Thursday, 26 January 2017

Loadouts with MTB

MTB recently uploaded another of their loadouts vids, this time featuring my Bullpup RS (and associated other parts), as well as my Rhino-Fire. It covers all the major points and is of course a far higher quality video than anything I'd make myself.

If you're wondering about the lack of activity recently, no I'm not leaving the hobby or anything so major. It's simply a matter of not having the time to produce content, and not having any real content to actually produce. I won't be doing anything Nerf related for the next month or so, but I will be returning in time for the March Melbourne events, and hopefully by then I'll have more content to put up.

As a final note, for anyone who has posted a comment in the past ~2 months, my apologies for not approving the majority of them, a change in the Blogger UI meant that I actually don't immediately see the number of comments awaiting approval, and I only just now remembered to check them.

Tuesday, 20 December 2016

Review: Grey "Waffle" Darts

Back when K'nex launched their line of blasters, they also created a unique type of dart tip. This dart looked essentially like an Elite, however instead of having a hollow tip, it used a series of layers of rubber for cushioning. It wasn't too long before aftermarket copies of the K'nex dart started showing up. Shortly afterwards, darts started becoming available with tips similar in style to the K'nex dart, but with holes straight through the tip. This type of dart was dubbed the "Waffle" dart. A friend of mine gave me 30 grey Waffles to try out.

Thursday, 15 December 2016

Review: Nerf Doomlands Desolator (US orange trigger)

The Desolator is a blaster belonging to a sub-theme of Doomlands, Impact Zone. This subtheme features a vastly different colour scheme to regular Doomlands blasters, being primarily white instead of primarily yellow/orange. Regardless, they maintain many distinctive Doomlands-style features, such as the translucent window on the sides of blasters. While the Desolator is essentially "just" a Stryfe, being a Stryfoid is by no means a bad thing, as the Stryfe is a great blaster in itself. What the Desolator offers then, besides being a Stryfoid, is its unique and awesome design, and I was rather excited to get my hands on one. Unfortunately, the Desolator never arrived in Aussie stores, so after months of waiting I eventually purchased one off a fellow Aussie who had imported several.

Tuesday, 6 December 2016

Mod: Desolator Overhaul

Received my Desolator a couple of days ago and fell in love with it, it's a beautiful blaster. I gave it an overhaul hopefully worthy of its shell, and it's turned out quite nicely.
EDIT 7/12/16: A couple of new, relatively small mods have been added.

Saturday, 3 December 2016

Review: Nerf Modulus Tri-Strike (Aus grey trigger)

The Tri-Strike is the first Modulus blaster to be sporting some properly new accessories, boasting the ability to fire three different ammo types from all its components. This is exactly the sort of thing that I was hoping the Modulus line would bring, accessories that wouldn't be seen in the Elite line. I waited for the price to drop a little before picking one up.

Tuesday, 22 November 2016

MHvZ Game Report 19/11/16 - Rhino-Fire Usage, Blind Bomber Return

We had quite a good MHvZ event today, a good turnout and some good games. I also got some use out of my newly completed Rhino-Fire.

Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Announcing Giveaway Winners!

We received 6 entries in total, 3 in each Australian category. There wasn't a single International entry so naturally noone won that category.
For the First Australian category for the Modulus, the winner was OpponentMocha6.
For the Second Australian category for the Hammershot and MTB motors, the winner was Harrison Gibson.
Congratulations to the winners and thanks to all entrants! You can find the images they submitted in the rest of the post.

Sunday, 13 November 2016

Mod: Rhino-Fire with MTB Honey Badger Pusher

I was given a Rhino-Fire some time ago, and had no real idea what to do with it. I eventually settled on replacing the pusher with a Honey Badger and running it off a 3S LiPo. Though similar to a Rapidstrike in many ways, there were also a lot of other issues to deal with.