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 on: December 12, 2014, 11:27:52 AM 
Started by Gunyboy007 - Last post by Zombona
I've got one I am willing to part with. It has an OMW Massacre kit in it and I have the original bits nearby. It has the front barrel and stock. It did not come with a scope so I can't help ya there.

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 on: December 11, 2014, 10:38:08 PM 
Started by Gunyboy007 - Last post by Gunyboy007
I need a longstrike for one of the projects I'm doing over break.
I need the full package, excluding the scope(unless you want to give it with the deal because of niceness).
I'm located in Gretna, LA. 70056.

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 on: December 09, 2014, 03:34:57 AM 
Started by Jesse Abram - Last post by Jesse Abram
If you can get together 10 or people you can play some form of HvZ.  The trick is balancing stun timers and play area with mission difficulty to the give the zombies the opportunities to make takes.  If you have a church building or a school you can use, set it up with a couple starter zombie hiding in the building, and randomly select an Original Zombies (disguised as human) so that the humans can't trust each other.  Then have them search the building for "Keys" so they can escape.

Capture the Flag, or simple NERF tag Team Slayer are can be done with any number of people above 2, technically, 4 for best results.

If you purchased the print format of my book, you get the kindle version for free, so you can start reading right away.

Courage to Thrive and The Kangaroo Flue sounds good, I'll have to check it out, maybe get it for my little cousins.  They love to read.

Looks like Knost has some pretty creepy books out.  HvZ:Hijacked is somewhat more action-oriented than creepy, but it has it's moments.

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 on: December 08, 2014, 11:38:48 PM 
Started by CybranWarrior22 - Last post by statensisland
interested in how this is going...would like to see pics

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 on: December 08, 2014, 06:05:04 PM 
Started by Jesse Abram - Last post by statensisland
Well, my book is currently being looked at by a publishing company called Headline Press, but I doubt anything comes from it. I would love for it to be published through them, so I was wondering about self publishing it. A local writer here, Michael Knost (The guy that wrote the Moth Man Prophecies) liked my book and sent it to Headline, so I'm hoping to get a reply soon. I'm assuming it's in their sludge pile. I illustrated it with my wife and I have an English degree, so it is pretty error free, but you never know what particular publishing companies want. They like to use their own illustrators, and as far as editing goes, they may not like something I've added. It's a kids book about money (which we call piggy food), not as cool as NERF. I am so anxious to get your book. I may just get it on my Kindle app. By the way, if you'd like to read my story, it's on amazon in digital format as well in an anthology of other stories. The book is called "Courage To Thrive." The story is called "The Kangaroo Flu." I think it's like .99 cents now.

What advice could you give for someone not on a college campus who would like to get a Nerf club or Nerf war going, something like dart tag or capture the flag or HvZ? Is it possible in a small country town with no colleges to even get an interest base?

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 on: December 08, 2014, 02:22:09 PM 
Started by Jesse Abram - Last post by Jesse Abram
I published through CreateSpace, which is owned by Amazon.  I hope to publish a sequel of some sort eventually, but it might be another four years of writing.

Your book is in the sludge pile?  Like, it needs editing and illustrations and such?

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 on: December 08, 2014, 01:48:06 PM 
Started by Jesse Abram - Last post by statensisland
Very Very Cool! I haven't yet read the book, but I have just become a member of this forum and saw this post that peaked my interest. I am a fellow author, but this is going to be my new reading priority! Did you self publish? I have had a few short stories for children published and I am currently working on a children's book that is in the sludge pile as we speak. I can relate to your stresses and your aspirations! I hope to be a productive member here. So, with that said...nice to meet you! Check out my author bio.

http://writersunitetofightcancer.org/about/authors/garron-c-staten/

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 on: December 08, 2014, 01:40:01 PM 
Started by Rosewater - Last post by statensisland
Would this project still be going on? I'd like to be included in it! Let me know!

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 on: December 08, 2014, 11:40:11 AM 
Started by Cweed - Last post by statensisland
What's up, guys? I'm from West Virginia. Would love to know if there is anyone else out there from the southern WV area. I'm actually an older Nerf Fan. Been into it since my teens but I am now 30 and still love them just as much as then. I'm now a teacher of science. I'm also a published writer of children's fiction. I would love to know more about any Nerf organizations in my area if anyone is also from WV. I may have to organize a game here. As a teacher, I organized a Nerf competition a couple of years ago with about 40 participants, but it was a noncontact series of target shooting with the disk shooter that Nerf came out with (like skeet) and the Nintendo Wii game and some other point competitions with teams. I am often constrained to playing dart tag with my family members and friends during family reunions and things. I've included a few pictures. I'm the guy on the right in the black Nerf shirt. My wife is the girl with the Nitron. BTW, all of the Nerf blasters you see are mine! Hope to spend many days at this forum and perhaps get something Nerf started.


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 on: December 04, 2014, 02:13:08 AM 
Started by MaxTemkin - Last post by Katyusha
Here's a couple of pics from a steampunk HvZ-LARP event I went to.  Not enough people showed up for us to do a proper game so we ended up just running conventional Nerf wars with the people we had.  Sorry for the washed-out look, I think the guy who took these decided to get clever with photoshop.

Me:


My friend Thanimal:

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