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    Nerf N-Strike Spectre Rev-5

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    Post  Mark Sat Jan 15, 2011 3:21 am

    First of all, I was down in melbourne and I went pass the CBD Target, and I thought I'll have a look just to see what they have. And yes, the Spectre was there at a fantastic price of $24.00 -Thank god i only had $25 dollers left.

    Out of The box it shot extreamly accurately and very far. Around 30-35ft (10m) actually. Nothing ever lasts, it soon deflated back to 25-30ft.

    Barrel Extension: I found that it did nothing really to the accuracy but it did take 2-3ft of the range. It looks like a silencer, but no, it doesent work, but it looks alright thow.

    Folding Stock: I hate it, hard to use and fold, i just leave it how it is. Alright, it looks bad, it feels bad, honestly hasbro should have stuck to the basics here, still you might like it.

    Look: Skinny Boy of the N-Strike range. Frankly its too long and its not wide enough.

    All things being equal, its a great gun, good value for money.

    Range: 8.5/10
    Accuracy: 10/10
    Weight: 10/10 Light
    Feel: 9/10 Depends
    Value: 10/10 Cosidering its in Australia.
    All up: 9/10

    The Spectre lives up to its name sake. Ghost.


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    Post  Joey Sat Jan 15, 2011 3:43 am

    Mark wrote:
    Look: Skinny Boy of the N-Strike range. Frankly its too long and its not wide enough.

    A shorter, wider gun, sounds like a maverick :p
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    Post  jacko1120 Sat Jan 15, 2011 7:22 am

    Yer i like how the gun is, if you want something short and fat get a maverick.
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    Post  redcricket077 Sun Jan 16, 2011 5:07 am

    Maverick is the best for you, it's front heavy but just chuck something in the handle and it will be quite good.
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    Post  LostBoy Sun Jan 23, 2011 2:32 am

    Looks better than a Maverick.
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    Post  TheBradl3s Sun Jan 23, 2011 3:58 am

    Just saying... why don't people put pictures of the gun being reviewed in their reviews? it might help people understand if they don't have the gun itself...

    - Brad
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    Post  redcricket077 Sun Jan 23, 2011 8:43 am

    TheBradl3s wrote:Just saying... why don't people put pictures of the gun being reviewed in their reviews? it might help people understand if they don't have the gun itself...

    - Brad

    Maybe there should be a default format to follow with reviews which will make it a lot easier for people to understand and comment on.

    Eg- Background Info
    Picture
    Main Unit Function
    Attachments

    Something like that. Then just end off by rating categories like range, appearance etc.
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    Post  abowden Sat Feb 05, 2011 4:33 pm

    Love it, it conceals perfectly in the hollow of my back.

    modded my own way, works a charm (incidentally it now needs the barrel extension, and suctions to fire accurately, and the stock helps, so it is one of the only guns that I carry fully assembled.


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