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Adam Savage Modifies a NERF Blaster, Gives It 1,000 Shot Capacity

by Conner Flynn
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Is there anything that Adam Savage has not created or modified or tinkered with? Probably not. His latest great creation is a one-day modification of a NERF Rival Nemesis ball blaster, with which he added a custom 1,000 round magazine. Adam has a lot of balls to make this project. NERF balls.

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The original blaster only holds 100 rounds, so this is quite the upgrade. But that’s not all Adam did. He also added a bi-pod, a red-dot scope, and gave it an awesome custom paint job.

As you can see by the end of the video, it’s really good for shooting people in dinosaur costumes. My question is who cleaned up the balls after? I apologize, I know that sounds dirty, but it’s a valid question. There are balls all over the floor. I bet he made the dinosaur clean them up. That poor dino never gets a break.

This gun looks awesome and it does a great job shooting with the extended magazine. Come on NERF, why can you not sell cool things like this? If Adam can do it, so can you. And you can charge me whatever you want.

[via Geekologie]

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