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 on: January 24, 2015, 08:46:36 PM 
Started by Rexar5 - Last post by torukmakto4
On a side note, does anyone know why this rapidstrikes stripe is red?


Red, I assume you meant white? That is the XD repaint with the white stripe and "ELITE" lettering, and an orange buffer tube instead of grey. They are slowly starting to show up in new stock right now.

 on: January 24, 2015, 08:33:57 PM 
Started by Rexar5 - Last post by CS- Tiff

That is because those are mabuchi fk 180 sh's

On a side note, does anyone know why this rapidstrikes stripe is red?


 on: January 24, 2015, 12:03:36 AM 
Started by Andrew Ketrow - Last post by Hardware
UL Lafayette's posters for this semester's game.

 on: January 20, 2015, 02:22:31 AM 
Started by Ozymandias - Last post by Katyusha
Presenting....THE DOOMINATOR (by Doofenshmirtz Evil Inc.)


 on: January 14, 2015, 12:19:31 AM 
Started by Mr. Three - Last post by torukmakto4
There isn't much out there in terms of improving feed reliability on this type of action and most people do nothing to them to get them reliable. Make sure the boltface doesn't have any burrs or damage and the feed guide "tongue" isn't bent. They either work the exact same as all others or they have something serious wrong with them and don't run at all in my experience. That is post-2012 and all Alphas of course, the older N-Strike stuff with gate pushback is really flaky.

Switching to a stronger spring can reduce the risk of action lockups, but it doesn't sound like you have had any.

I would hazard a guess that you are correct. Using pump guns is a skill, in particular not short-stroking them. Also, in addition to mags, consider ammo quality. What are you shooting and what condition is it in? Blue Elite is trouble, if you are using it I would try something else; and pump guns are not going to handle EOL darts well at all.

If you had malfunctions with a Stryfe (assuming the "dart sensor" is gone) that also suggests an ammo or mag problem. About mags, if they weren't abused in the past, they can last a long time. I have mags from 2010 still in frontline use. On full auto.

I am leaning toward bad ammo, and all the issues are cured with a couple cases of ZombieStrike Elite.

 on: January 13, 2015, 04:09:07 PM 
Started by Mr. Three - Last post by Mr. Three
I and a friend are the armorers of our squad. So, among trying to get two overvolted Stampedes, an overvolted Rapidstrike and two overvolted Stryfes online, I find myself taking a second look at the Elite Alpha Trooper and Rampage I had shelved for reliability issues. Numerous times both blasters have had double feeding and jamming issues, especially when rapid-firing and slam-firing. I'm also one of the frontline/extreme close range fighters in all of our formations, so that issue came up often enough. It sucks to have blasters laying around unused.

I figured, from reputation alone, that the EAT would be ideal when my Rampage failed me the same way. Having some jamming issues with my Stryfe as well, I believe this was a mistake and that the reputation came from modded blasters and skilled users. I have two questions:

-Do mods to the EAT and Rampage exist which improve reliability (besides increasing power, or are those the same thing in the context of these blasters)?

-Are my malfunctions due to user error; not cycling properly or moving the blaster too much mid-cycling?

It's hard to be objective about one's own performance, but four of my fellow squad mates have observed failures in their stock Rampages and EATs. It's possible we don't have the technique down. I've also given credit to the thought our magazines may be worn out and am ordering several from Amazon.

Why I'm reconsidering these springers is due to low weight, instant shooting from trigger pull, low noise, less battery charging hassle.
If I primary a Stryfe or Stampede, I'd like to keep an EAT on my person in case of bad weather or an untimely jam. Thanks in advance for any advice. I looked 5 pages back for a topic like this and didn't find anything similar, so apologies if this topic is redundant.

 on: January 12, 2015, 03:47:37 PM 
Started by Jarvii - Last post by Mr. Three
dumb aside question, hope it's not too much of a necro.

When using the SoShine AA to D converters to fit a Stampede, will I need to fill some of them with blank batteries if using the IMR 14500s?

As in, I would need to fill all six slots in the battery case but not all of them should be high voltage batteries, right?

 on: January 09, 2015, 10:25:06 PM 
Started by Mzzkc - Last post by Zim
Commission. Plasma Dash Rayven,

Soooo..... when a Rainbow Dash Rayven?
Does the charging cord get in the way of mag-dropping?
Anyways, great blaster, it looks nice.

 on: January 09, 2015, 08:30:33 PM 
Started by Mzzkc - Last post by TheSilverhead
Commission. Plasma Dash Rayven, LED's and voltmeter on separate switch, huge 1" barrel, sturdy foregrip (No tac rail rattle crap.) Paint was "Mordu's Angel's" inspired. Space Pancake unbroken blue, straight from production line. It was a big change from my usual scarred and weathered!

 on: January 09, 2015, 02:10:42 PM 
Started by statensisland - Last post by statensisland
What's up guys? I was just hoping to get some feedback on this project I was working on over the past few days on and off. It's Liam Neeson from the Patrick Swayze movie Next of Kin. They have a all out war in a grave yard in Chicago I think in the movie with the country boys (of which I am one) from Kentucky against the mob. It totally has a zombie feel, so I decided to use a zombie strike Double Strike for the pistol. I could have used a Hammershot, but I liked the green.  I just wish I could have found a better perspective image of a zombie strike Rough Cut, but instead I decided to use the Elite version. Hope you guys like it! *G*

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