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This gives your darts more speed. It's super simple, which is cool if you only have a couple of minutes.
What you need. Darts, glue, straws, and scissors.
Gently push the straw up the dart until it stops. Cut the straw a bit too long so you can pull it out and put glue on(you can cut off excess after you...
Cover the first two thirds of the straw with glue. Insert into dart, glued end first.
Wait until glue is dry and repeat. Have fun shootin' people!
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It decreases range and accuracy. I made 1 and did multiple tests with different guns. Do not make
that is stupid
"You're finished!", not "Your finished!"
"Your" - possessive adjective, e.g. "that is *your* nerf gun"
"You're" - contraction of "you" and "are", e.g "you're a tool"
the mega darts can fit the small ones inside them makes them heavier and stiffer.
What about Mega darts? Those I always have problems with crumpling and being shaved, compressed, or ruined in a similar way due to the blaster.
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