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USSA
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Postby USSA » Tue Jan 25, 2005 9:14 pm

It seems many of you are disliking the small size of the current blasters. However I realized that If you take the bottom and top part of the blaster (ie on the flash flood) and were to lay them end to end they are comporable to the 1000 and 1500. Not to mention their power. Anyway to those of you skeptics buy the flash flood try it out, you'll be impressed. I had lost faith in hasbro but now they've redeemed themselves, at least in my eyes.

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Postby ChrisReid » Tue Jan 25, 2005 10:59 pm

Interesting way of looking at it. I kinda think the Flash Flood is a little lighter than something like a 1000/1200, but it's definitely comparable.

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Postby USSA » Wed Jan 26, 2005 11:40 am

Definatly, and since you can dual wield them even if you don't have terrific upper body strength...

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Postby Iceman » Fri Feb 04, 2005 3:17 pm

USSA wrote:Definatly, and since you can dual wield them even if you don't have terrific upper body strength...

Dual Wielding 2 CPS 1000's and 2 CPS 1200's isn't really that hard at all. Not to say that it won't weigh you down, just that it's really not all that hard. I still want to get a 2005 blaster or 2 to try them out. If comparable to the CPS 1000, I think we have found a staple blaster for the Talons, perfect colouring too. Try my end of the stick. A Monster XL combined with a CPS 2500, or sometimes 2 CPS 4100s. Tough firepower and slows me down a bit, but hey it will back people up.

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