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In Topic: Jet Blaster Mod Reviewer Convention In Singapore.

02 November 2016 - 09:38 AM

Two points, I don't want to get shot and it's too expensive.


  • Offer colors that wont get me shot by an officer thinking I have an assault rifle (Blue, red, yellow, pink, purple, neon green, orange).
  • Something in all carbon fiber or black will end up with me on the news looking like swiss cheese.
  • Supply orange tips for barrels, at that price point its not hard to throw that safety feature in.


Also, if I can do the same thing for 1/3 the price it's not really viable. A SNAP and hopper combo is maybe $50 at the most, versus $210 for a kit that doesn't even get you all the way there (still need a shell). Let alone someone could grab an Artifact kit for $50 shipped, get a year worth of darts, and still be under Xplorer's price point.


To put this into perspective, just one of their completed blasters costs more than the equivalent of 5 months rent for me.

In Topic: Magic Mega Barrels?

01 November 2016 - 12:59 PM

What's the OD of Megas? 

In Topic: aluminium tubes

26 October 2016 - 09:43 AM

Yeah, it's the same material he uses for his longshot breech kits. From what I understand it has a slightly bigger ID than CPVC but not as big as SCH.80 PVC.




I haven't bought one of his kits so I can't say if they're any good, but they look dope. 


EDIT: If someone has bought one of those kits let me know if they're any good; I'm actually curious.

In Topic: Tornadowbow help

23 May 2016 - 01:27 PM

I can replace the water gun with pvc, but the washers and the polycarb plunger tube will be hard. And by hard, I mean I can't because I don't have any money. I also am very opposed to cutting the ring launcher apart...


Check out drain extension tubes at your local hardware store that has plumbing materials.There might be some that are close to the same dimensions as the polycarbonate tube Ice Nine used. The plastic ones are generally pretty cheap.



In Topic: China Darts Review

12 January 2016 - 10:32 PM

Cool, I have these too and was considering cutting them down and doing the same you did but just didn't. Also, I disagree that these hurt more than slugs, but I am not stating that it isn't possible that they can hurt more. Finally, although it doesn't matter too much, most people including me refer to them as either ACC darts, accurates, or Chunlin darts(after the seller on amazon were originally found) and while I don't mean annoying about it but it may help some to know what exactly these are called or at least have a name for these.

http://www.amazon.co...rts bullet head(where I bought mine)



I propose "Bullseyes" as the name for these cut down darts, since it sounds equal parts jargon and the original ACCurate name, while also being a play on words with the accuracy thing. It will make it easy to distinguish the full length ones from these since these are more than just cut-down streamlines, they are pretty much sili tips/silicone domes. Also, this is more activity in one topic than the darts and barrels forum has had as a whole in years.


The name "China Darts" was initially just a joke but I'm still going to refer to them as such since that's what the thread is titled.