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    CWC Blaster-smith Services

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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  clunk07 on Fri May 20, 2011 7:25 pm

    4 x 14500 Li-ion's, 4 x AA battery holder, 9v snap wiring, multi-purpose Li-ion charger.

    I haven't worked out a price yet, as I use batteries with different quality levels. But probably between $40 and $55, pending on brand of battery.

    You will need a 240v ribbon/figure 8 lead for the charger.

    Yes, it's not cheap, but I only use quality parts. At the end of the day, you only get what you pay for!!
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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  clunk07 on Sat May 21, 2011 10:37 am

    BUMP

    New products and prices added to first post.
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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  clunk07 on Tue May 24, 2011 3:26 am

    Longshot commissions are progressing:

    Top - Oxy by Proxy
    Middle - mister_elliott
    Bottom - yeahryan





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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  oxymoron on Tue May 24, 2011 3:57 am

    Wow!!! I like the 1st and 3rd ones best.


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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  clunk07 on Tue May 24, 2011 4:00 am

    oxymoron wrote:Wow!!! I like the 1st and 3rd ones best.

    That's pretty good then, seeing as the top one is for your mate!!
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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  yeahryan on Tue May 24, 2011 4:13 am

    IM IN LOVE!!!. Haha thats so sick. i cant wait to get my hands on it :D.
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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  clunk07 on Tue May 24, 2011 7:12 am

    yeahryan wrote:IM IN LOVE!!!. Haha thats so sick. i cant wait to get my hands on it :D.

    Glad that you like it mate. I'm trialling a new style of stencilling, staying away from crisp lines, and trying for the old 80's look.

    Springs have arrived, sled is reinforced, and breech is finished. Back to work for a few days, but I'll get on to it towards the end of the week. Also waiting on some red laser modules.

    Will keep you updated.

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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  Mozart on Tue May 24, 2011 7:30 am

    They look excellent, man! Well done, they look great. I'm sure they perform amazing, too.

    Did you think about my suggestion to add some details to the paint job, the grip and such?

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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  clunk07 on Tue May 24, 2011 7:34 am

    Mozart wrote:They look excellent, man! Well done, they look great. I'm sure they perform amazing, too.

    Did you think about my suggestion to add some details to the paint job, the grip and such?

    Cody


    Due to lack of parts, I haven't assembled any blaster's yet. But, Murphy's Law ensued, and everything that I was waiting for arrived today!!

    I've left the bipod stands just one colour, thought I'd start with that first. People are getting PJ's done from what they've seen me display already. Once I get a chance, I'll paint my latest personal LS with some detail, and see if people are interested.

    Admittedly, I have met you half-way!! haha
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    Post  Mozart on Tue May 24, 2011 7:45 am

    Hahaa, yeah man! Well, good job, you're doing an awesome job of them. Love those skulls, they stand out really nice.
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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  mister_elliott on Tue May 24, 2011 9:20 am

    Loving it clunk, money (not yet) well spent. Looking forward to the day when I can open that box and put a vid up on youtube of it being used to destroy fresh produce. Having put some thought in about the eye protection video I could even make it a nerfing safety announcement!
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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  clunk07 on Tue May 24, 2011 1:21 pm

    mister_elliott wrote:Loving it clunk, money (not yet) well spent. Looking forward to the day when I can open that box and put a vid up on youtube of it being used to destroy fresh produce. Having put some thought in about the eye protection video I could even make it a nerfing safety announcement!

    Safety Announcement would be a good idea!! haha Glad to see you like the PJ.

    Managed to get some testing done on your blaster late this afternoon. Breech action is nice, I've tried a few new methods, and it seems to be working well. You actually have to prime it fairly quickly, which is what I was chasing. There's alot better ROF than my other blaster's, so it's been a pretty good learning curve. Shooting around 125 feet flat, with a fair bit of cross-wind, so I'm happy with that.

    I won't be reinforcing the plunger rod/head connection either. I've decided not to do this on any of my commissions, as this prevents people being able to change the springs. I've had a few locals try my blaster's, and about half are unable to consistently prime the LS. Also, I won't be adding any padding to the plunger head, as it covers up the screw needed to separate the rod from the plunger head.

    When it arrives, what I'd suggest is to fire off a few clips, and see if you're happy with the double spring combo. If you are, remove the plunger rod, and epoxy the rod to the head. Then glue a piece of foam to the plunger head. I can probably supply a piece of foam for you. This will also give you a chance to see how to re-lube the o-rings for maintenance. If you have any issues, I'll be able to supply pics to show what I'm talking about.

    Cheers,
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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  clunk07 on Tue May 24, 2011 5:40 pm

    Update:

    YeahRyan Longshot Mod - the Works package

    Brass Breech - 50%
    Boltsled Reinforcement - 100%
    Shell Prep for paint - 100%
    Shell painted - 100%
    Buttstock Reinforcement - 25%
    BTV2 spring and o-ring arrived
    Awaiting scope and red laser module


    MisterElliott Longshot Mod - Mod Lvl 2

    Brass Breech - 100%
    Boltsled Reinforcement - 100%
    Shell Prep for paint - 100%
    Shell Painted - 100%
    Blaster Assembled - 100%
    Buttstock reinforcement - 100%
    Firing mechanism tested - PASS
    Range and Accuracy - PASS
    Breech reliability - PASS
    COMMISSION COMPLETED.


    KineticWaffle - Vera Stampede

    Voltage upgrade - 100% - (awaiting charger)
    Springs/o-ring - ordered and shipped
    Scope and laser-dots - ordered
    Suppressor - 0% (actually, less than 0%) haha
    Buttstock ammo holder - 50%
    Shell prep for paint - 25%
    Shell aesthetics - 0%


    Oxy by Proxy Longshot Mod - Mod Lvl 1

    Brass Breech - 100%
    Boltsled Reinforcement - 100%
    Shell Prep for paint - 100%
    Shell Painted - 100%
    Blaster Assembled - 100%
    Buttstock reinforcement - 100%
    Firing mechanism tested - PASS
    Range and Accuracy - PASS
    Breech reliability - PASS
    COMMISSION COMPLETED.


    Mozart - PAS, Brass breech and extra's

    Brass breech - 100% - packaged and sent
    Sml snaps - packaged and sent
    BTV2 LS spring and o-ring - packaged and sent
    PAS - packaged and sent
    17/32" brass - ordered
    Nextorch grease - back-ordered


    Bacara - Brass breech - 100% - packaged

    Taro - Brass breech - 100% - awaiting postal address

    brianlholden - Brass breech - 100%, BTV2 spring in stock, Stampede kit in transit

    Benjiman - Stampede kit in transit

    Lefty - 2 x Stampede voltage upgrade kits - in transit

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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  clunk07 on Thu May 26, 2011 4:43 pm

    Updated - 2 x Longshot commissions completed, 1 left to finish:







    Cheers,






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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  Mozart on Thu May 26, 2011 4:55 pm

    Sweet, man! Looking excellent. If I didn't love modding myself, I would have purchased one from you, for sure. (:

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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  clunk07 on Thu May 26, 2011 4:57 pm

    Cheers mate, pretty happy with them. Just some final testing to finish up, and they'll be in the mail mid next week.

    Hitting 120 to 130 feet, so they're pretty good really. I haven't quite been able to replicate my last Longshot, not sure what was different, but I'm still falling short with range.

    It's probably just got a freakish sized plunger tube, that's actually to specifications haha
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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  Mozart on Thu May 26, 2011 5:09 pm

    120' is still super nice, man (: I'm sure the buyers will be very happy with them. They look excellent.
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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  clunk07 on Fri May 27, 2011 11:29 am

    Why, hello there Doomsayer...



    Still a bit of work left. Needs barrels cut to length, rear-loading slots, the mech unit needs a tweaking, trigger spring, plunger rod reinforcement, and a paint job.

    It's hitting roughly 90 feet flat, which is pretty much what I was aiming for. Stock spring and stock LS spring. I need another stock LS spring if someone has one lying around spare...





    Cheers,


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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  Echoes on Fri May 27, 2011 11:34 am

    WHY HELLO THERE!

    Edit: Lol sorry misread. 90 feet without rearloading. That isn't bad at all.
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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  Vavoom on Fri May 27, 2011 12:35 pm

    Sent you a PM clunk.
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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  ElementGuy on Fri May 27, 2011 1:17 pm

    Could you post the ranges of the blasters please? I'm not going to buy anything, i'm just curious
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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  clunk07 on Fri May 27, 2011 1:28 pm

    Ranges are on the first page, almost at the bottom...............................
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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  ElementGuy on Fri May 27, 2011 1:44 pm

    Sorry I missed that.
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    Post  clunk07 on Fri May 27, 2011 1:54 pm

    No worries
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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  clunk07 on Mon May 30, 2011 11:48 am

    Update:

    YeahRyan Longshot Mod - the Works package and PAS

    Brass Breech - 100%
    Boltsled Reinforcement - 100%
    Shell Prep for paint - 100%
    Shell painted - 100%
    Buttstock Reinforcement - 100%
    Awaiting scope and red laser module
    Range and Accuracy - PASS
    Breech reliability - tweaking
    PAS - ordered, awaiting import.



    MisterElliott Longshot Mod - Mod Lvl 2

    Brass Breech - 100%
    Boltsled Reinforcement - 100%
    Shell Prep for paint - 100%
    Shell Painted - 100%
    Blaster Assembled - 100%
    Buttstock reinforcement - 100%
    Firing mechanism tested - PASS
    Range and Accuracy - PASS
    Breech reliability - PASS
    COMMISSION COMPLETED AND POSTED


    KineticWaffle - Vera Stampede

    Voltage upgrade - 100% - (awaiting charger)
    Springs/o-ring - ordered and shipped
    Scope and laser-dots - ordered
    Suppressor - 0% (actually, less than 0%) haha
    Buttstock ammo holder - 50%
    Shell prep for paint - 25%
    Shell aesthetics - 0%


    Oxy by Proxy Longshot Mod - Mod Lvl 1 and RFSG

    Brass Breech - 100%
    Boltsled Reinforcement - 100%
    Shell Prep for paint - 100%
    Shell Painted - 100%
    Blaster Assembled - 100%
    Buttstock reinforcement - 100%
    Firing mechanism tested - PASS
    Range and Accuracy - PASS
    Breech reliability - PASS
    COMMISSION COMPLETED.
    RFSG - ordered, awaiting import.


    Mozart - RFSG and extra's

    17/32" brass - arrived
    Nextorch grease - back-ordered
    RFSG - ordered

    brianlholden - awaiting postal address
    Brass breech - packaged
    BTV2 LS spring - packaged
    Stampede spring kit - packaged

    Benjiman -
    Stampede spring kit - in stock
    AT drums - in stock
    Li-ion batt's and charger - in transit


    Bacara - Brass breech - 100% - packaged and sent

    Taro - Brass breech - 100% - packaged and sent


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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  clunk07 on Tue May 31, 2011 10:18 am

    Hi boys n girls,

    Due to an unforeseen illness, production of commissioned blaster's and breeches will be put on hold for a week or so.

    Oxy - your's is finished, just waiting on the RFSG to arrive early next week, so I can ship them together.

    YeahRyan - sorry mate, I had hoped for your LS to be completed by today. I've only got some tweaking of the breech action to finish, as well as the laser dot. I'm still waiting on the scope and red laser module so I can begin wiring it in, but I don't have an ETA on when I should expect them to be delivered. As with Oxy, I'll be shipping your LS with the PAS, which I expect to arrive at my place early next week. I'm confident I'll have all the mods completed by Thursday 9th June - even if I have to remove the scope and laser dot out of my LS. Once again, I apologise for the delay.

    I only have one LS brass breech in stock, but I plan to make a few more late next week.

    Unfortunately, my time is going to be needed away from the workbench for the next 7 or 8 days. Whilst Nerf mod's are enjoyable, my responsibilities remain to my family, in particular, my daughter.

    Thanks in advance for your patience guys.

    Cheers,
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    Post  yeahryan on Tue May 31, 2011 6:00 pm

    Its all good mate, i dont mind about the delay.Family always comes first.
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    Post  clunk07 on Wed Jun 01, 2011 3:55 am

    yeahryan wrote:Its all good mate, i dont mind about the delay.Family always comes first.

    Thanks for your understanding mate, I will keep you updated with the small amount of work I have left to complete.

    Cheers,
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    Post  mister_elliott on Wed Jun 01, 2011 10:58 am

    Got my LS and deposited the money this arvo. Performs excellently with the lite tips you shipped, not so good (duh) with the siltips, but still very competitive. I certainly wouldn't want to be shot in the throat with one at close range.
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    Post  clunk07 on Wed Jun 01, 2011 11:38 am

    Good to hear you like it - how's the paint job?

    The stinger's I put in are my triple-washered numbers, which seem to work best with my mod's. Trimming down the tail of the heavy sili's will yield better ranges, but the tips are prone to snapping off if they hit something solid at close range.

    Will be interesting to hear how it performs at the next war.

    Cheers,
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    Post  NachoTaco on Wed Jun 01, 2011 3:31 pm

    If they are falling off, have you tried putting glue on the stem of the tip?
    Also Clunk, how much of the sili tip do you cut off?
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    Post  Mozart on Wed Jun 01, 2011 3:52 pm

    Heavy silicone tips aren't holding at all for me, I've gone back to snap caps, which will hold well when I get my solid foam.. The silicone tips just get torn out, no matter what I do. When I made mine, I used Homebrand super glue and was pretty generous, putting it all around the lip of the tip, then a nice trail of it up the stem. Didn't hold anywhere near as well as it should have.
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    Post  clunk07 on Wed Jun 01, 2011 5:23 pm

    NachoTaco wrote:If they are falling off, have you tried putting glue on the stem of the tip?
    Also Clunk, how much of the sili tip do you cut off?

    Hey, I think the main reason the tips tear off is because of how much stem I've cut off. There's not enough stem there to strengthen the adhesive bond, and it tears the tip out with some foam as well. So I'm pretty sure it's not the actual bond, just that there's not enough surface area for structural integrity and adhesion.

    I still prefer snap caps, but if I manage to get a Nerf community off the ground here in town, I'll only be using the lite sili's. Maybe once it's up and running, I may use the snap's for an age-limited war, but to begin with, I feel the safety-factor of the sili's will be a WINNER!!
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    Post  clunk07 on Fri Jun 03, 2011 1:56 pm

    Hi guys,

    I'm still having a few issues with time in the workshop, due to personal commitments, but I have the following updates:

    Mozart -
    17/32" brass - packaged
    Nextorch grease - back-ordered
    RFSG - delivery expected 8th June

    brianlholden - processing
    Brass breech - packaged
    BTV2 LS spring - packaged
    Stampede spring kit - packaged
    Awaiting confirmation for purchase of stampede voltage upgrade kit, delivery date 7th June.

    Benjiman -
    Stampede spring kit - in stock
    AT drums - in stock
    Li-ion batt's and charger - in transit delivery date 7th June.

    Oxymoron -
    CWC Longshot - commissioning completed
    4 x AW 14500's - in stock
    Stock AT - in stock
    RFSG - in transit - delivery expected 8th June.
    Mate, I never quoted a battery charger in the price - would you like me to supply one?

    Royal86 -
    LS Brass Breech - 25%
    RDS - delivery estimate 20th June

    KingCam -
    LS Brass Breech - 25%
    RDS - delivery estimate 20th June

    Boosted6 -
    RDS - delivery estimate 20th June

    Matt.Chopper -
    RDS - delivery estimate 20th June
    RFSG - delivery expected 8th June

    Lefty -
    8 x AW 14500's - packaged
    1 x WF-139 charger - packaged
    2 x Stampede springs - packaged
    LAHB - delivery expected 8th June

    YeahRyan -
    CWC Longshot commission - 95% completed.
    Expected completion date 8th June
    PAS - delivery expected 8th June

    Phuong -
    PAS - delivery expected 8th June

    Echoes -
    RFSG - delivery expected 8th June

    OzNerfNerd -
    RFSG and PAS - delivery expected 8th June

    Mull -
    LS Brass Breech - 50%
    Expected completion date 7th June

    Inf0rm3r -
    CWC Longshot commission - development stage.

    Guys, delivery dates are to my address. It will most probably take me around 1 to 2 days to package up all the order's for delivery. Pending work commitments, and adherence to estimated delivery dates, I hope to have all available products posted out to individuals by 10th June.

    Brisbane people, if you'd like, I can consolidate all products in to the one package, and post it that way to save money. I'm not sure how often you guys see each other. If this is a viable option, please let me know once you've organised it amongst yourselves.

    If you've ordered something from myself, and you're not on the list, please send an email to:
    clunk07@hotmail.com

    I've had some PC issues, and have lost some files.

    NB: this list doesn't include RFSG's from my final order, which has been placed, but I expect it to be another 2 weeks until they're delivered.

    cheers,
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    Re: CWC Blaster-smith Services

    Post  clunk07 on Tue Jun 07, 2011 8:22 am

    Hi guys,

    Once again, personal crap has kept me from achieving my goals today. I have this update though:

    Mozart -
    17/32" brass, BTV2 springs and RFSG - posted
    Nextorch grease - back-ordered

    brianlholden -
    Brass breech, BTV2 LS spring, Stampede spring kit, 14500's and charger - posted

    Benjiman -
    Stampede spring kit, 14500's and charger, AT drums - posted

    Oxymoron -
    CWC Longshot, AW 14500's, RFSG, stock AT - posted

    Royal86 -
    LS Brass Breech - 25%
    RDS - delivery estimate 20th June

    KingCam -
    LS Brass Breech - 25%
    RDS - delivery estimate 20th June

    Boosted6 -
    RDS - delivery estimate 20th June

    Matt.Chopper -
    RFSG - posted
    RDS - delivery estimate 20th June

    Lefty -
    AW 14500's and charger, Stampede springs, LAHB - posted

    YeahRyan -
    CWC Longshot commission - 95% completed.
    Expected completion date 12th June
    PAS commission - 100% - packaged

    Phuong -
    PAS - in stock, awaiting delivery of RFSG

    Echoes -
    RFSG - posted

    OzNerfNerd -

    RFSG and PAS - posted

    Mull -
    LS Brass Breech - 100% - posted

    Inf0rm3r - CWC Longshot commission
    Shell prep for paint - 15%
    Brass breech - 25%
    Boltsled reinforcement - 25%


    Cheers,


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