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Old 06-22-2009, 09:39 PM   #1
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Default Glow in the Dark XP 105

Review uploaded. Internal picture to come. The range was just tested and found to be be 31 feet or just over 9m. I will add that later. I don't have stats on the regular 105's range 'cuz my nozzle is missing, but I am assuming that there is no noticeable difference between the two, just going from other sites' stats. There are differences other differences however (see my review) .
Right click "view image" to view a larger photo. Oh, and does anyone know how to photograph glow in the dark plastic? I can't figure how to pick it up on my camera.
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Old 06-22-2009, 10:08 PM   #2
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Default Re: Glow in the Dark XP 105

Put it under a bright light for several minutes, make the room completely dark, take a picture with no flash
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Default Re: Glow in the Dark XP 105

Looks a little gimmicky, but still respectable as far as XP water guns go.

I'm curious about your modding suggestion. How would an XPS/CPS mod increase the water gun's shot time?

Anyway, as I said on iSoaker.net, nice to see an update on Hydrowar.
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Old 07-06-2009, 11:58 AM   #4
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Default Re: Glow in the Dark XP 105

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Looks a little gimmicky, but still respectable as far as XP water guns go.

I'm curious about your modding suggestion. How would an XPS/CPS mod increase the water gun's shot time?

Anyway, as I said on iSoaker.net, nice to see an update on Hydrowar.

The high powered shot time would increase. When I list shot time in my reviews I am talking about how long the gun shoots 70+% of it's range, ie effective shot time. That's why I have an * by the shot time and an explanation at the bottom of the page. In a serious battle you're probably going to be pumping after the power/range dies down, so the effective shot time is more important than the overall shot time.
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Default Re: Glow in the Dark XP 105

Nice review of a rare gun. And you're right about the shot time. That's one angle we don't look at often.

I'm looking forward to whatever else you put online.
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