The first one was 'King of the Hill' where opposing players from each team squared off in the ring and with only three darts.
The second was 'High Noon', where it was the speedier version of 'King of the Hill' as each player has only one dart. But this is the more exciting version since both players have to be very very careful with their shots.
Anyway, one of the reasons I was there was that I have bought a Longshot front barrel from Adrian and I need to collect it from one of his friends. Its for the shotgun grip project. The Xplorer kit from Singapore is very impressive but due to the cost, especially after the exchange rate, somehow, buying two pieces of cast plastic that costs about the same as the rare/obsolete NERF Longshot is well, to put it mildly, expensive.
|When I came home, the girls greeted me with a lot of love and hugs for acquiring such a valuable piece of NERF history.|
|Here is the item in question. This is the front barrel of the NERF Longshot which does double duty. Not only does it lengthen the Longshot's length (and firepower?) but it also serves as a single shooter.|
|OK, so the combination with a Recon is not a great idea as the weight is now gun forward, which is killing my wrist.|
|The truth o the matter is that I wanted this sliding piece which will be used for the shotgun grip R&D|
|The leftover, well, I'll think of another idea... later|
|With my 'new' Longshot, I was very tempted to put in another hole between the two so that I can have three adjustable lenghts on the Longshot. But this is not important now.|