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In Topic: Stryfe Trigger Spring?

03 September 2018 - 09:58 PM

Even though the stryfe has a place for a trigger spring, it doesn't normally need one because the pusher mech has a spring that automatically returns it. You should be fine, but if you do want a trigger spring, I'm relatively sure the recon trigger spring is around the same size. 

In Topic: R.H.O.M.B.U.S.S.

23 August 2018 - 12:51 PM

So I'm planning on being there, and a bunch of dudes from San Diego are planning on driving up. This should be fun. 

In Topic: 2018 Nerf War Directory

07 August 2018 - 03:26 PM

Manhattan Beach Nerf Club

Nerfhaven post: http://nerfhaven.com...erf-club-socal/

Facebook: https://www.facebook...75571559200879/

Discord: https://discordapp.com/invite/QnK2EQC

Recurring wars, monthly. See facebook page for more info. 

ultrastock and NIC

Southern California, USA

In Topic: R.H.O.M.B.U.S.S.

02 August 2018 - 09:53 PM

It's not super far for me, but I'm curious about turnout. Do you have a group that normally shows up to these kind of wars, or is this more of a yearly thing? If we can get a few of us with modified stuff, it should be really fun. 

In Topic: Nerf Hera Microswitch

01 August 2018 - 08:44 PM

You can do that, but I would really recommend mosfet. It really isn't that much harder, and as the hera is basically a rival stryfe, you only have one switch to worry about. Leaving the switch exposed would be uncomfortable when running around in foam combat, and would require a LOT of shell cutting. Personally, I'd go the mosfet route, but it's really up to you. I'll leave some mosfet tutorials below. Some vendors include everything you need, and all you'd need to do is solder it up. If you don't already have it, I'd order some good soldering tweezers and helping hands from amazon to help you out. They'll make it way easier when modding electric blasters. 

Foam Data Services' mosfet tutorial

Another one I found specifically for the hera


I'd watch both and use the technique from FDS to wire it up. Make sure your mosfet is high amperage: if it is, it'll last forever. Another plus of mosfet is you don't have to remove the original switch, so when you cut the original loom out make sure to leave plenty of length on the rev switch.