A real upgrade kit would have the 18 clips, not 6. But I guess if you can get a discount for buying in bulk it's worth it.
Would prefer to see the 12 dart clips though....
which n-strike gun should i get next? i've got the recon (x2 sonic)the spectre the nitefinder the proton and bandolier.im looking for a sniper or a machine gun or a rpg. ive found a longstrike for $30 (au) and a stampede for $30 (au)plzzzzzz helpP.S i have the maverick srry forgot it
Anonymous,Get the Stampede.
thats what i was thinking thanks!!!
Any idea why it can't be shipped to Singapore?
Terence Lee,Not all sellers on Amazon ship overseas all the time (it depends on which have stock and are able to ship internationally).You have to click on the "more buying choices" on the right side of the product page to check the various other sellers and find which ones can ship overseas.
Alright! Thanks, have you bought this set of items? Any review on it?
Terence Lee,I didn't order this set, 'cos i already have more than enough clips to use. :) Its basically just more 6-dart clips and Elite foam darts, same as the ones that come with the Elite Hail-Fire.
Haha, kind of expected that you have a lot of clips.Thanks alot.
SgNerf, Which gun would be better - the Stampede or the Hail-Fire? I like the full auto capability of the Stampede and the extra stuff that it comes with, but I feel like it'll drain my pocket because it requires 6 "D" batteries. The actual blaster's price is not an issue though.
Anonymous,Both can work well in games, but it usually depends on user preference in the overall "feel" between motorized spring plunger systems vs motorized flywheel systems.Some are bothered by the Hail-Fire's buzzing flywheel sound or the odd tactile feel when firing (it feels quite different from the Stampede), while some don't mind it.I guess you'll just have to try it out to know if you like it or not. :)Btw, you could also use AA batteries in the Stampede too, just put the AA batteries in AA to D converter shells (you can get those from electronics parts stores)... but note that the mAh capacity of AA batteries are alot lower, so they wouldn't last as long as D batteries.