Shotgun Nerf Dart

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Introduction: Shotgun Nerf Dart

The Nerf dart shoots and acts like a shotgun bullet.

I got this idea from N-Striker *and Celloman* from (their) idea of shotgun darts from knex.

I have also another idea I came up w/ from Stefans (from Twisted and other people) that you can use Split Shot Sinkers used for fishing. You still put the tic tac down the about lenght shown in step 4, but instead of filling with tic tacs, put (2) split shot sinkers size BB and then put a size PSS-7 sss in to seal it. Note (1): These darts are heavier that regular darts, and Note (2): I have done some testing on different nerf guns with these sss darts. That I know of, this only works on the (air restrictor and spring modded) longshot, possibly the attachment to the longshot, possibly the n-strike revolver thing, and possibly the Recon (small one). I have tested this also on the Recon CS-6, the (un-modded) longshot, and a couple of REALLY small guns, and those didn't work. If anyone would like to test these darts on other guns, that'd be okay.

I WONT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY INJURIES SO DONT AIM FOR THE FACE AND WEAR EYE GEAR IF POSSIBLE.

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Step 1: Things You Need

Here is what you need

1. Nerf darts (duh)
2. Tic Tacs (any kind)
3. Scissors
4. Pliers (maybe)
5. A pin or knex piece

Step 2: Take Apart

Take your nerf dart and cut of the tip of it.

Then, use your fingers (or a pair of pliers) to rip out the little nub out of the center of the dart.

Step 3: The Tic Tacs

Now take your tic tacs and cut the up with your scissors. Its easiest to cut them in half as shown and cut the from there. Make sure you have at least 2 big pieces that can fit snuggly in the nerf dart.

Step 4: The Insertion

Now take one big piece and push it down to the about length. I found it easy to do this with a piece of knex. Then put in smaller pieces. Then, seal it up with the other big piece. OR OR OR OR OR some people have had problems with the tic tac pieces coming out, so you can take the little nub that you took out in step 2 and put it in (very lightly so it is BARELY in) and that usually works better than the big tic tac piece in it. NOTE: put it in so that it is barely in the nerf dart, or it might not come out at all and will get jammed in.

Step 5: Your Done!

LOCK & LOAD!

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    59 Discussions

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    bobitybob06
    bobitybob06

    Reply 1 year ago

    off with YOUR head!

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    Dumchicken
    Dumchicken

    9 years ago on Step 2

    off with your head!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

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    lil larry
    lil larry

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    off with YOUR head!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

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    The nerdling
    The nerdling

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    off with EVERYONE'S head!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

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    alarson3
    alarson3

    Reply 8 years ago on Step 2

    nooooooooo, I like my head!!!!

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    The nerdling
    The nerdling

    Reply 8 years ago on Step 2

    i said of wiith everyone's head didn't i so make your head roll!
    hahahahah

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    bobitybob06
    bobitybob06

    Reply 1 year ago

    Oh.
    Anyone else not need their head?

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    rex dracones
    rex dracones

    Reply 2 years ago

    I don't!!

    i found just barely hot gluing one of those round lego pieces with the hole in them in the back lets the pieces fly out beter

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    mr. cool 384
    mr. cool 384

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    waste of nothing this thing is cool u can cram in almost anything and it still flies out

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    otees
    otees

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    THere are heaps of thats what she said moments like GET A BIG PIECE AND PUSH IT DOWN THE END, STEP 4: INSERTION, CUT THE TIP OF IT