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Longstrike Cs-6 Revealed

#1 User is offline   kevinericon 

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Posted 05 January 2010 - 08:22 AM

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Posted 05 January 2010 - 08:26 AM

Holy shit...

That is very nice. You sure you can't take any internals pictures?

If not, does anything stick out off the back when the blaster is primed?

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Posted 05 January 2010 - 08:30 AM

No, on the back of the silver round thingy there's a small hole that will show the red plunger when primed.

I don't know what that means in regard to the Recon/Longshot internal debate though.
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Posted 05 January 2010 - 08:32 AM

View Postkevinericon, on Jan 5 2010, 11:30 AM, said:

No, on the back of the silver round thingy there's a small hole that will show the red plunger when primed.

I don't know what that means in regard to the Recon/Longshot internal debate though.


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Posted 05 January 2010 - 08:44 AM

View Postkevinericon, on Jan 5 2010, 08:30 AM, said:

No, on the back of the silver round thingy there's a small hole that will show the red plunger when primed.

I don't know what that means in regard to the Recon/Longshot internal debate though.


It almost positively confirms it's a Blue Recon.

But ... but ... but ... in the box, with no stock and no faux barrel ... I like the way it looks as a huge pistol.

Something may have to be done about that bolt action, though.
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Posted 05 January 2010 - 08:48 AM

View Postkevinericon, on Jan 5 2010, 11:22 AM, said:

That's about it. And thanks Angela who helped me with these pictures.. It looks huge in her hands.


Sigged... and it's definity the longest.

But is the stock removable?
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That's about it. And thanks Angela who helped me with these pictures.. It looks huge in her hands.


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Posted 05 January 2010 - 09:00 AM

How comfortable is it?
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Posted 05 January 2010 - 09:06 AM

I do not think it has an inverse plunger seeing how it is much like the longshot. Compare it to a recon where as the priming mechanism is above the clip where as in a longshot the priming handle is behind the clip and the area of the plunger rod is above it. so I am assuming the longstrike is more than likely going to have the same setup as a longshot.
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Posted 05 January 2010 - 09:18 AM

In both the LS and the Recon you can position the bolt anywhere,
We'll just have to ask Kevinirecon to please, please, please *drops to his knee......* open the gun and take some internal pictures, just to end the goddamn speculations!

But if he see's a small orange dot on the back when primed it's inverted, only thing I want to know is how big the plungertube is, is it like the recon or bigger or might even be smaller......

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Posted 05 January 2010 - 09:20 AM

View Postmeatballica, on Jan 5 2010, 02:06 PM, said:

I do not think it has an inverse plunger seeing how it is much like the longshot. Compare it to a recon where as the priming mechanism is above the clip where as in a longshot the priming handle is behind the clip and the area of the plunger rod is above it. so I am assuming the longstrike is more than likely going to have the same setup as a longshot.


...what?

I think you might have a decent point somewhere in there, but I really can't tell. Something about where the priming mechanism is? Bolt-sleds or something?

Anyway, I wouldn't be too concerned about whether or not the internals are like the recon or the longshot. The major reason the recon internals were such a pain in the ass wasn't because it was an inverse plunger - although that had a lot to do with it - but rather because there wasn't any fucking room in the shell to do anything about it. This gun, on the other hand, is as big as the longshot, and I'm sure some ambitious pioneer with a dremel will chip out a ton of plastic and slap +bow internals in there. I'll go so far as to make that my prediction for 2010.
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Posted 05 January 2010 - 09:25 AM

View PostzaphodB, on Jan 5 2010, 09:20 AM, said:

View Postmeatballica, on Jan 5 2010, 02:06 PM, said:

I do not think it has an inverse plunger seeing how it is much like the longshot. Compare it to a recon where as the priming mechanism is above the clip where as in a longshot the priming handle is behind the clip and the area of the plunger rod is above it. so I am assuming the longstrike is more than likely going to have the same setup as a longshot.


...what?

I think you might have a decent point somewhere in there, but I really can't tell. Something about where the priming mechanism is? Bolt-sleds or something?

Anyway, I wouldn't be too concerned about whether or not the internals are like the recon or the longshot. The major reason the recon internals were such a pain in the ass wasn't because it was an inverse plunger - although that had a lot to do with it - but rather because there wasn't any ing room in the shell to do anything about it. This gun, on the other hand, is as big as the longshot, and I'm sure some ambitious pioneer with a dremel will chip out a ton of plastic and slap +bow internals in there. I'll go so far as to make that my prediction for 2010.


What I was basically trying to say was that its priming handle location and clip location is more like a longshot than a recon. Also about the red thing popping up when it is primed he may be talking about how the red thing popping like on a longshot when it is primed.
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Posted 05 January 2010 - 09:26 AM

As much as I want to see the internals I do not want to pester someone who does not want to disassemble his extremely new and currently very rare blaster.

but you need to take more pics if you wanna help us out... If you prime the blaster and angle your camera so it can see diagonally into the slot for the priming lever it should give us a hint of the insides... take a pic primed and unprimed from several angles.... probably would not hurt to take a pic or two from the bottom without the magazine in the way also.

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Posted 05 January 2010 - 09:28 AM

View PostMr BadWrench, on Jan 5 2010, 06:26 PM, said:

As much as I want to see the internals I do not want to pester someone who does not want to disassemble his extremely new and currently very rare blaster.

but you need to take more pics if you wanna help us out... If you prime the blaster and angle your camera so it can see diagonally into the slot for the priming lever it should give us a hint of the insides... take a pic primed and unprimed from several angles.... probably would not hurt to take a pic or two from the bottom without the magazine in the way also.

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And maybe a picture of the prime indicator?

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Posted 05 January 2010 - 09:42 AM

I think the info he has given us has been plenty. Thanks for doing this.

Don't feel pressured to disassemble your new, probably expensive blaster if you don't feel like you have the knowledge or skill to reassemble it properly. It's your blaster; do with it as you see fit.

Also, stop speculating! Can't you all wait a couple of damn months until it hits shelves before you start waving your dicks around about it? What does it matter what the internals look like if you can't do anything with them? It's not like you can go out to Target and buy one to mod right this minute.
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Posted 05 January 2010 - 09:49 AM

From a business standpoint, the Recon style inverse plunger makes sense, though. Two moving parts, the bolt and the tube, plus the spring. Whereas on the LS style plunger, there is the bolt, the tube, the plunger rod and head, the spring, and the spring rest. Far less manufacturing cost in the inverse design, and (for their purposes) they still offer adequate performance.
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