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Member Since 07 Nov 2014
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In Topic: comparing chronograph results

07 July 2017 - 05:00 PM

Personally, what do you think of your fluted nonrotating barrel attachments as far as accuracy goes?  Is it something you'd realistically use in a war?

In Topic: comparing chronograph results

20 June 2017 - 12:37 PM

I'd be careful about touting around the term accuracy though. Generally you want to measure spread. A few youtubers (bobo comes to mind) have measured by just recording the spread by camera. This chrono drop is no way to measure a blaster's accuracy. It's very one dimensional.


Additionally, I think your numbers for Claiburn are a little low. My snap bow can go up to 200s and caliburn as I understand it is supposed to be optomized to be much higher than 170s, since we're both using [k26]'s


And if you're printing a flute stabilizer, I'd probably want to print it sideways so the grain of the print doesnt grind against your outcoming darts. Do you have any photos of your stabilizer unit irl?

In Topic: Bulk order cored out foam for darts?

30 November 2014 - 02:41 AM

The most I'd ever need of EVA (craft foam), is like 5 feet. I'm only making a few darts.

Draconis, since you mentioned it;
If you found a good source of EPE foam, I'd be happy to check it out. Is it cored out?

In Topic: Bulk order cored out foam for darts?

26 November 2014 - 12:51 AM

Hey Drev, I search the forums earlier and I noticed you posted about the Buzzbee Xtreme darts (I didn't know they were called that). Do you happen to know where to get those in bullk, other than buying it with the Rangemaster?

In Topic: Has anyone figured out the best way to seal slits in Elite darts?

09 November 2014 - 07:47 PM

I think I should have been more clear. I know the why and how of the situation, and I'm trying to filter out the answers that involve using stefans or straws.

The answer I was hoping for was to know what kind of glue I can use. An ideal answer would be some sort of cheap and light elastic glue that is malleable upon application, and dries to form a seal without being brittle. And is also lightweight. Can anyone think of such a material?