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[nerf] Longstrike CS-6 (N-Strike) with Orange Mod Works Massacre Kit

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Posted 05 February 2014 - 05:10 PM

We placed a bulk order for three used Longstrike blasters on ebay around new years, and they recently got in due to the slow shipping.

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Photo comparison to the Centurion, these things are pretty large

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we have big plans for this blaster, Orange Mod Works Massacre kit will be installed

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open up the box, this is inside

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contents. I plan on installing this soon
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Posted 13 February 2014 - 07:01 PM

I had some time to install the Massacre kit into the Longstrike. Before I put the OMW parts in, I weighed everything just in case people were interested.

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OMW bolt sled is 20.9g

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OMW reverse plunger with damping O-ring installed is 15.0g

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OMW breech without O-ring is 34.6g

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OMW metal catch is 24.3g

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OMW spring cup is 28.3g

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OMW spring is 12.3g

Total weight of the Massacre Kit components turns out to be 135.4g. Now that that's done, we can move on to the install.

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Heres the blaster before diassembly.

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First step is to pry off the priming handle using some screwdrivers, but be more gentle than me since I may or may not have stripped the retention mechanism on mine

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this is what they look like disassembled

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This is the blaster disassembled

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The Longstrike's inner barrel. This is a very simple tube with lateral (not rifled) striations.

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80mm long

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Dart tooth mechanism left intact

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Pulling out the stock firing mechanism

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I think I read somewhere that this is a half-priming lock, I took it out anyway

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These ribs on the top of the bolt sled are what locks the access door in place when the sled is forward.

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I don't need nannying, so I removed the ribs. This allows me to open the jam door whenever I want.

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All of the pieces ready to go together

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Slide on the O-ring. This is the last photo for awhile since the next ten minutes involved my hands being covered in silicone grease as I installed the plunger. I will say that the OMW O-ring has a very tight fit in the tube, and it seems like a lot of grease will be necessary to ensure smooth operation...but don't put too much. The grease is thick, and I noticed that it pulls on the cushioning O-ring installed at the base of the reverse plunger. You don't want that to be pulled out of place.

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You can't really see the grease, but it's there.

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All OMW parts installed in the blaster.

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The catch kept bending outwards due to the increased spring tension on it, so I used a hex wrench to hold it down as I put the two shell halves back together.

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Now that the blaster is back together, I weighed the stock parts I just replaced. The bolt sled, reverse plunger and breech assembly is 54.4g (compared to the OMW parts, which total 70.5g).

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Stock trigger catch is 4.1g (compared to the OMW part, which weighs 24.3g).

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Stock spring cup is 4.6g (compared to the OMW part, which weighs 28.3g).

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Stock spring weighs in at 12.2g (compared to the OMW spring, which is almost the same at 12.3g)

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Blaster is reassembled, it's very hard to tell the difference

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OMW parts are visible through the jam door

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Look through the priming indicator, and it's the OMW green as well.

The blaster after the kit fires about the same as the Elite blasters without air restrictors I think. It was raining today so I only had indoor tests but when it clears up I'll post the results.

Also, the blaster is very hard to prime one-handed because of the upgraded spring. Two handed is fastest and easiest, but you can also do it by slamming the handle back with one hand.
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