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Bummer - I won't be able to make it this year. I have a wedding to attend. Of course, since I won't be there, it means DemonLord might actually show up as stated...
Fling some serious foam gentlemen!
I was there last year thank you very much. Its just at your wars that I have issues with.
+Not the only Illinoisan this year!
+Many new faces, many familiar nerfers.
+Getting to nerf with new and old friends alike.
+Pistol Territories actually turned out quite fun.
- DTC second round, not fun getting taken out by Clara/Aubry/That girl who showed up with Hippo constantly, no team support
+Hella good shootouts with said girl
+Hail-fire with 8 18shot clips. Nuff said.
+It took losing 70ish lbs, wearing baseball cleats and tossing a few bricks into his ammo pouch when he wasn't looking, but finally beating Carbon in run.
Now to just see Umlaut's pictures...
You will need:
1" or 3/4" PVC union
Barrel Assembly (in this case the 3/4" PVC Venom has)
Reducing bushing to 1/2" PVC (to attach to the front your blaster)
Stub of 1/2" PVC
Insert rocket onto the end of the barrel.
Unscrew the union and insert the saren wrap between the two halves.
Attach the device to the front of your favorite blaster and fire!
The idea is that with a springer air pressure requires friction of the dart in the barrel to maintain pressure to fling the dart. With a rocket that's not possible, so what happens is the spring compresses the air behind the rupture disk and when the PSI is high enough the disk ruptures, creating an airgun like effect with the blaster. Initial testing with my plusbow and a Titan rocket resulted in an increase of 2 feet to the range of the missile. Without it it went 4 feet, with the rupture disk it went six feet. When attached to my 4B it went from 60ish to around 100+ when tin foil is used as a rupture disk. Best with high volume blasters.
EDIT: Now that the weather is clear I was able to test the system with my plus bow and rocket assembly. Without the disk, the rocket flew 30 to 35 feet and with the saren wrap it flew to 40 to 45 feet. Wind may have been a factor as it did start to rain, but we've got baselines now to play around with.
+Only one representing Chi-town, hopefully I left a good impression
+Many good photos, hopefully some will show up
+Shooting a Titan missile out of a tree in two shots
+SonReeseSonJenson actually having a working HAMP and dominating in DtC
+Cobra plus Titan missiles equals loads of laughs
+Not having a single major malfunction with a blaster
+Fun rounds overall with well designed and well placed mobstacles
-The war ended too soon
-Launch ran a little long but the break was worth it
-Not seeing the Unfair Gun or Stark's Airpowered bow function
See you next war!
-- Bring your own food and hydration, there is stuff nearby but its a bit of a drive
-- Parking is along the nice wide shoulder of the road on both sides of the road
-- Bathrooms require a short drive to a nearby gas station (or a really long walk)
Be sure to bring the rest of the Wisconsin crew Louiec3