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 on: August 29, 2014, 08:44:40 pm 
Started by Battle Butterfly - Last post by Hardware
Personally, I really like to use Rust-Oleum paint. Once you sand down the plastic, it bonds excellently whether you're spraying or brushing. As for taking it apart, it's up to you, but I would. It comes out better in my opinion. Still don't know why it works better than plastic paint, though.

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 on: August 29, 2014, 05:27:33 pm 
Started by The Last Vulcaneer - Last post by Deathwish
I'm a bit late to the party, but I personally prefer the Rayven (Elite or NStrike) because I don't have to bother with the dart lock removal and it's quite compact.

Yes, the bullpup design might take getting used to, but I like it.

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 on: August 29, 2014, 03:54:36 pm 
Started by The Last Vulcaneer - Last post by Herbert West
Adhesives should also work. Hotglue should be good enough here. Just be careful of the fact that high-temperature hotglue might slightly warp the plastic - just a bead around the edges should be enough. You might also try using poster goop between the magazines with a snug but not tight wrapping of tape around the outside.

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 on: August 29, 2014, 03:36:05 pm 
Started by Battle Butterfly - Last post by Battle Butterfly
I recently purchased three blasters (Retaliator, Strongarm, and Triad) and I want to repaint them. There's tons of info about how to paint them with spray paint but I'd really rather take a paint brush to it. Does anyone know a good way to go about doing it? I'm assuming sanding still applies, but any specific kind of paint that has worked for others? Would you still need to dissemble it? Et Cetera.. I'd appreciate all the tips I can get!

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 on: August 29, 2014, 01:19:45 pm 
Started by agentjonnyb - Last post by agentjonnyb
I'll see if I can't get some footage to you when I get home at the end of today, but I may have deleted it. Having said that, I can ask someone I know has a copy of it.

Sounds good, dude - thank you!

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 on: August 28, 2014, 08:00:38 pm 
Started by The Last Vulcaneer - Last post by The Last Vulcaneer
Hmm, I like the Velcro idea, but isn't that kinda pricey?

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 on: August 28, 2014, 06:55:50 pm 
Started by The Last Vulcaneer - Last post by Masturcief42
Stryfes are excellent as primaries or secondaries. They are cheap, reliable, compact, have excellent ranges, and are easily modable. A necessary mod it to remove the dart checker, as zombona said. Range can be changed with a simple voltage mod and/or new flywheels. Ignore drac, flywheels are simple and reliable systems. The one downside is if you are stealthing the flywheels make a bunch of noise if modded. (And if you're going to an invitational game, don't expect to be able to stealth)

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 on: August 28, 2014, 06:45:40 pm 
Started by The Last Vulcaneer - Last post by Masturcief42
Yes, it's that exact problem. Using velcro is an easy fix because it doesn't squeeze the mags and it's detatchable. That's my personal reccomendation.

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 on: August 28, 2014, 02:32:43 pm 
Started by The Last Vulcaneer - Last post by torukmakto4
This is a known issue with taping jungle mags. It is easy to jam the follower with pressure on the side of the mag body.

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 on: August 28, 2014, 10:35:21 am 
Started by The Last Vulcaneer - Last post by Hardware
How tight are you wrapping the tape to hold the mags together? You could be pinching them enough to hold the darts stationary, rather than allowing the spring to decompress.

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