It is one of my dreams to have my own shop, complete with a forge and wood working tools, as well as a Nerf gun rack. While I, as of yet, have no forge and most of my wood working is done with hand tools, part of my dream is now a reality. Behold!
This is the dining room area in our one bedroom apartment. It has now been transformed into my craft workshop. (Can you believe my wife is cool with this?!) The far left shelf houses my sewing machine, a tub of random materials, tools, tapes, and adhesives. The next shelf over holds fabrics and sewing equipment on the bottom, and Nerf parts and ammo on the middle shelf. The tops of both shelves are reserved for current projects. See anything interesting? (If you look closely you might notice a few blaster shells on the left, in various stages of being repainted. On the next shelf is a new-in-box Retaliator along with a few small boxes from Orange Mod Works.) The far right shelf is all Nerf storage.
This is the bulk of my collection, but it does not include the painted blasters, or the ones currently being worked on. I have estimated that I currently own 70 or so Nerf blasters. Some of them will remain stock, most will be modified and/or painted… eventually. Points of interest in this photo may include my short barreled Vulcan (on the top shelf, it has quite the future in store for it), my modified Centurion (bottom shelf, this blaster is not worth the $50 price tag), and my squirrel prop from my Daryl Dixon costume.