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 on: October 28, 2014, 01:31:08 AM 
Started by Dysvalence - Last post by Dysvalence
I must have jinx'd it, rain ended right before the game started and the weather forecast for the week seems rain free except for endgame. Edit: nvm, weather here at Binghamton is somewhere between bipolar and malevolent.

Also has anyone tried barricade flywheels(the ones with teeth) in the rain? I remember rayven flywheels worked better back when I tested them on a cade swapped rayven on 7s alkaline a few years ago, but its possible that they may solve the slippage issue.

 on: October 27, 2014, 11:05:16 PM 
Started by Chevalier Mal Fet - Last post by Hardware
No, the RF-20 wasn't me. Wish it was, but no. I mounted my camera on a Rayven, Masterkey, and Alpha Trooper. If you want to see that, go here.

 on: October 27, 2014, 03:56:44 PM 
Started by Jesse Abram - Last post by Mzzkc
Have finished. Enjoyed it quite a bit (refreshing break from my Sanderson binge). Will leave a more detailed review on Amazon.

But to all reading this thread: I'd recommend picking it up. Definitely a fun read that any HvZ player can appreciate.

 on: October 27, 2014, 02:39:56 PM 
Started by Mr Bumbles - Last post by Mr Bumbles
There's been scant discussion about modifications on the new Slingfire, but I've heard that it accepts the omw 5kg spring

Before modification my Slingfire worked very well and could be fire about as quickly as I could handle the lever with with darts getting respectable ranges a far bit further or around a modded maverick's.

After removing the air restrictor and replacing the spring I had a problem with a gear in the gear box slipping off. It turns out that the lever itself is not a single piece with gear teeth, but a gear held onto the lever itself with two small orange clips. I've since super-glued the lever and gear together, which now operates solidly although I have not tested it in a game.

I would appreciate any first-hand stories or information on modifying this blaster. If any of you know for sure if air restrictor removal negatively impacts range on this blaster I would be thankful because I did not properly range test the stock blaster and the ar-removed blaster with stock spring appeared to under perform.

Pictures coming.

 on: October 27, 2014, 11:54:59 AM 
Started by no_life_king_ - Last post by Herbert West
I haven't seen this before and I'm pretty sure that it hasn't been done. It has been suggested and discussed, but the consensus has thus far been that it is impractical. It should be possible, as the Speedload6 and Quick16 do something similar, but considering that these blasters are jam-prone and our production processes are typically less precise than injection molding, it is unlikely that a homemade system would work well (or at all). Besides, Nerf darts are long enough that you wouldn't be able to fit many of them in a tube magazine of reasonable length.

If you want to reload on the fly, I'd recommend a flywheel blaster with the jam door removed, or a Speedload6 or Quick16.

Nice username, by the way. Hellsing fan?

 on: October 27, 2014, 09:39:10 AM 
Started by no_life_king_ - Last post by no_life_king_
I recently bought a nerf slingfire and really like the overall design, however I would like to modify it to have a tube magazine like those seen on real lever action rifles so I can load darts as I use them rather than dropping a partial clip between skirmishes.I was wondering if anyone has tried this before or has any advice that wwould help me to do so

 on: October 26, 2014, 09:29:30 PM 
Started by Chevalier Mal Fet - Last post by CybranWarrior22
ended up with a couple hours of FPS styled footage for our promo video, and it looks awesome

ah, that was you with the RF-20, hardware? nice!

 on: October 26, 2014, 05:14:51 PM 
Started by Sklover - Last post by Justplanefun2
Nope!  Good work!  Thanks sklover!

 on: October 24, 2014, 04:12:02 AM 
Started by Dysvalence - Last post by ArcAngelXVI
I've always wanted to see how well a flywheel would perform under heavy rain conditions. Almost found out this past week during SBU's HvZ but the mission (which was Final Stand) was canceled due to heavy rain & wind.

Needless to say, we taped up any opening we assumed capable of causing a malfunction in preparation for the weather.

 on: October 23, 2014, 06:39:53 AM 
Started by Dysvalence - Last post by Zombona
I have been lucky enough to avoid rain and snow during the games I play. I always keep an EAT in my care for just such an occasion though. I primary a Stryfe.

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