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    Questions about 6 Dart Clips


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    Questions about 6 Dart Clips

    Post  Nerph on Thu Mar 10, 2011 10:42 am

    My 6 Dart Clip can hold 7 darts and shoot in my modded Deploy CS-6 (AR Removed)
    But, I noticed it jams a lot and sometimes just spews out the dart...
    I also noticed that the darts got squashed.

    So my questions are,

    Does anyone actually use 7 darts at a time?
    and is there something you can do to make a clip hold more darts?

    Oh, and this is my first post so sorry if it's in the wrong area.

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    Re: Questions about 6 Dart Clips

    Post  TheBradl3s on Thu Mar 10, 2011 10:47 am

    I really... REALLY dont know how you missed the Questions thread, I mean, the previous post in the Latest topics IS the Questions thread. Please post all questions there.
    Link: http://www.oznerf.com/t2767p140-oznerf-s-questions-thread-ask-your-questions-here-after-reading-the-faqs#45458

    Anyway to answer yur question... They are 6 dart clips. They CAN hold 7 but that is only due to spring compression and it is not reccomended to use 7 as it does jam.

    As this is one of your first posts, dont forget to read the rules, but you appear to already following them, so +1 for you

    - Brad

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