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For Halloween 2008, I was a vampire bounty hunter that specializes in killing my own kind. I traveled to New Orleans -- which is sort of vampire mecca ...
I chose a Nerf N-Strike Maverick, which is quite an amazing toy for only $8.
Disassemble the gun and figure out how to fit some lights inside.
Putting the LEDs and a battery into the barrel allowed the barrel to still rotate and advance when you pulled the trigger. I cut slits in the side ...
Cut holes in the handle so that a glow-stick fits into the gun like a cartridge.
Spray paint the body black and the trigger and other highlights silver. I also did a light coating on the inside, so no yellow would be visible along ...
Inspired by many of gmjhowe's paint-jobs, I dry-brushed silver to give the gun a worn look. I found it most effective to spray silver paint into a small ...
Note how the barrel still rotates.
Crack the glow-stick, switch on the LEDs, and hunt down some vampires.
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