Orange Mod Works Recon Concept. The priming handle is actually a formed from a cast he made to replicate the look of that iconic Recon.
To see the progress on this blaster or to follow his other works, visit Kouri's website!
Sunday, November 3, 2013
Not sure why he didn't post this himself, but here's Psyk's video of an unboxing and initial review of the N-Strike Elite MEGA Magnus blaster. In short: it's a in-built magazine, direct plunger MEGA-dart-slinging pistol. There's some odd bits to this blaster, mainly the way you load darts into it. Almost seems like it would wear out or mess up your Mega darts, which already don't have a fantastic track record among some fans. Anyways, here's his video!
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Friday, September 20, 2013
The film is about Nerf guns, and is pretty much custom made for the Nerf community. It's an honest-to-god action movie about a group of college students entrenched in a fictional dart tag league. It's got drama, suspense, betrayal, romance, and a climactic battle on top of a playground.
People have been making action movie parodies with Nerf guns for years, but Matt Klein and these film students at Loyola Marymout University are looking to create something a bit bigger. There's a full cast and crew of talented and hard working people, and access to top of the line film equipment. The aim is to make something professional. Something that feels like a Hollywood film.
We've got roughly a month to help 'em out. Check out the video in the link below!
at 10:07 AM
Tuesday, August 27, 2013
- Flywheel motor resistors removed
- Motors replaced with RM2's
- Feeding mech motor resistors removed
- Electronic locks removed
- Mechanical locks removed
- Moving parts lubricated
- Rewired to AA battery harness (running on UltraFire batteries)
- Two Swarmfires integrated
- Flashlight attachment
- Mock scope attachment
- Foregrip added
- Black vinyl dye base coat
- Citadel "Screamer Pink" accents
- Krylon "Chrome" dry brushing
- Matte clear coat applied with "faded" technique
- Internals unpainted to maintain perfect function