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Noob guide: Easily add weight to streamlines

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Noob guide: Easily add weight to streamlines

Post by bakabill on Sat 14 Jan 2012, 10:26 am

Fool proof way of improving accuracy of your streamlines, only requires etape/PVC tape

Take 15cm of PVC tape and wrap it tightly around the front end of your dart like so:
*Adjust amount of tape (and thus weight) to personal liking



Works well out of modded/unmodded blasters alike



Extremely easy and cheap, try it!
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Re: Noob guide: Easily add weight to streamlines

Post by Captain Crooks on Sat 14 Jan 2012, 12:51 pm

Seeing those darts like that makes me strangely uncomfortable *squirms in chair* Wink

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Re: Noob guide: Easily add weight to streamlines

Post by bakabill on Sat 14 Jan 2012, 1:01 pm

Haha indeed it looks a bit ... snug

It's a good option for anyone playing with lightly modded blasters and wants to make use of their streamlines Razz (I got a far amount with the few raiders and stampede I bought XD)

When playing at home with my brother we only use streamlines so this helps get some consistency with their accuracy.
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Re: Noob guide: Easily add weight to streamlines

Post by Captain Crooks on Sat 14 Jan 2012, 1:04 pm

This might come in handy for our carpark war in a week's time, i'm planning to open my dusty box of streamlines for the event, as i'll mostly be using my Stampede (and maybe my black LS since there's no blaster colour restrictions Very Happy ).

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Re: Noob guide: Easily add weight to streamlines

Post by Ungmon on Fri 20 Jan 2012, 2:13 am

Carpark war? How come I did not hear of this?
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