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Stoneheart

Nerf Crusader Customs

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Nintendo NES

 

           I know this one is no Nerf blaster, but it was a project that falls under similar catagories.

 

       All i did for this one was clean in out inside of dust and lint, abd of course cusom paint.

three layers of colour, hand weathered, hand detailed, both the radiation emblem, and hazardous waste glow in the dark.

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STRYFE

TWIN PAIR

 

       These beauties were a joy to build. Completely rewired in heavy duty wire, all resistors and locks removed, and custom hand painted shells with matching magazines. Both blasters are capable of IMR power, so ultra performance is only a small step away.

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RAIDER CS-36

 

        This one was pretty simple internally. Removed the A.R. and all the locks. Nothing extravigant, but it makes a wirld of difference for the blaster. Throw in custom paint, and a dash of Raider esqu styling with wire, and it's finished.

 

 

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HAMMERSHOT PAIR

 

             These, were fun but tedious. Aftermarket springs with 4x the stock power, hand milled, blued, and cleared steel components. 

Hair triggers for faster reaction times, and custom hand detailed paint. Completed with linen wrapped grips.

 

 

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CYCLONESHOCK / STRYFE MASTERKEY INTEGRATION 

 

 

        This one took a lot longer than i wanted, but it finally came together. 

The stryfe is rewired completely, (by a previous modder, and i'll give him props for excellent work btw.) 

the cycloneshock, i removed the air restrictors, and smoothed out the internals. It fires stronger, and opperates smoother.

 

after a two colour custom paint, in Ironman-hotrod red, and white, it's all finished in high gloss clear.

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MARBLED STRYFE

 

 

        Hydrodipped, rewired, and cleared. This stryfe was an interesting project, my first dip in years. The paint is supposed to have the texture and slight unevenness, so i did not add anything to the water to thin the paint for dipping. Semigloss clear brings out the colours. There is also a bit of a fun, some of the green bits glow in the dark!

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Although, the image is so dark, its hard to see it....

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SALVAGED CONCEPT WEAPON ZEUS

 

            This build was a lot of fun. It was a commission, looking for something that looked like it had been in development before a nuclear holocaust. Found some decades later by a wasteland survivor, and cobbled together to make it functional.

Total rewired system, removed locks, resistors, and dead weight. Custom patina in rust steel and black, cosmetic mods include faux exposed wiring, and a hand fabricated mag stop cage guard. 

 

All around a fun build. Was well received, and thoroughly satisfying.

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In another week or so, i'll be posting two more blasters, commissioned together, in matching paint. 

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