Introduction: House Assassin: Nerf Hide
This is a Nerf hide. It is meant for assassinations on a target who seems to have forgotten who is the master of Nerf. Use this on targets which you have a location on, and who need a reminder. In the words of Michael Weston, a good trap intrigues, but does not warn.
Step 1: Location
Any long hall or central area. I like the hall, as it has a lot of entry points (bedrooms) but also a stretch with no cover.
Step 2: Base
I like a table. It allows me to build a lot around it while maintaining stealth. The hide should look like someone just piled laundry or bedding on it in a hurry. The table also gives a great place to put your kit.
Step 3: Dress It Up
There shouldn't be any openings at all. Make sure you know where your barrel will protrude. Don't put an opening, put a single light layer. Mine is the red and blue.
Step 4: Inside the Hide
The inside will be dark; any light but red tinted will shine through and give you away.
Step 5: Kit
Kit, or for newbies equipment, should bhe hidden. Check once you've placed yours.
Gun: The barrel of the gun should protrude slightly.
Backup: In my case, a pistol. Also, a throwing knife and sheath (please comment for an ible on this!)
Assassin kit: This is completely optional. See my other ible for details.
Comfort: This depends on how long you are planning to hide, I use a pillow for my elbow. Be sure to move this before shooting for stability.
Book and low light: Again, only have this of you'll be waiting a while.
Be sure you can pick up and go in under 30 seconds.
Step 6: Final Touches
Cover gaps, ensure darkness. Also cover your scope and barrel add much as possible.
Step 7: Execution
Turn off all nearby lights, close windows. Lie in the blind, read, and wait. This is the best part: the anticipation. Pics here include me waiting, both on and off the gun.
When the target approaches, take a silent breath and fire, doubling up if at all possible. Be ready to evac, even if it means blowing your way out.
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