Red Strike series), and new ranges to aim for. If you've missed RS09's video review and firing test of the Centurion... you start to wonder... is this blaster worth it? What kind of work would be needed to fix it's accuracy... consistency... or even push those Reverse Plunger internals further?
The Centurion is the obvious successor to the Longshot from a size perspective. Being that it is SO much larger, I wonder if it's worth going to all that trouble to make a dedicated sniper rifle for laser tag. The MLTA has already proven that potent range can still be utilized well with smaller blasters like my LTX EF5 or the Ultimate LTX... so it seems like bigger wouldn't be better with this idea.
That being said... neither plan really seems like a good idea. While, at first, this blaster really had me excited, it's really just come down to being a great looking blaster without too much help for either hobby I have. As a Nerf Blaster, there's work to be done to make the range accurate and worth it. As a Laser Tag blaster, it'd likely be too much work to achieve the same ranges that smaller, more nimble blasters could achieve. So... do I buy it for it's looks alone? Or do I sink some serious work into it for marginal results?