 vs. 10 dart capacity argument, if the work is done. But in the end, I think that there is still value in this mod in that it was done using just scrap parts to make the Maverick different.

In Topic: Longstrike Foregrip/shotgun Grip Mod

16 April 2010 - 09:52 PM

That looks like a great start. I think that it would probably be better if you could have the foregrip actually parallel to the blaster, like in previously-done Longshot foregrip mods, or even possibly use the front barrel attachment as a guide for the foregrip, like with previously-done Recon foregrip mods.

Of course, that's just conforming to how the foregrips have been done before, maybe this is more comfortable for you, I wouldn't know myself.

In Topic: At3k ?

26 March 2010 - 02:04 PM

I meant that from your incorrect grammar, it sounds like you are trying to take out the AT3K's tank, and then attach tubing to it (the AT3K tank), which wouldn't make sense if you're trying to replace that tank.

Anyways, I believe the goo gauge is optional, so try whatever works. Either hook up the replacement tank through the goo gauge to the pump in the existing setup, or try to attach some other pump to see if the tank will work without the gauge. If you think about it, the goo gauge doesn't really do anything too significant, so it can be bypassed.

Attach tubing isn't a hard thing for these, so you could just try it before having to ask about it.

In Topic: At3k ?

26 March 2010 - 09:07 AM

If I am replacing the tank should I attach the new tube to the goo gage or the main tank

Why are you attaching tubing to the tank you are replacing?