I, like many, am a big fan of the features and performance of the Cycloneshock. It's look triggers a menacing grin on my face, it's power and distance keeps my eyes widened, and the whistling of the darts in the air sends chills. But one flaw that is common in this blaster is its sometimes unpredictable inaccuracy. I've been shooting at a large wall in my yard , and noticed how the darts react from different distances. About 10 feet at least from the wall, the darts landed very close to my target. As I stepped back and shot farther away, the darts curved more to the mid/lower left.
I watched an episode of MythBusters testing the possibility of curving a bullet by shooting a gun with a swift passing motion of the arm. In their case, they couldn't curve a real bullet. I couldn't curve the dart, but I did end up increasing the accuracy of the dart's direction. 25 feet from the wall, I stood with the gun held behind the top of my head, made a swift gesture downward, and with proper timing the dart spiraled as it shot straight at my target.
So for those quick hand renegades out there, if you need to pull out your Cycloneshock behind a barricade for a distant shot, this may be the technique for you.
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n3rfop007Member Since 23 Jun 2015
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