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Ben Again

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Nice Red Dot Sight!

I'm impressed. So impressed, in fact, that I would even ask you how to build one.In exchange, I could tell you how to build a magnifing sniper scope... :3

Thanks! Jessen Liang 01:04, September 3, 2011 (UTC)

To make a magnifying scope, you need to have a magnifying lens. This is the lens that magnifies the light and makes the image larger You also need an eyepiece lens, which translates the magnified light into something visible. First off, place the eyepiece lens (the smaller one) to your eye and hold the bigger objective (magnifying) lens away and move it until your image comes into focus. If your image is larger AND upside-down, that means that your eyepiece lens is not concave. (Search on Google for description, I don't know how to explain 'concave and convex') If your image is smaller AND upside-down OR right-side up, you need a more convex Magnifying lens. After you have the right distance to provide a clear image, use a Cardboard tube or PVC Pipe and place teh lens inside in their correct distances. A good way to do this is to have someone else measure for you, and then place tehm in the tube accordingly. After that's done, seal them in with tape, glue, etc. Look through and check to see if the image is clear, larger, AND right-side up. The amount of Magnification depends on the degree of magnification your objective lens provides. After this, simply add a TacRail Attachment, and you're done! Enjoy your Nerf Magifying Scope!

Another way to do this is to take a Wide-Angle Lens and put it on backwards. That's easier, but WAY more expensive.

Have fun!

Jessen Liang 17:36, September 3, 2011 (UTC)

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I was wondering if you would be interested in joining the nerf nation! The nerf nation is an army of nerfers, that are based here on the nerf wiki. You can join automatically just by putting your name under one of the pages under this link.


thanks! Nerfboy 20:01, November 4, 2011 (UTC)

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