Wednesday, 30 September 2015

Game Report 28/9/15 - Rush, Longshot Appearance

An event I held for just my friends, we tried a few things out, in particular a proper Rush gamemode.
Videos will come when I have the time to edit them together.

Friday, 25 September 2015

Review: Nerf N-Strike Thunderblast

The Demolisher 2 in 1 is the first Nerf blaster since the Titan to fire missiles. Since not everyone has the use for a missile launcher attached to a semi auto flywheeler, a number of modders (including myself) cut off the missile launcher to make a stand alone blaster. Nerf eventually released their own standalone missile launcher, the Thunderblast.
Note that this Thunderblast belongs to a friend, as such my use of it is more limited than most blasters.

Thursday, 17 September 2015

Review: Nerf Zombie Strike Slingfire (Aus grey trigger, black breech)

The Slingfire is ZS's first clip (mag) system blaster, and introduces a priming method new to Nerf (but not to the blaster world, Buzz Bee did it earlier). How does it stack up to Nerf's other clip (mag) system blasters?

Friday, 11 September 2015

Comparison: Elite Stryfe vs Rebelle Rapid Red

The Stryfe and Rapid Red are very similar blasters. Both are compact semi-auto flywheelers with a similar layout, and for the most part the Rapid Red is seen by many to be just a Rebelle-d Stryfe. Is there actually that much difference?

Tuesday, 8 September 2015

Review: MazoFactory Sweet Revenge Holsters

Melbourne based MazoFactory recently officially launched some of their tactical gear, beginning with just some mag pouches. Holsters are soon to come, and I purchased a pair of red drop leg Sweet Revenge holsters for myself.

Friday, 4 September 2015

Review: Buzz Bee Ultra Master Tek/Snipe (15m Aus) + Internals

The largest of Buzz Bee's clip (mag) system Ultra Tek blasters (besides possibly the Auto/Brute which I don't have on hand), the Ultra Master Tek (UMT)/Snipe is a bolt action sniper rifle styled blaster, with a bolt design very similar to Buzz Bee's older Range Master. Does it compare to the RM's incredible power and accuracy?
EDIT 27/3/16: I have run into a huge problem with the UMT/Snipe regarding the bolt handle, which I've detailed later on.