Introduction: Nerf Assassin Kit
Be it halo, nerf, or anything else, assassinations just rock. The feeling of hitting an enemy from the shadows is unresistable. This is my kit I use on my assassinations. It can be used in almost any situation or battleground. I usually add my custom rifle or demolisher to create a full weapon set, and also add a handgun and holster.
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Step 1: Container
I used a hobby box. Any tackle box will do.
Step 2: Weaponry
I like the triad and boom co pistol for there accuracy, range, and silence in comparison to others. Substitute at will.
Step 3: Distractions
I used a hex bug and a load of crap. Each, when tossed or dropped, makes a different noise. Bbs, dice, and plastic toys all make good, loud noises. The idea here is to make a nonhuman sound to lure your victim.
Step 4: Throwing Knife
Make one! I use two Nerf data connected with a knex rod and duct tape, or a fully knexed one.
Step 6: General Equipment
A combat knife, para chord, a caribiner, some fishing line, duct tape, rubber bands. Also a flashlight and monocular.
Step 7: Ammo and Special Weapons
I also carry ammo for whatever weapon I may run across. As far as special weaponry, I fire a small blowgun, slingshot (nerf bullet heads as ammo), a combat knife and runner bands (snap;).
Step 8: Grenade
Whatever type you like, use it. This is a last ditch effort.
Step 9: Optional
Alongside my primary, pistol, and this kit, I like to use my iphone and headphones. iPhones allow teams to keep in contact mid mission and also have gps and a flashlight. The app earspy allows one to amplify noises nearby, a great way to anticipate your target.
Step 10: End
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