Nerf Guns. I took apart my nerf maveric and put it back together. now it wont fire but is super loud. Can anyone help?
Question by boomman | last reply
Over at the 405th, user Moz has modified his NERF rifle to fit right in to the Halo universe. Fortunately, he posted a few photos of the process so you can see how everything got hacked and modified and painted for the final result. He even put up a nice little video to show how it works. Nice one! Nerf Ma5B via gizmodo
Topic by fungus amungus | last reply
Hello, I just thought I'd share the last few months of completed work with my fellow makers! I'm addicted to modifying and painting Nerf guns now because its something you put a lot of time into that is used regularly. It doesn't gather dust or become a paper weight like my previous model car hobby. Anyway enjoy, and thanks for looking! More pictures can be provided if you're interested. JonnyBGood
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Question by dorian_grey0x0 | last reply
Without taking it apart. if so how far can it shoot FLAT.
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Question by Carash | last reply
I want a paint that isn`t sticky once dried and a paint that wont scratch off?
Question by The_Modder | last reply
I plan to do a minimization for my nitefinders.
Question by NerfGunner | last reply
I have a 8 year old bro who has a bunch of nerf guns. He wanted play airsoft with me but doesn't want to get shot with my 400+ fps airsoft gun. I've been searching some things on instructables and found a way to change a nerf gun into a weak airsoft gun. My brother let me use his nightfinder and i ripped out the air restrictor. so now im supposed to make a barrel. He doesn't really like the idea of cutting up one of his darts so what is another item that i could use to make a barrel. he doesn't mind a decent fps on the gun just nothing too extreme. any other suggestions for other mods are accepted as well.
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I would like to "modify" my Nerf Maverick darts to make them look more "steampunky" but I would also like them to still be able to fire from said Maverick.
Question by EndlessWhite49 | last reply
Hello, I am steampunking a nerfgun for my nephew and the assumption is that he will play with it. I thought I would use an acrylic clear sealant to protect the paint, but when I sprayed it, the paint krinkled -- once it dried, it became hard again. I have two more components to seal and would like to avoid this. (I sprayed the nerf with flat black Krylon spraypaidn (supposed to bond to plastic) and then dry brushed metallic acrylic paint for effect. One internet person suggested I use mod-lodge -- but the instructions say that after applying it, i should use a clear acrylic topcoat. So my question is--should I be using this extra step--or is there a paintable acrylic sealant i could use? What are best practices used by you folks?
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I need help bad
Question by nascarbean_97 | last reply
I was thinking, "should i be an army man for halloween?" When I realized I could. With your help, fellow instuctablers, I shall Make an UBER army man costume! I already have camo pants, so I need a camo shirt/top/sweatshirt, and a noise making(no airsoft please!) rifle. Preferably a m-16, m-4, ak47, or g36c. ANY help will be appreciated!!!! I will gladly SUBSCRIBE to you if you help!!!!! AND, as a BONUS, I will rate ALL your ibles a 5 STAR RATING!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thankyou!!!!
Question by chopstx | last reply
Please, it's urgent. I've broken a metal cross-head screw, there is nothing for the screwdriver to cling to. I cannot preform the hammer method due to the object the screw is stuck in being plastic, and I can't afford to break the plastic. Please, I need you to help me. Dylan P.S This is a nerf gun (the hornet) and the screw is near the cocking mechanism.
Question by yerjoking | last reply
So I've got some Instructables in mind for painting a Nerf Maverick. (Wait, you said you were painting an Invicta diving case...) Yes, you're right. The case will be a custom painted case to house a custom painted Nerf Maverick for a Christmas present. However, I have some questions about how to paint it. The case has a rough outside made from what I suspect to be high-impact plastic. The inside is smooth plastic with removable foam inserts and a rubber gasket seal. I know I will have to sand the inside to make the paint stick, but my question is if the outside is already a rough textured plastic, will I need to sand it as well? Also, what paints and finishes do you suggest for painting this case? The Invicta logo on the back will need to be sanded (although I suppose I could leave it since they manufactured the case). The picture shows what my case looks like, minus the graffiti image. Thanks in advance, and God Bless!
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