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16 September 2008 - 11:26 PM

Part of me snapped awhile ago about the use of the words "Clip" and "Magazine" when referring to dart delivering systems found in the semi and fully automatic weapons. I was on a weapons forum and saw this
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that is when I realized I needed to speak up.

There you go kiddies. Try to get it right, it's not that hard and you just might sound intelligent; though don't over flame those not completely on the ball in an attempt to seem learned.

Airtech 4000

01 September 2008 - 03:52 PM

So this is a very simple mod since as far as I could tell the gun itself is pretty straight forward and not much room for improvement.
The AT4k is like its previous brethren except that it sports a 12 shot cylinder and is auto rotating. I opened it up a few weeks ago and nearly shit myself looking at the internals. I forgot to take a picture as I hurriedly closed it in fears that I would loss one of the many parts. First pump rotates the cylinder and then all pumps after fill the blast chamber. Pull trigger and repeat.
So all there is to do was a barrel replacement. I work at a daycare, so there are always dead markers laying around, so I have a bag of 20+
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So as you can see, it one of those annoying ARs that takes more than just pulling out the 3 prong bit.
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That's ok, because we are going to just pull everything out, as you can well see.
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Now just put some electrical tape around the barrels
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And there you have it.
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I don't have ranges since I live in an apartment in NYC, and taking any gun like object outside is just begging for trouble. [---Ranges were attempted to be measured and came to 35ft average. This is done through various methods that are not the universally accepted tape on ground system and such is not an official range--] I didn't glue down the barrels since I think longer barrels would be beneficial. I also did not plug the pump as this gun would be good for just pumping and firing in a rushed situation; plugged pumps lead to burst internals.

Questions, comments, compliments?

Gmail Users Read

20 August 2008 - 05:27 PM

There is a tool being released by a reverse engineer in two weeks that
steals your authentication data from unencrypted gmail sessions. Go
into your options and turn on "Always use https" to keep your google
account safe.


A tool that automatically steals IDs of non-encrypted sessions and
breaks into Google Mail accounts has been presented at the Defcon
hackers' conference in Las Vegas.

Last week Google introduced a new feature in Gmail that allows users
to permanently switch on SSL and use it for every action involving
Gmail, and not only, authentication. Users who did not turn it on now
have a serious reason to do so as Mike Perry, the reverse engineer
from San Francisco who developed the tool is planning to release it in
two weeks.

To change this go to the "Settings" page and go to the bottom and check the "Always use Http" option.

New Jersey, Nyc, Long Island Nerfers

20 April 2008 - 07:10 PM

Anyone interested comment in this post or PM me. My job is getting people together a week from today (April 27th) to go the the Poconos to some place where equipment can be rented. If you have your own stuff then feel free to bring it assuming it meets the site's safety requirements.
Alright, hope to hear from alot of you, and soon. Thanks.

Identifying A Spring

01 March 2008 - 05:16 PM

So I was wondering if there was a way to look at a spring and know/tell if it is an upgraded one or not.
The spring in question is in a Longshot. The seller claims that he replaced the stock spring with an AR-15 spring. I am pretty sure the guy is full of it since he says he also removed the barrel posts on the gun. :) (for those that don't know, magazine fed nerf guns don't have barrel posts)
So, how would I look at the spring or measure it to tell if he is lying? Is the the AR-15 spring thicker, or tighter coiled, anything?
Thanks for the help guys.