Time for a simple Nerf Crossbolt mod, in which we attach a belt clip (in this case from the Sharpfire) to the rear area of the blaster. Although it is a small addition, it is also a useful one which allows you to use the blaster as a “holstered” sidearm! It is attached with glue and nails inserted through the three previously drilled holes and up into the belt clip!
FIC Quick Mod Trick: Many of us are familiar with the biggest problem affecting the Nerf Zombiestrike Doublestrike. The pull slot for the priming "hammer" is too long, making it possible to accidentally pull back too far and eject one or both darts from the front of the blaster. Many modders resort to filling the unnecessary length of the priming slot with any kind of material, and, while this works, it does not utilize the full potential of this very interesting problem.
A much better alternative is to add a thin piece of material, such as a tiny cut portion of a popsicle stick or tongue depressor, to the top portion of the trigger using an adhesive such as hot glue. This will force the hammer to utilize all of the available pull space.
Now, the problem of accidental dart ejection has been solved, and the blaster has a little more power! When Nerf gives you defects, you turn them into upgrades!
We've started compile a great YouTube playlist of great songs to help you up your foam dart game! Find it here!
Having trouble with your nerf cycloneshock not priming/catching correctly? Sources indicate that this is a common problem. No worries, there is a simple solution! Simply add a small amount of material in the slots in both halves of the priming slide where the plunger rod goes, (as in the picture) and the issue will be resolved! You don't even have to take apart the entire blaster!
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Using the Allforge,* a "desktop- sized manufacturing machine," Nerfers could be able to create and design an infinite number of new blaster attachments and pieces, giving the old, prolonged trial of 3D-printing a fantastic, and affordable alternative!
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