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Foxhead128

aka Elsie

  • I live in the United States
  • I was born on July 24
  • My occupation is Student

Well, since BSim referred me to this wiki, I figured I should at least make a basic user page for myself. My actual arsenal is extremely shallow, but the topic of Nerf blasters does interest me to a certain extent.

Currently-owned Nerf blastersEdit

Dart TagEdit

Previously-owned Nerf blastersEdit

N-Strike EliteEdit

Nerf blasters still on orderEdit

N-Strike EliteEdit

  • 1 RapidStrike CS-18 (initially intended for BSim, but a mix-up resulted in two being ordered by different people; we agreed that I could keep one of them)
  • 2 Stryfes (unknown variants; shipper explicitly stated that the colors might vary)

Nerf blasters I'm thinking of perhaps acquiringEdit

N-Strike EliteEdit

VortexEdit

RebelleEdit

You might be looking at the last two and thinking, "Seriously, man?" I will respond to this in advance with the following: "You can think what you want, but I don't believe in this idea of being manly. Besides, the Powerbelle is basically an upgraded Speedswarm."

Custom Nerf blasters/launchers I'm thinking of perhaps building at some pointEdit

I've never attempted to make anything like these, and most of them are probably as stupid as they sound. I didn't come up with all the ideas here, mind you.

  • A trebuchet-like contraption that has a grid of Nerf darts instead of a net, intended for launching large amounts of darts at once. Reloading would probably be difficult. Alternatively, this could be a normal trebuchet that launches Nerf grenades.
  • A fully-automatic fan-powered turret. Since the fan would probably take a while to warm up, the design would be such that the fan continuously runs during the turret's operation. Clearly, this would take a lot of power, so it might be best for it to use an electrical outlet.
  • A quadrotor drone with a Nerf gun attached. (this was BSim's idea, not mine)
  • A Nerf grenade launcher.
  • Both air cannon and spring-loaded dart launchers. If you look up "air cannon" on YouTube, you'll see that the range on the former type can potentially be huge.
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