marauder wrote:You have to explain things in terms that kids will understand, like videogames^ That's how I got Sam to stop using piston pumpers
SEAL wrote:Wow, very spot on! Though the 2000 isn't the most durable blaster in the world. (But it's also just about 20 years old.) I always wanted a Power Pak, but I would need to find one for a good price, and I couldn't really use it anywhere without a hose unless I filled it up ahead of time or made some kind of pump for it.
HBWW wrote:Making a SC pump is easy. Making one practical and ergonomic is not. The latter is the reason I haven't bothered deploying any for the SC blasters; it's just never worth the trouble. It's faster to fill up a reservoir and pump during the game than it is to have to operate a pump while refilling.
HBWW wrote:High range already equates to high soakage since there's no other means permitted by physics to achieve that. Of course, this is to achieving range via higher velocity with some stream breakup, instead of achieving it via lower velocity and superior lamination. (Although I think both factors are equally important.)
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