Now here is a good use of all of the weapon-design energy from the Thingiverse community — weapons we can all get behind (and fire at each other). Take a look at the other DIY Nerf accessories here from a wide assortment of Thingiverse makers. And here is a Dart Holder from Thingiverse user Caboose, Thing 39241:
This model is a spare dart holder for the Nerf Jolt EX-1. It attaches to the top of the gun’s barrel. This model is very robust once attached to the gun, and will not move or rotate in any way. Print in black plastic for best color match.
UPDATE: Two dart model now available. The two dart model has contrast sights. Read instructions on how to assemble. Two colors of filiment recommended.
And check out the sight at top!
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