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PostPosted: Fri Jul 21, 2017 7:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I have a question about Adams Savageīs blaster.: is the ammo housing, and magazine clip made of metal?, it seems to me that it is. Does anybody know which metal is?.

I find it curious that even so Danīs blaster is much heavier as they say in the video, being this part made in plastic in the original prop.


No Adam's is not metal, its a genuine Steyr magazine. Although he thought it was heavier when he first picked it up he wasn't so sure in the end - they are very close.

When I picked up Dan's blaster the first thing I noticed was how much lighter it is vs the all metal Sidkit. Adam's - IMO - is not heavier than Dan's and its definitely not as heavy as the Sid.


In the video an the pictures it looked like metal.

Do you have compared Adam and Danīs blasters with a Coyle one?.

Thanks
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 21, 2017 8:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

gromenawer wrote:
Staar wrote:
gromenawer wrote:
I have a question about Adams Savageīs blaster.: is the ammo housing, and magazine clip made of metal?, it seems to me that it is. Does anybody know which metal is?.

I find it curious that even so Danīs blaster is much heavier as they say in the video, being this part made in plastic in the original prop.


No Adam's is not metal, its a genuine Steyr magazine. Although he thought it was heavier when he first picked it up he wasn't so sure in the end - they are very close.

When I picked up Dan's blaster the first thing I noticed was how much lighter it is vs the all metal Sidkit. Adam's - IMO - is not heavier than Dan's and its definitely not as heavy as the Sid.


In the video an the pictures it looked like metal.

Do you have compared Adam and Danīs blasters with a Coyle one?.

Thanks


I can't speak for the video but I can speak for when I held Adam's and the magazine is a genuine Steyr and not metal.

The Coyle I had didn't have a steel magazine so based on the versions I have owned, the Sid is heavier than the Coyle as well.

Regards,
MARK
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 21, 2017 9:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Staar wrote:
gromenawer wrote:
Staar wrote:
gromenawer wrote:
I have a question about Adams Savageīs blaster.: is the ammo housing, and magazine clip made of metal?, it seems to me that it is. Does anybody know which metal is?.

I find it curious that even so Danīs blaster is much heavier as they say in the video, being this part made in plastic in the original prop.


No Adam's is not metal, its a genuine Steyr magazine. Although he thought it was heavier when he first picked it up he wasn't so sure in the end - they are very close.

When I picked up Dan's blaster the first thing I noticed was how much lighter it is vs the all metal Sidkit. Adam's - IMO - is not heavier than Dan's and its definitely not as heavy as the Sid.


In the video an the pictures it looked like metal.

Do you have compared Adam and Danīs blasters with a Coyle one?.

Thanks


I can't speak for the video but I can speak for when I held Adam's and the magazine is a genuine Steyr and not metal.

The Coyle I had didn't have a steel magazine so based on the versions I have owned, the Sid is heavier than the Coyle as well.

Regards,
MARK


Thanks for your answer, iīve heard that Coyle was hevier than Sidīs blaster so i was wrong.

Regards
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 21, 2017 9:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

gromenawer wrote:
Staar wrote:
gromenawer wrote:
Staar wrote:
gromenawer wrote:
I have a question about Adams Savageīs blaster.: is the ammo housing, and magazine clip made of metal?, it seems to me that it is. Does anybody know which metal is?.

I find it curious that even so Danīs blaster is much heavier as they say in the video, being this part made in plastic in the original prop.


No Adam's is not metal, its a genuine Steyr magazine. Although he thought it was heavier when he first picked it up he wasn't so sure in the end - they are very close.

When I picked up Dan's blaster the first thing I noticed was how much lighter it is vs the all metal Sidkit. Adam's - IMO - is not heavier than Dan's and its definitely not as heavy as the Sid.



In the video an the pictures it looked like metal.

Do you have compared Adam and Danīs blasters with a Coyle one?.

Thanks


I can't speak for the video but I can speak for when I held Adam's and the magazine is a genuine Steyr and not metal.

The Coyle I had didn't have a steel magazine so based on the versions I have owned, the Sid is heavier than the Coyle as well.

Regards,
MARK


Thanks for your answer, iīve heard that Coyle was hevier than Sidīs blaster so i was wrong.

Regards


Not necessarily. I can't recall if Rich made a blaster with a metal magazine and if he did then you might be correct. My comment as stated was regarding my own blasters and my Coyle didn't have a steel magazine.
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