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    My Modded Recon

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    lxndr95

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    My Modded Recon

    Post  lxndr95 on Wed Dec 17, 2008 11:29 am

    yeah well, everyone started showing off their recon so might as well show mine
    mods include

    Recon:
    - AR removal
    - Locks remove
    - Maverick Integration
    - Tape on the plunger
    - Stretched spring
    - Added a NF chamber
    - Added a NF spring
    - Paintjob
    - Tagger mod(shoots taggers)
    - Reinforced Catch spring

    Maverick:
    - AR removal
    - Penny Mod
    - Half barrel removal
    - Spring in front of turret





    Ranges are pretty high
    - Recon 50-60feet
    - Maverick 30-40feet


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    Re: My Modded Recon

    Post  Aaron on Wed Dec 17, 2008 12:51 pm

    Cool, What type of spray paint do you use?
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    Re: My Modded Recon

    Post  lxndr95 on Wed Dec 17, 2008 12:59 pm

    alt1995 wrote:Cool, What type of spray paint do you use?

    umm i used this spraypaint at bunnings i bought called SQUIRT for plastic toys, 7 dollars a can i think
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    Re: My Modded Recon

    Post  Aaron on Wed Dec 17, 2008 1:03 pm

    lxndr95 wrote:
    alt1995 wrote:Cool, What type of spray paint do you use?

    umm i used this spraypaint at bunnings i bought called SQUIRT for plastic toys, 7 dollars a can i think

    Yeah thats what I'm using at the momemt.
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    Re: My Modded Recon

    Post  Frankie27 on Fri Dec 19, 2008 2:06 am

    Man I love that Recon. Its so cool.
    So the paint is called Squirt. I'll have to get some cause that guns looks sweeeeet!
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    Re: My Modded Recon

    Post  lxndr95 on Fri Dec 19, 2008 4:08 am

    AustralianNerf wrote:Man I love that Recon. Its so cool.
    So the paint is called Squirt. I'll have to get some cause that guns looks sweeeeet!

    Thanks, the paint i used on that IS GREAT its like PROOO, it doesnt scrape off if you scratch it. Also i have two clips


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    Re: My Modded Recon

    Post  stefan123 on Sun May 24, 2009 7:36 am

    Cool man
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    Re: My Modded Recon

    Post  blakefield on Sun May 24, 2009 8:52 am

    how much WOULD u sell it for?
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    Re: My Modded Recon

    Post  littlebro05 on Sun Jul 12, 2009 1:05 am

    Hmm, stretching the spring will give you temporary power but it'll eventually just go back to it's normal size. You're probably better off replacing the spring.

    Edit: Sorry missed the part where you combined springs sorry. 60ft is pretty good for a recon, but is this 60feet flat or angled?

    But asides that your gun looks beautiful... makes me want to buy one :(.
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    Re: My Modded Recon

    Post  littlebro05 on Sun Jul 12, 2009 10:38 am

    Yeah it should work for now... I think you'll need to open the gun up every month though to restretch the spring. Because if the stretched spring is confined like that for a long time it'll revert back to it's old shape....

    By the way! what distances are you getting with the air restrictor removed?
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    Re: My Modded Recon

    Post  Sgt Stakas on Sun Jul 12, 2009 2:40 pm

    littlebro05 wrote:Yeah it should work for now... I think you'll need to open the gun up every month though to restretch the spring. Because if the stretched spring is confined like that for a long time it'll revert back to it's old shape....

    By the way! what distances are you getting with the air restrictor removed?

    Yeah I realize his spring will eventually compress back to normal but it will do atm, we have to find a supplier close to us that sells a wide range of compression springs... bunnings has a few but we didn't have one out of the gun to compare . Also i'm finding the recons a little picky about the way the spring is modded, some people swear on stretching others on double springs and some even replace it altogether but interestingly the one mod doesn't always work for all guns.

    unfortunately we haven't had a chance to measure any distances but we will as soon as we get a chance , so stay tuned..
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    Re: My Modded Recon

    Post  Sgt Stakas on Mon Jul 13, 2009 2:50 pm

    [quote="lxndr95"]

    - Added a NF spring

    OK so let me get this right, you can put a night finder spring in a recon? if that is correct and the other statement that you can replace a stock night finder spring with modded C-836 spring, does this mean you could theoretically use the C-836 spring in the recon???

    forgive me if this sounds like a silly question but it seems no-one is willing to state categorically this will work..
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    Ghost

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    hmm well

    Post  Ghost on Sat Apr 17, 2010 4:28 pm

    when they say "put a nf spring into a recon i think it must be an internal power stock nf spring in the black plunger tube case i would think
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    Re: My Modded Recon

    Post  melbourneSTORM4eva on Sun Apr 18, 2010 1:39 am

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