Alright. Let's shake the rust off. A while ago I bumbled on some things and needed to combine them. An Ammo Counter Kit, and a 3d print for a Nerf Rayven. I mean, this had to happen. The build is interesting but not overly challenging, and above all else supremely satisfying. Using a Nerf Rayven, a Recon/Retaliator Barrel extension, and a Recon flashlight I was able to assemble the kit, build up my parts, and have the Nerf Blaster Some dreams are made of. The 3d kit comes from UPW Design, and the counter is from Ammo Counter. No really, it's called Ammo Counter. I had to go back through all my emails to find this info. You're welcome. Insert Maui.jpg. Both of these fine proprietors can be found on Etsy. (Some assemly required) So. Step 1. Slicing apart the Rayven and fitting the kit. The first thing I had to do was assemble the kits parts. It's fairly straight forward and needs a little elbow grease. The parts have dowels and rods but the holes need to be cleaned out a little. I recommend some type of plastic epoxy to cement the parts together. You can see on the green blaster image where I recommend cutting it apart. Important notice. DO. NOT. CUT OFF. THE FLY WHEEL CAGE. Seriously. You will cry when you kill your very expensive blaster. It's like 65 Cad new and the older ones are astronomically priced. Once the kit was assembled and in 2 parts (Fore and lower/Rail section) It was a bunch of test fits and smoothing. Remember pepakura files? Have fun sanding. |: More updates to follow.