Quantum" but there are ways that, through using the iOS Device installed with the Lazer Tag App, you can get performance upgrades like rapid fire, better firepower strength, and ammo storage.
While this external modification won't be exactly like the Quantum Repeater's design, It will share many of the same ergonomics and design features. The major overhaul of this design is adding a stock. To be more specific, it's built from the grip and removable stock seen on the Dart Tag Swarmfire.
The main design hurdle to overcome with adding a stock is getting access to the battery cover. Thanks to the removable nature of the rear stock on the Swarmfire, I hope to make removing the batteries pretty flawless, although integrating the two shells to be strong enough to withstand the rigors of combat will be my priority. If I can't find a good way to integrate battery access, I suppose I'll have to live with opening up the blaster every time I need to change batteries which, as long as I put good ones in to begin with, won't be that often anyways.
More to come later!