|Bob Long BLAST - Bob Long Action Sports Technologies|
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|05-28-2019, 10:12 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: Southern California
Considered rare at this time. Not many used up for sale, and no new ones being made. Good shooter, feels good in the hands. Just a solid alternative to snipers.
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|05-29-2019, 08:29 AM||#4 (permalink)|
Good shooting and lightweight. Comes in neat colors.
|05-29-2019, 09:01 AM||#6 (permalink)|
It's an inline poppit.... More akin to the nightmare/cobras.
Advantage.... Very smooth but also very farty(valve bounce) with out tweaks.
Loved mine but between the bark it had and annoying tendency to come loose and blow the oring out that fed gas to the valve I sold it off. Biggest issue was the frame screws were tiny and to tighten them I always felt I'd strip them.
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|05-29-2019, 09:51 AM||#7 (permalink)|
Chuck E Ducky
The PVN modified ones bring a lot. The MVP had issues on inception that turned a lot of people off to them. Paul figured out what Blast couldn’t. He adjusted a bunch of parts changing cocking points springs weights and really made the MVP what it should have been from the factory.
I owned a stock MVP when they first came out ended up selling it. It was finicky but shot great when it worked. Crazy hammer bounce and was loud. I had issues with the grip frame loosening and blowing out seals between the body and frame. AT cam would skip. It just didn’t feel like a $800 marker. Especially coming from a CCM.
I came back to the MVP after I shot a modified one. There are several different people that tried to get the MVP right. Honestly Paul (PVN) was the only one that got it right. After the mod the AT works without skipping marker is super quiet and everything operates like it should. Best way to describe it is it’s as if you took a Phantom and made it feel like a CCM. It’s been a good reliable shooter so far. Since they aren’t making them anymore figured it wouldn’t be a bad marker to pick up. I enjoy shooting it. It feels great in the hand, pump stroke is butter smooth and it has the same shot picture that I love about the phantom. They are unique and you don’t see many so people always ask about it. Some pump guys don’t even know what it is. I like it.
IMO unmodified I would stay away. But modified they shoot great.
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|05-29-2019, 03:23 PM||#10 (permalink)|
HI = A Pumper's Paradise
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Anybody gots to sell:
-CCM S5 Vert ASA (any color)
-CCM 3-way (silver)
-Line SI Bushmaster Pointman handle
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