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So, I denozzled my blazer. And it still shot about 30 feet. The spread was about a foot and a half at the end of the blast.
Thats cool, do you know what the nozzle is rated?
kinda a waste don't ya think
How was it a waste? If its like most guns with nozzle selectors, you should be able to just screw it right back on.
The Blazer lacks the punch of CPS and air pressure guns. The Blazer's stream can go about fifty feat, But by the the stream is traveling at a much slower speed the when it left the barrel.overload09 wrote:So, I denozzled my blazer. And it still shot about 30 feet. The spread was about a foot and a half at the end of the blast.
Thus, I highly doubt that it could be used as anything really practical.
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I've noticed that with WW guns, the largest nozzle is the size of the largest nozzle that you can select, and it doesn't go quite as far. I did that with my Hydra Pak, but then put the nozzles back on, because it sucked.
I have a screwdriver that fits in the screw. When I turn the screwdriver, the screw comes out. But, only if I turn it in one direction. That direction is normally counter-clockwise, and the screwdriver that you need is Phillips. The range on the high nozzle of my former Aqua Pack was more than it was de-nozzled.
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