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Nerf RapidStrike Review, Internals, and Locks Removal


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#1 DartSlinger

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Posted 09 August 2013 - 10:44 PM

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Everything about it is very nice. Here are some photos before the internals and locks removal.

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It has the Stryfe's wonderful, middle-finger magazine release button.
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The foregrip seems Magpul inspired.

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The stock has two settings: all the way out, and all the way in. It's quite comfortable, and one can actually get his face low enough to look through the ghost-ring sights.

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In stock form, it fires roughly 216 darts per minute, which is quite a bit faster than a Stampede. I feature both of those in my review video, in case you're interested.

Internals

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The flywheels: standard stuff.

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The rectangular box that is above the trigger is the dart pusher. It works like this.

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This is what it looks like when it is split open.

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The worm gear on the end of this motor spins this gear on the bottom of the metal bar.

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The small gear spins a large disc, which in turn moves the dart pusher back and forth. This video quickly explains it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdR0a01VLmY










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#2 DartSlinger

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Posted 09 August 2013 - 10:48 PM

Lock Removal



If you want to be able to fire your blaster without the magazine in, you will have to remove the locks preventing it from doing so.


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You will need to remove the white piece and the sensor it triggers. Snip both red wires that attach to it and solder them together.


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Now you will need to remove the white piece and its minions. Take out the screw that is left of the pictured circuit board. Then remove the circuit board. I suggest doing this by bowing the small orange tab outwards with a small screwdriver, such as I am doing in this photo.


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Then remove the circuit board.


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Now hold this piece open while removing both white pieces pictured below. Needle nose pliers are quite helpful.


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Now you can fire your blaster without magazines.

And here is my review of this blaster.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0oAfCvdjP8

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Have fun!

Edited by DartSlinger, 09 August 2013 - 10:51 PM.

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