Sunday, September 8, 2013

Nitefinder

I want to start off by saying that i'm sorry I haven't posted for a while. I just started school and I don't have as much time to work on blasters (and I ran out of money over the summer). The amount of posts will slow down, but I will try to find a way to make up for that. Anyways, here is my Super Nitefinder!














The only reason I call it a super Nitefinder is because I drew a super s on the white circle parts. They were looking plain so I just drew them. 
Mods:
- Minimal draw extension (the plunger head just sits farther forward in the plunger tube)
- Minimization
- CPVC coupler
- Standoff to reinforce shell
- Super cool paint job
- Polycarbonate catch
- Seal improved
- Part of a K26
- Upgraded catch spring
Look at that horrible accidental sharpie dot!















I mainly did this Nitefinder because I wanted to try to paint something. Other than my crappy Maverick paint job and my Snapbow, I haven't painted anything. I think for my first-ish paint job this turned out pretty well. I didn't think that the orange would fit, but it actually did.














This Nitefinder is hitting the same ranges as my RBpistol which is really awesome. The only problem is that it has more difficult prime and less air volume. I'm not worried about this breaking either because the coupler is secured with a screw and the polycarbonate catch is super strong. Not only that but I added a standoff in front of the trigger for supa-stability. The only thing I have left to do on this is fill in the front gap somehow and then I am done.

5 comments:

  1. Nice, seems like everyone is making NF's again.
    Also, I actually like the sharpie.

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    1. Thanks! NF's are just fun to mod in general.

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  2. NFs forever, it looks nice man! Might have to copy you :P

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    1. Thanks! Would you happen to want a polycarb catch for your NF? I am already making a couple for some people.

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