So I was testing my NAR and my TR18 next to each other and noticed that the NAR doesn't really like finned  rods.  In some cases it actually shot normal red rods further than finned ones; anyone else noticed anything like this?

I'm sure it's not a problem with the fins; my TR18 shot them about twice as far with the same bands as the NAR.  I think it may be because you have to place the fins further forward on the rod because of the bullet lock.

On an unrelated note, I don't really make all that much myself, I modify other peoples' things, so if you want me to give any weapons a new better looking and more comfortable body (if you say a WORD about that DJ...), just say and I'll see what I can do.  I'll only accept your own designs, no volunteering others' work.  If you want me to do someone else's design, send them a PM and get them to speak to me directly.  And no TRs.

I would upload some pictures of my previous work, but my library on the site has been mysteriously emptied, and I can't find them in my picture folders.  I still have a mod of SK's shotbow built, so I'll post a picture of that as an edit later if there's interest.

EDIT:  Pictures of my shotbow, two very old Striker mods (IaC's Striker), an old one of my TR18 (I made it much better than it is shown here, but this is the only picture I could find), and something I think I modded from IaC's assault pistol (this one was one of my first attempts at a mod and isn' my best work).

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i love your socks man =D
DJ Radio7 years ago
The shotbow is tight.
I am in agreement.
Thats what she said...
knexguy (author)  DJ Radio7 years ago
Thanks, because the barrel setup is slightly different, you can select single fire or 'double fire' so you have a choice of emptying the mags together or one at a time.
You're gonna have to post some internal pics, I can't see how this is selective fire.
knexguy (author)  DJ Radio7 years ago
Because the firing pins are pushed really low in the barrel with a tan connector, not unlike how some oodammo pistols ensure the pin only hits the top round, you can 'unclip' the top of the oodammo off the top grey rod rail on the bow, but keep it 'clipped' onto the bottom one.  You can actually see this if you look closely at the left hand side bow arm in the first picture.  This means the back of the white rod if the oodammo is so high up in the barrel, and the pin is so low, that the two don't actually hit each other with the weapon is fired.
Mace!7 years ago
Nice socks.
Dirtyboyy7 years ago
pic 5 is awsome ! 

could you send some pics of it ?
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