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    The Flaunt your blasters thread - Light discussion allowed

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    redcricket077

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    Re: The Flaunt your blasters thread - Light discussion allowed

    Post  redcricket077 on Fri Jul 15, 2011 8:41 am

    Psychosis wrote:My new paints for cosmetic love on my longshot. Ironlak cans $9 at my local craft shop (Sydney), SWEEEEET!

    Hey I really hope you have a good plastic primer because I found these paints don't stick very well to plastic. Good luck anyway!
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    Re: The Flaunt your blasters thread - Light discussion allowed

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    Re: The Flaunt your blasters thread - Light discussion allowed

    Post  Dietzie on Fri Jul 15, 2011 2:19 pm

    Meet BUB



    80-90 feet with heavies. Only running tripleshot and stock springs. SSSpring soon hopefully. Barrel is full length brass to PETG and protrudes about 15mm from the Recon front barrel.


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    Re: The Flaunt your blasters thread - Light discussion allowed

    Post  clunk07 on Fri Jul 15, 2011 2:31 pm

    Whilst I haven't used the Ironlak primer, the topcoats are quite impressive, including an exceptional colour range. They do require about a week to ten days to fully cure though. $9 a can is pretty pricey though, but due to the availability, you've gotta take what you can get!!

    @Dietzie - looks good mate, nice scope!! haha

    Cheers,
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    Re: The Flaunt your blasters thread - Light discussion allowed

    Post  Unknown on Sat Jul 16, 2011 1:46 pm





    I just need to lube up the turret and add rear loading holes .

    Aprox. completion time: 4-5hr
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    Re: The Flaunt your blasters thread - Light discussion allowed

    Post  False on Sun Jul 17, 2011 2:31 am

    Hey all. After two weeks of slow internet, I can now upload pictures.

    Made this tri-turret shotgun attatchment last night, very messy :



    The same night I also made this:

    A secret strike with a hornet tank. Credit goes here
    Yet to have a paintjob as it's been a little rainy.


    I gave my modded Crossfire (just the basics: Tek 6 spring replacement, ARs removed)a paintjob:


    Yet to add clear coat.


    Also painted my couplered Titan. I had to take all these pictures with my iPod so they are pretty bad quality and the Titan paintjob doesnt look so good in the pictures;


    And as I said, because of the bad quality, you can't really see it, but upon closer inspection:


    Black flecks!
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    Re: The flaunting thread - Pictures only please

    Post  spudkopf on Mon Jul 18, 2011 3:24 pm

    G'day All

    New member and first post, below is a picture of my CS-18 or what I call my tactical shotgun.

    Stage 1.

    Thus far a basic clean-up of the gun which included the removal of the large NERF logo's and the gun model markings, I have reversed the fore-grip, seeing that from day one I thought that this looked wrong and also made the weapon harder to hold, re-cock and fire, on a real world weapon the idea would be to prevent your digits getting shot off which the original orientation of the nub would make more likely to happen, so this 20 minute mod in my opinion vastly improves both the look and feel of the weapon. So now for me the weapon looks more realistic and is easier to use.

    I have gone for a basic satin black paint job as the majority of today’s modern western weapons have a high proportion of plastic in their construction, as a result I will only be weathering a few chosen parts, as you can see the stock and fore-grip are in NATO green which I think (again my opinion) works quite well, the drum magazine will be this colour also but a six clip is being used as a stand-in until I can get round to that.



    As for Stage 2. Well I hope to add a tactical site to the weaver(ish) rail and I am contemplating a built-in tactical light below the muzzle and maybe a laser pointer. I also want to add a sling hook or hooks to the forward half of the weapon.

    Cheers Spud.


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    Re: The Flaunt your blasters thread - Light discussion allowed

    Post  Silent Scope on Mon Jul 18, 2011 8:37 pm

    To Spud,

    You may not be aware of this but Victoria has made an amendment to the Firearms Act 1996. It's important to bring up that your Alpha Trooper is now the current prime example of an item which is now classified as an "imitation firearm"; in which any toy/prop gun that can be mistaken for a real working firearm (regardless of function) in public is now prohibited without approval from authorities. While I may understand the ammount of effort that you've put in your blaster, let it be known that I will not be condoning any blasters that fall under the prohibited category, and that if you do intend to bring it in public to wrap bright coloured tape around it as a fair compromise to prevent negative perception by the public whilst allowing your creative expression to continue in your own personal time and space.

    Thank you.


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    Re: The Flaunt your blasters thread - Light discussion allowed

    Post  spudkopf on Tue Jul 19, 2011 12:33 am

    G'day Silent Scope

    Thank you for the info, Yes I read that laws thread only after posting and was a tad concerned with the implications in respect to my CS-18, even though I do not intend to display the item in public it is still a major concern to me.

    So I will be painting a thick blue stripe on both the but stock and fore-grip and the muzzle has now been returned to it's original Hi-Viz state, I am also retaining several six-clips in the original Hi-Viz as well, just in case the iterm does ever get out into the wild.

    Spud.
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    Re: The Flaunt your blasters thread - Light discussion allowed

    Post  WV17 on Tue Jul 19, 2011 4:30 am

    Does look sweet in black in that light though such a shame
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    Re: The Flaunt your blasters thread - Light discussion allowed

    Post  False on Thu Jul 21, 2011 9:28 am

    So yeah...

    My broken Shot-Blast's shell (a bit bashed up)



    LS Scope:



    Crossfire shell I painted a while back:



    Money shot;



    And my Hornet-strike got a paintjob-nice and simple:





    Close up:



    PM feedback,yo.


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    Re: The Flaunt your blasters thread - Light discussion allowed

    Post  interflop on Thu Jul 21, 2011 10:02 pm

    My last Longshot paint job. Still need to get another shotgun grip for the internal shotgun mechanism because the stock front gun grip is terrible.



    My Stampede inspired by Johnson Arms' paint job.



    Video showing off the ROF.

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    Re: The Flaunt your blasters thread - Light discussion allowed

    Post  Akimbo Assassin on Sat Jul 23, 2011 9:05 am

    OK I finally painted my first black blaster that is ubiquitous and essential in everyone's Nerf collection. Added red detailing to make it less boring, I call it "Black Ninja".

    Mod done? Minimal, only AR removal. May add some tape to compress the stock spring later. No replacement spring for Black Ninja? No! No spring for you Recon, because you sux.







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    Post  evozn on Mon Jul 25, 2011 5:40 pm

    Blah, blah, it looks realistic, I DON'T CARE, people want it, I make it




















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    Re: The flaunting thread - Pictures only please

    Post  Sadavi5 on Wed Jul 27, 2011 12:23 am

    A few new mods since last I posted here... nothing major, just some very basic AR mods on these, plus the paintjobs and aesthetic changes.


    A quickie Double Shot mod that my sister wanted for her first Nerf War last week- her specifications, of course. So proud. ^_^
    Just took out the shell AR's and switched the darts out to Nerf weighted's. Gave her my personal cardboard-peircing crack-bang explosive rounds, too, though they didn't seem to work as well as in my other Double Shot mod for some reason.


    A Nerf Switch-Shot. Took out the AR, switched darts, blah blah blah. It was a good gun to begin with, getting around 30, so I just ended up pushing it another maybe three to five feet. It was mostly an experiment in drybrushing and using a lot of different metal paints at once, as a precursor to my first actual comission which I'm just now finishing.

    Juuuuust one more:



    Now THAT I'm happy with.
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    Re: The flaunting thread - Pictures only please

    Post  UtahR on Thu Jul 28, 2011 11:01 am

    Hand-crafted 14.4Volt battery module.
    Holds 12 1.2 Volt 2400 Milli-amp nickel metal hydride batteries



    Come on at me bro.
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    Re: The Flaunt your blasters thread - Light discussion allowed

    Post  Luke on Mon Aug 01, 2011 2:22 pm

    Reflex Masterkey


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    Post  Mozart on Sun Aug 07, 2011 2:37 pm

    Just finished my turreted 4B! Woooooo! Pretty chuffed on that. Sorry, I'm on my phone, so I can't upload pictures, but I'm bragging about it, lol. Pulled it apart again to change a few things and make some little tweaks, as it was leaking pretty bad from a few places, so now have some three-day epoxy curing, but it shall be exquisite!

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    Post  Silent Scope on Sun Aug 07, 2011 2:45 pm

    Mozart wrote:Just finished my turreted 4B! Woooooo! Pretty chuffed on that. Sorry, I'm on my phone, so I can't upload pictures, but I'm bragging about it, lol. Pulled it apart again to change a few things and make some little tweaks, as it was leaking pretty bad from a few places, so now have some three-day epoxy curing, but it shall be exquisite!

    Cody
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    Post  Mozart on Sun Aug 07, 2011 2:59 pm

    I don't plan on uploading pictures at all? pSyk and.. Gooni, I think, both made turreted 4Bs. Why the hell would I bother uploading a picture of something nearly everyone can guess what it looks like? Gees mate, real clever.
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    Re: The Flaunt your blasters thread - Light discussion allowed

    Post  Silent Scope on Sun Aug 07, 2011 3:08 pm

    I find it hard to comprehend how one can type but cannot read. I was being lenient when I didn't take any action against you despite the fact that we were in a picture thread, but since you feel like being on a snide against administration with no intentions of posting a picture leaves me the perfect opportunity to do this.

    Take a week off, buddy.

    Ah...



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    Also, can you people start putting titles in PMs? I can't be bothered trying to figure out what the subject and context is within a PM.

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    Re: The Flaunt your blasters thread - Light discussion allowed

    Post  PhantomSambo on Sun Aug 07, 2011 3:29 pm

    Silent Scope wrote:
    Take a week off, buddy.

    LOL OWNED.

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    dat double clip.

    Not much of a flaunt, but if I'm gonna spend two days in a shed that's barely ventilated, I'm sure as hell going to post it online without a writeup
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    Re: The Flaunt your blasters thread - Light discussion allowed

    Post  abowden on Sun Aug 07, 2011 3:46 pm

    *light discussion*
    good to see people are still making mega clips (someone even made one for stampede, as seen earlier in this thread)
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    Post  Akimbo Assassin on Thu Aug 11, 2011 7:23 am

    My first snakeskin attempt on my clip-fed Barricade. I call it "The Viper".



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    Post  LostBoy on Sat Aug 13, 2011 7:24 am







    Collection..
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    Post  camo1010 on Sun Aug 28, 2011 11:45 am



    My freshly painted Raider with extended barrel, AR removed, Oznerfnerd's spring upgrade.

    Not bad for a newbie I think
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    Post  melbnerf619 on Mon Sep 12, 2011 1:46 pm

    Ok guys, I've got a LS and decided to do my first PaintJob.

    I've used Dy-Mark revolution enamal paint for metal, plastic, wood and Masonry. I got it from Bunnings for $10.95
    http://www.dymark.com.au/coatings/Product-details.aspx?product=1056

    I've done a couple coats and waiting to go to games workshop to get a black detailer. Tell me how I done? Improvements? Feedback?











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    Post  clunk07 on Mon Sep 19, 2011 5:53 pm

    Righto, received care packages from the USA and Singapore yesterday.
    Many thanks to SgNerf and andtheherois for their part in my trading extravaganza.

    Let the dick-waving begin:



    Expand-a-blast, Splitfire, Secret Shot and Sharpshooter:




    Wildfire, Lightning Blitz and AT2K:



    Comic Con 2011 Limited Edition Transformer's Barricade RV-10



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    Nerf Max Force Razorbeast, Mad Hornet and Rattler:



    Mattel Ultimator, Lanard Rotator X-8 and Mega Missile:



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    Post  melbnerf619 on Tue Oct 04, 2011 5:06 pm

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    Post  LostBoy on Wed Oct 05, 2011 10:26 am

    Finally finished the DoubleShot today!



    I had a go at a blood splatter at the front of the barrel:






    *NOTE* This is my first paint job on a Nerf blaster.
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    Post  Joey on Wed Oct 05, 2011 10:36 am

    interflop wrote:My last Longshot paint job. Still need to get another shotgun grip for the internal shotgun mechanism because the stock front gun grip is terrible.



    Now that we can comment on this thread, constructively at least, I will note that I friggin love this paint job. Arguably not the best thing to have in public even with its large selection of orange but it just looks awesome. Scope and seamless integration to boot.


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    Post  evozn on Thu Oct 06, 2011 4:11 pm

    My new Rouges and hawk, gear up recon on its way


    A current WIP, wanted to enter it in the competition.


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    Post  LostBoy on Wed Oct 12, 2011 11:31 am

    ShotBlast..


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    Post  False on Fri Oct 14, 2011 12:35 pm

    A minor project I'm working on.

    Homemade bi-pod.


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    Post  GirlyGamer on Fri Oct 14, 2011 2:07 pm

    Nerf BioShock Blaster - Big Daddy Proton


    This was a lot of fun to do, I didn't bother sanding off the logos on this one like I usually do. Threw the Little Sister into the shot for good measure, after all what's Big Daddy without her ;p
    I made the gas canister and added it to the top, along with the 'drill' mounted beneath.

    Writeup at my blog and facebook page.

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