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09:48:57 PM Aug 12th 2012
edited by AceOfScarabs
Amusingly, there is a possible mechanical or electrical flaw in the Nerf Stampede that makes it uncontrollably shoot off its entire ammo load at once, kind of like some variants of real gas-pistoned assault rifles.
06:14:02 AM Feb 19th 2012
I'm tempted to make a Nerf Useful Notes page to talk about blaster terminology and technology. Stuff like the Direct versus Reverse Plunger mechanisms, the Dart types, the Blaster series/systems. (Admittedly I'll be raiding a lot of Nerf fanpages for info on blasters I'm unfamiliar with if I do this)
08:37:53 AM Feb 19th 2012
That's cool, keep it up! I don't think there's any harm in "raiding" those fanpages, as you're essentially just sharing the info on a topic people who're reading this probably already have some interest in.
06:39:15 PM May 26th 2012
I hope for a list of all the various blasters and other weapons!
10:05:38 PM Apr 18th 2013
Launched :D

If you want to expand or rework/reorganize the page, go ahead.
10:10:04 AM Oct 15th 2011
edited by YoungGun2
Is it just me, or does the Recon look a lot like a [[Warhammer40,000 Bolter?]] I mean, it's almost exact in a way aside from the color scheme and size.
11:12:29 AM Sep 14th 2011
I hope other Tropers wouldn't object to my doing reviews of the blasters in the Review section, since that's what it's more or less there for.
06:30:20 PM Oct 1st 2011
If you can, go ahead! Some people would find them helpful *cough*
06:14:40 AM Feb 19th 2012
Welp, we've got a few blasters reviewed now. more might be coming (keep an eye out for the Jolt EX-1)
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