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    Multiple Inlined NF

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    Mozart

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    Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  Mozart on Sat Jun 25, 2011 7:49 pm

    This is basically just a small inline clip. It goes with my 20mm Conduit couplered NF (with 20mm Conduit AS the coupler). It works great, if you made three or four, you could get extremely good RoF.





    It has a 75mm, 16mm Conduit barrel, a 95mm, 20mm Conduit clip (effectively, after taking off the distance that the connections nest inside the clip) and a 25mm, 16mm Conduit connection to the coupler. This small connection also acts as a dart door, sort of thing, which allows you to push darts through to load them, but stops them falling back out. You could effectively carry four clips on a cool belt, because you must be awesome if you have a Nerf belt... And one loaded, with a total of fifteen shots.

    Works great, especially since I mostly point my Nite Finder down to prime it anyway.



    Two clips (6 rounds) in ten seconds.


    Comments, questions.

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    Re: Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  littlebro05 on Wed Jun 29, 2011 1:54 pm

    Yeah I've done exactly that before. It's the lazy man inline clip.
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    Re: Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  redcricket077 on Wed Jun 29, 2011 2:29 pm

    Looks Boss, nicely done.
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    Re: Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  Luke on Wed Jun 29, 2011 2:46 pm

    Great informative descripion I might actually try this one.
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    Re: Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  mavrick man on Wed Jun 29, 2011 2:47 pm

    Hey lazy man always wins
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    Re: Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  Mozart on Wed Jun 29, 2011 5:42 pm

    What do you mean, lazy man's inline, LB? How else would you make an inline that's as effective and simple as this..? Ahaa.

    Thanks guys. Try it, it's stupidly easy to make. Just make sure to ream out the barrel so darts feed in nicely.
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    Re: Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  RL on Wed Jun 29, 2011 5:48 pm

    I guess I'm trying this out when I get those 2 for $10 NF's. \

    But just to check Mozart, what is the 75mm and the 90mm things? Cheers
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    Re: Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  Mozart on Wed Jun 29, 2011 5:54 pm

    No worries mate.

    Barrel: 75mm long piece of 16mm Conduit
    Clip: 125mm long piece of 20mm Conduit (aprox. 90mm of 'clip' left once you put the barrel and connection in)
    Connection/dart stop: 25mm long piece of 20mm Conduit.

    Works fine with 20mm Conduit couplers too, if you wanted to put one of those on your NF. If you follow my write up for the speed loader and Nite Finder that I posted not long ago, it will work perfectly with this.

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    Re: Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  obrieal on Thu Jul 07, 2011 3:04 pm

    What ranges are you getting with this mod?
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    Mozart

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    Re: Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  Mozart on Thu Jul 07, 2011 3:14 pm

    Dunno man.

    I don't have a tape measure. It looses a bit of power in each shot, obviously, because of the deadspace. But RoF is increased so much, it's phenomenal.

    I guess.. Above 60'
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    Re: Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  RL on Thu Jul 07, 2011 5:16 pm

    I just noticed in your first photo how it seems like you barely had to make any cuts to the shell to fit the new barrels.

    I'll let you know how my version of this works out. I'm guessing less than 60 feet though, since I'm getting that atm with heavy sili tips.

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    Re: Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  Mozart on Fri Jul 08, 2011 11:09 am

    Ohh, thanks man. So what do you reckon, 50' - 60'?

    It didn't actually go through, but the silicone tip dart entered a beer carton box from about fifteen feet.

    It's pretty wicked for a NF. Enough said.

    About the barrel, I wrapped coarse sand paper around some 20mm Conduit and sanded it out, then I had to do the same with some 16mm Conduit. Good idea, came out really clean.
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    Re: Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  RL on Fri Jul 08, 2011 2:12 pm

    Yeah I'd say that's about right the range. I couldn't be bothered going down to do some saw work so my inline atm is super ghetto. It's a 7/32 pushed in and taped into a 20mm conduit. I dunno how long each piece is, like I said, super ghetto so it was a 3 minute job.

    But mate you should see how ugly the cuts I did for my fat-ass 20mm coupler. I only had a hobby knife and diagonal side pliers.

    By the way, I take it you used shorter length darts?
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    Re: Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  Mozart on Fri Jul 08, 2011 4:18 pm

    Hahaa, nice! Those cuts sound like fun.

    Yeh man, all my darts are slightly longer than 1.5", with the tips. Man, I can whip up five inline clips in 15 minutes, I reckon. Wanna buy some? It'll give me something to do, lol. Give you a good deal!
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    Re: Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  littlebro05 on Fri Jul 08, 2011 4:23 pm

    Mozart wrote:Hahaa, nice! Those cuts sound like fun.

    Yeh man, all my darts are slightly longer than 1.5", with the tips. Man, I can whip up five inline clips in 15 minutes, I reckon. Wanna buy some? It'll give me something to do, lol. Give you a good deal!

    Consumerism at it's best if 2120 buys it LOL. All you need is 20mm conduit and 16mm conduit. It's telescopic! You know what they say though, you're too lazy, then may as well buy it.
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    Re: Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  RL on Fri Jul 08, 2011 5:24 pm

    Look if I had money I'd buy it off you, even if I could do it. As it stands I have to be smarter with money now
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    Re: Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  Mozart on Fri Jul 08, 2011 6:01 pm

    Lol, I know, LB.

    Yeah, I know that feeling way too well. ): Ahaa. Probably charge $3 a pop, for anyone else that's interested. Ahaha.
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    Re: Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  mister_elliott on Sat Jul 09, 2011 4:53 am

    littlebro05 wrote:Consumerism at it's best if 2120 buys it LOL. All you need is 20mm conduit and 16mm conduit. It's telescopic! You know what they say though, you're too lazy, then may as well buy it.

    Buying stuff you could've made yourself is fine, everyone does it. It saves time, hassle, and you don't have to waste time on learning or money on tools. I don't have tools or adhesives like many guys on here, so for people like me who are just 'consumers' it's cheaper and easier in the long run to pay someone else to do it.

    These would actually be really effective as a primary at speedfoam or similar.
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    Re: Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  Mozart on Wed Jul 27, 2011 5:35 pm

    Only just read that last reply..

    Yeah, totally agree. I now have tyree inlines, two speed loaders and a speed loader inline. So effective and so easy to use. I'd be more likely to use this as a primary then a singled, RSCBed or single breeched blaster. For example, my PAS. When I get around to doing another breech for it, it still takes ages in between shots. This thing is wicked fast, I love it.

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    Re: Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  bulletproofvest on Thu Jul 28, 2011 10:42 am

    This is pretty cool, does the deadspace reduce the ranges much compared to a NF without a clip but with a rebarrel?
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    Re: Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  Mozart on Thu Jul 28, 2011 11:06 am

    I don't know, I don't have a tape measure for ranges. It doesn't seem to lose any power inside, so it mustn't be much.
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    Re: Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  littlebro05 on Thu Jul 28, 2011 11:41 am

    I wouldn't be surprised if it didn't lose range. My RSCB is hitting as hard and far as a singled TS with the same springs.
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    Re: Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  Mozart on Thu Jul 28, 2011 11:58 am

    Yeah man, it would be interesting to do proper range tests to see if there are any differences.

    I would seriously use this as a primary, it's so good.
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    Re: Multiple Inlined NF

    Post  bulletproofvest on Thu Jul 28, 2011 12:13 pm

    Interesting, thanks guys

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