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In Topic: Awesome Spring addition/replacement for cheap!

08 July 2012 - 09:16 AM

First post

The only problem is Dollarama can only be found in Canada from my research, but that doesn't mean they won't be found in the USA, but I have drawn a blank when researching these party poppers.

In Topic: Nerf Elite Retaliator

29 June 2012 - 06:48 PM

I'm not sure if this applies to this post, but you aren't supposed to post about blasters or other items that have not been released to the general public.

In Topic: Dartsmithing Tips Archive

25 June 2012 - 02:27 PM

Found a nice outsourcing website, http://www.alibaba.com

*I also found something close to Kane's pink foam, if not the foam itself in Jiangsu, China:

*I found another foam dealer who will produce "red,green,blue,yellow etc" foam in Guangdong, China:

*Also found some nice yellow foam in Guangdong, China:


In Topic: OOTWW

25 June 2012 - 12:09 PM

So the SNAP carbine is what? A duck billed platypus?

Personally I like having the end of my hopper angled towards me. With this configuration it seems as though I would have to angle my blaster upward to reload the hopper, rather than angling it slightly downward, which would presumably make it so that gravity is working against me as the bend curves upwards away from me. I can't tell from the video you posted though, because it looks like a low-budget found footage horror movie. I guess it might make the newer 'bullpup' style blasters less awkward in the hopper area.

I could see the OOTWW on a bullpup, because the barrel setup is so far back a hopper might be awkward.

In Topic: OOTWW

24 June 2012 - 01:01 PM

We're talking about why this already isn't a problem with a straight clip and angled wye. Of course angling the wye on the contrived solution would worsen it.

Yeah, I understand, again I didn't think everyone would switch over to a OOTWW, just a few here and there that feel the perks of the OOTWW outweigh those of a standard hopper.