Stuff About Blasters

Some nerfers might think that HPA is dangerous, too expensive, or too complicated. However, I find the Axiom to be an easy-to-learn platform, only about as risky as a standard springer blaster, and lots of fun (CONTINUE READING…)

Improve the durability and performance of your blaster by simply switching out the spring. K-series springs are most common for Caliburns, Talon Claws and U-Series blasters. While they do work and are fairly durable, they aren’t rated for the amount of compression cycles we use in nerf, and will probably wear out in about a year…. (CONTINUE READING)

U-series blasters have been available for awhile, but we recently made some modifications to improve performance and durability. These tips apply to the U Talon Claw, U Bullpup and U Caliburn…(CONTINUE READING)

See how our filament colors will look on your blaster. 

See how the vanguard (dogbone-shaped) ramcore works when firing. The benefit of a vanguard is to be able to fire with the breech closed. 

High-Powered Nerf Gameplay

What better way to determine which blaster is for you than to see them in action.   https://youtu.be/YSDYvHRcs8o I filmed this at my local group a

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Blasters that Shoot 300FPS+

https://youtu.be/6PRkr4MzyfY High-powered blasters are popular in the hobby. I blame YouTubers like Bradley Philips.  Lesser-known fact: The Brass Caliburn isn’t the ONLY blaster that can

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Which Blaster Build To Choose?

https://youtu.be/o1ozKZrqiB0 Wondering which blaster to build first? To help you decide, I’ve ranked these builds easiest to trickiest.  Spring-Powered blasters are often the easiest Default

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