What's on your mind?
Idk the difference between a thrift store (that sells clothes and stuff) And nerf thrift stores (Sells nerf guns, attachment, etc.) Pls help? Ooh fun fact we call thrift stores ukay ukay in the Philippines
Has somebody made a 24 carat gold nerf blaster
less than 1 year
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Lipo + charger = expensive (unless I absolutely suck at shopping)
AA = most people have a lot lying around
MKIII battery connector looks like a lipo connector... GOOD JOB DART ZONE
Now Switching my stryfe to 2s actually seems reasonable since I don't need to buy expensive lipo and charger, and I don't need to put in lipo alarms, I doubt the battery tray is going to be very expensive... I must be overlooking a big thing here, why had people not made those batteries tray before? batterie tray seemed to only connect batteries in series and not parallel...
not me :(
26 Votes in Poll
This is a minor update but one that I think is important
The DZP mk 3 comes with an XT 60 connector out of the box to which 8 AAA battery tray is connected to
Dart zone is becoming the king of the hill guys. If some of you still think NERF OR NOTHING, then guys this is your wake up call
Source : Walcom S7's Instagram page
(edited by Jerrick Emerson02)
@Jerrick Emerson02 the previous thread was cut short, but your question is perfectly valid. I'd prefer not to be pigeonholed by my age. But I was definitely born way back in the 1900's before cell phones, video games, and the internet.
There's a rumor that I'm the oldest nerfer in the NIC. I don't know that for sure, but Mrs. Elliottw says I behave like a twelve year-old. So averaged out, I'm probably about 36 😂 🤣 😂
Something else (please specify in comments)
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So I recently got the regulator, And I often sell guns that I am no longer going to use, but for once I wanted the wiki‘s opinion. Should I sell any of the following guns?
original light it up raven
The dartzone tomahawk 60 can use these darts right?
White (Phantom Corps
20 Votes in Poll
Is the tomahawk 60 compatible with wafflehead darts
(edited by CastleOfLegendz127281)
I found a sonic ice retaliator and thunderbow, along with a regulator for 10 bucks
Compact pistol design (I mean it's a pistol. What do you expect?)
Talon compatible mag well
Spring powered blaster that reaches 100-120 fps
Price : Fully assembled blaster costs 75 bucks, full diy kit costs 65 bucks and the hardware kit costs 35 bucks. Tactical upgrade kit costs 15 bucks
No tac rails!!! (Rails look cool. Change my mind. Although you can purchase a tactical kit)
It's a 3d printed blaster. They tend to be costly than off the shelf products because of the work the individual puts in it. But regardless of all those stuff, is it really worth it? I kinda think it is. Even though the mk2 is considered one of the most glorified blasters of all time, it still doesn't have detachable magazine which some people consider as a little quirk. The internal magazine holds only six darts. The Foamknight XE overcame all these magazine problems by being Talon compatible, but there are some downsides which the mk2 fills. Mk2 comes with 2 reloaders and 2 holsters and darts. But the Foamknight XE is just a blaster and doesn't come with any of those accessories. So it all boils down to which one you like and which one you be effective with. For me, I think I'd go with the XE. Comment down your thoughts
In terms of accuracy and FPS
I think its worth it
I don't care
Looks like a orange cream soda threw up on it
Nope.... Who's Idea was this
23 Votes in Poll