Nerf Longshot Reloading Mod

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I was having nerf battle with my friends and I was using the Longshot. So when I have to reload it sucks when you have to take the clip out and then get another one from the butt stock. So I decided to make an easy way to reload it. This instructable will teach you how to reload the Longshot in 2 seconds or less! PLEASE COMMENT!!!!!

Tools: Scissors
Duct Tape ( You can use any type of tape, I just like Duct tape because it looks cool)


****NOTE: You do not have to do any unscrewing or any sort of that****

Step 1: The Setup

Alright first we will start with the how we will do the procedure

Step 2: Procedure

Now we will start with the order of operations to make it.

Step 3: Finished Product

Here is the finished product of what you should have made. ENJOY!!!!!!!

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    ZchryRbbt

    8 years ago on Step 2

    lol. you noob. what you do is remove all the internals from one clip, then cut the first ammo clip below the ridge [the one with no internals], cut the second one below the ridges that hold in darts then superglue them together. next stretch the lift thing for the darts to the top. one clip holds 14 darts. no need for reloading. xD

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    Toroloco11ZchryRbbt

    Reply 1 year ago

    What about 2 of the clips you made taped together like in the instructable ? It would give you even more ammo!

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    ZchryRbbtPRtheking

    Reply 7 years ago on Step 2

    ...im saying that i dont need to reload. and in my reality, im pretty darn sure that not reloading is faster than reloading. i dont know about where you come from tho.,..

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    ZchryRbbtsithlil

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Yeah but that's before you actuallly play. Time spent there reloading the larger clip would likewise be spent reloading multiple small clips. Logic please?

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    GeeknxtZchryRbbt

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    @zchryrbbt
    you have a good point, but like if u mess up, you sorta like messed up a clip

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    ZchryRbbtGeeknxt

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Ehh, nerf guns in general are very rough work so it doesn't need to be exact. Just sand down the edges so there's nothing rough and eyeball it. It'll be all good. I have like 3 of these clips.

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    ZchryRbbtGeeknxt

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    haha. i have 3 of those clips. i use them in my longshot. i get about 80+ feet :D

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    nerframbo98ZchryRbbt

    Reply 8 years ago on Step 2

    you can just use the stampede clip which holds 18 darts or you can use the raider drum barrel

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    ZchryRbbtnerframbo98

    Reply 8 years ago on Step 2

    yeah but this was before the stampede, and that raider drum is just bulky, ugly, heavy and if ur mag catch is broken, it'll fall right out. you could opt for stampede mags, but i personally think they're too long for say a longshot or recon.

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    ZchryRbbtV1nz0rd

    Reply 8 years ago on Step 2

    it cant but that can be easily remidied. so its like a Z shape right? you tape [i used electric] one Z onto the otehr one. theres vids on youtube that show you. so then its like a long lightning bolt shape. and just put it in like normal. there is only one drawback. if you keep it loaded with anything more thatn 11-12, altjhough it will fit, if you keep it there for like say 2 hours, the pressure of the extendede spring will squish your darts and then you will get little ovally ends witch is not good. i think. depends on what you like.

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    V1nz0rdZchryRbbt

    Reply 8 years ago on Step 2

    what if i used soldering wire/fluid to solder them together?

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    ZchryRbbtV1nz0rd

    Reply 8 years ago on Step 2

    Ok. It depends on how well you do it. It's just easier to do it with tape so do that if at all possible. Anything works. Umm, scotch, frog tape, masking, duct, electric, painters, packaging, pretty sparkly stickers. Everything works. If you absolutely can't, then I guess soldering it would work if you got enough of it connected. But still, I'd still tape or glue over it to hold it together better. Good luck with your clip man. It's not too hard but when your taping/glueing it back up, make sure it's aligned properly. Or else it'll piss you off like a....you know what I mean. . Loll. xD

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    ZchryRbbtV1nz0rd

    Reply 8 years ago on Step 2

    oh. the clip im describing is also kinda long. i have some pictures you can see though if the links work https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=1171701&id=1537007517 https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=1171704&id=1537007517&fbid=1478089682350 https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=1171703&id=1537007517&fbid=1478089642349#!/photo.php?pid=1171702&id=1537007517&fbid=1478089602348