I honestly would feel a little worried covering the nozzles too, I think most police would be able to tell it is a toy gun and so would most parents, but they would be worried that it would "scare the kiddies!" I've been thinking of camoing some of my guns too, or at least my Vindicator. It doesn't have to be that elaborate though, last year one of SEALs brothers just covered his with a green shirt and that worked pretty well. While the fully ghillied blasters look really awesome, I'm doubtful that they would actually make a difference worth all that effort, unless you were to have a full ghillie suit for yourself. But camoing blasters is just another thing to add to that list, nice to see some people doing it though.My personal armament for 2012:
(This is subject to change, I am reworking it)
Primary: WW Vindicator/CPS 2500 (not sure which I will use yet)
Secondary: WW Equalizer/(2x) WW Crickets/nothing + 1-2 50oz bottles (currently under advisement)Here is my 2012 armory so far:Super Soaker:
CPS 2500 - my newest gun, really good condition, even has the stickers still (one is pealing though).
Max-D 2000 (2) - The trigger on one is a little stiff, the other is even worse and doesn't close correctly. I lubed them so they are as good as they are going to be.
CPS 3200 - Not in good condition at all, I found it in a trash can, got some guys name written on it and has only one nozzle now: big. It also leaks a tiny bit around the back pack attachment which is super glued on because it kept falling off.
XP 35 - Stickers are pealing, but still there, works great!
XP 85 - It was working last I tried it and in OK condition, only used it once or twice since I got it.
XP 105 - Same as the 85 but I have used it a few more times.
PowerSoaker Pumper II - Technically a piston gun so this year at the CSW, you all are dead for the piston only round.
Helix - My trusty side arm in many battles, a bit beet up, but it still works. I am planing a mod for it to make it only have the narrow setting, but for now since I got my Equalizer, won't see much action
XXP 275 - Belonged to my cousin, but I "liberated" it after he broke it and fixed it. He's not even noticed its gone and I have no intention of returning it. This thing is a beast, the repair on the trigger handle is still holding and it is in working order. Not my favorite gun though.
Arctic Blast - Belongs to my friend Luke but I have better water gun storage facilities then him.
Monster X key Chain - Mint condition NiB.
Monster X pen - Out of box but still mint condition, I hope to write a review for it sometime.Water Warriors:
Vindicator - My favorite gun, really like the feel of it and before my 2500, the most powerful gun I own (other then the cumbersome 3200 that barely works)
Vanquisher (2) - Bought to add more big guns to my arsenal so friends have more to chose from.
Colossus - An impulse buy while looking for Vipers, not a bad gun and now has sick custom paint job.
Equalizer (2) - Bought partly to replace my broken Flash Floods and partly to possibly replace my Helix as a side arm, and I think it will.
Goblin - The one from isoaker, but the sticker kind of ran at the CW. I might try and replace it with a new one that has water proof ink.
Cricket - Came in a two pack, really wanted to get some Vipers, but this is all they had. Pretty good gun though and fills a big gap in my arsenal for small side arms.
Pulse Blaster (2) - Bought a few years ago since they were on sale at the local food store, OK guns for there size and better then most my Hasbro junk at the time.
Steady Stream - A nice gun, especially for smaller scale battles.
Hydro Pulse - I good gun compared to its very small size, and great for little kids who can't hold/pump larger blasters.Other:
Shield Blaster 3000 - The grip of the handle broke off, but there is still a stud which you can easily crank the gun with. Some of the paint is chipped, but the gun is in working order.
Shield Blaster 1000 - Hidden in my gun chest somewhere, I think it works.
Water Ball ML 50 - Not a very useful gun, but a cool concept.
Storm 2 in 1 - Just some really simple storm guns, the rear operates as a PR pistol and the front comes of and is a squirt gun.
Random squirt guns (x3)Guns to be fixed when ever I actually get good at fixing guns:
Vindicator (Trigger repair) - Really want to get this one working by this summer so I will have two of them again.
Lightning (Pump repair) - Again my Cousans, not a classic SS and I plan to give it back when I fix it. I fixed the cracked pump cap but during testing the whole pump broke off!
CPS 1000 - My friend Bela's, this gun works but the pressure release is way over reactive so no mater how many pumps it only shoots for 3/4 second. The grip on the pump rod also broke.
CPS 2100 - Another gun from a trash can, this one might be hopeless, the pump is gone and so is half the pump track.
XP 75 triple shot - The trigger valve is stuck open, I can't figure out how to open it in a way that wont break the nozzles ruining the guns only cool feature.
Flash Flood (2) - Every one has at least one of these, dumb Max-D valves.
Arctic Blast - Same as the FF.
SS 100 - Was my cousins, like the XXP, but got broken due to carelessness (the 'O' that holds the tank got stepped on). I have since glued it so it works great, but he doesn't miss it and I don't plan to give it back so it can get broken again. - Tested it a few days ago, it now leaks when pumped! No idea what is wrong.
Water Ball SL 175 - Probably the coolest gun I own, but even less practical then my Helix. So mad that this broke, don't know why it doesn't work, it just doesn't suck water anymore.LEGO Minifig sized water guns:
These are all the guns I have so far that are sized for LEGO people build out of LEGO parts:http://www.mocpages.com/image_zoom.php? ... 325388016m
SS CPS 3200
SS Flash Flood
SS Max-D 2000 (x2) - new design, no pictures of it yet.
Last updated 4/9/12