I attended this convention and I want to answer any questions that you may have and not leave Nerfhaven out of the loop. A lot of people have strong feelings about Xplorer, Milsim Nerf and Nerf in general, I respect that. I respect that things that would get banned from a NIC war, and for it's venue, rightfully so (like a camo blaster at Armageddon for example), but would be essential for a War competition at a Singapore play field. We here in America, can play in parks legally, and I want to keep it that way too
I have been in serious talks with this company to possibly work with them, maybe part/full time live in Singapore to design blasters and help the company. I must say, I am Fascinated by their philosophy and attitudes towards Nerf. However, I need feedback, Honest feedback, this is a startup company that feels modders, from what I understand talking with Jason Wu, the Chief Executive, should utilize their skills to make better products, not be ignored. Not fight amongst ourselves, but more work together. I feel that if the NIC in America is not heard or considered properly at least somewhere in their product line, the result will be underwhelming. I discussed that we need to consider all regions of Nerf when they make a product so that it is not one sided for one region. And also that if a shell/blaster/kit that they make, may it be made for 14kg's out the door to limit liability, should be designed for as high as a modder can reasonably take it (for example they would make a longshot 14kg's out the door, it should be made for 32 kg's of spring force).
But at any rate feel free.
Edited by Cartaya, 01 November 2016 - 10:21 AM.