Bacara wrote:Could we get some idea on ranges/combat effectiveness of the stampede and the troopers? I'm pretty sure I remember seeing what they look like, but other people might want pictures.
Troopers have a linked trigger and clip release. The one trigger fires both troopers. I intended to put in a second trigger up against the first, but never got around to it. There is a tab just in front of the trigger, in the middle that pulls back both clip releases. Internal mods are simply AR removal, with space for a powerstock in both blasters (which is why the stock attachment looks so different). Also includes a stock made from a recon stock. Pics:
Wrist mounted stampede has battery holders for 8 trustfires, (two lots of 4 in parallel). Unfortunately, I don't have any trustfires and I myself have been running it off a 12v lead acid battery held in a backpack. As such, If the RoF is too high, you may need to beef up the spring as it is only currently running a doubled up stock spring. The trigger is simply two wire contacts sown into a glove. There is a relay inside the gun that acts as the proper switch. Even if you don't want a wrist mount, this is pretty much ready for sticking onto something else, just whack a switch onto those wires i mentioned. Also, cosidering the uncertainty i have probably just given you all, i think i'll lower the price to $50. Pics: (My apologies, these are a little older, before a couple of changes to it)
(This is the old switch, now there is a wire on the thumb and first finger, connecting fires the stampede, original safety switch still exists as an on/off)