Lee's Modded Blaster! Yellow TSG w/ Triple Sector Gears 🔥 🔥 🔥
Lee's Modded Blaster! Yellow TSG w/ Triple Sector Gears 😎
This week we check out Lee's Yellow TSG! This is one of only a small number of working TSG's in the Gel Ball World. Lee goes into detail about what makes this blaster work, takes it to the field and runs it through the Chrono and a 10-meter accuracy test!
Lee is actually still in the process of building this blaster so this is definitely a lucky sneak peak for what's to come! This blaster has a full round-up construction, keep reading to see the exclusive details on this beast!
- Primal Tech Armoury Amplifier
- Retro Arms Front Hand Guard
- TLR Flash Light
- Trijicon Sight
- Retro Arms Skeleton Receiver
- Metal Buffer Tube
- Nylon SBA 3-Style Rear Stock
- Amoeba Pistol Grip
- Retro Arms V2 Style Gel Ball Gearbox
- Well T Piece
- SHS Piston
- M170 Spring
- Triple Sector Gear from Shape Ways
- SHS 18/1 Beval and Sper Gear
- Custom Made Franken Torque Motor
- SHS Tappet Plate
- Perun Optical Mosfet
- SHS Selector
- Retro Arms Trigger
- Retro Arms Fire Selector
- Retro Arms Mag Release
- Retro Arms Bolt Release
- Primal Tech Inner Barrel
To see how this blaster of Lee's shoots through the chrono, watch his video from 4:44.
Normally, as you guys know, we rate each blaster in a review out of 10 for looks, firepower, modability, and durability. However, Lee completely modified this blaster, so it's clearly a 10/10 across the categories! Although it isn't completely done just yet, this is definitely an awesome blaster.
One of Lee's techs referred to this one as a "Flex Build" and we couldn't agree more! This is a great project Lee has started on to test himself. TSG's are new in the world of modifying and 'tech-ing' across Airsoft and Gel Ball. As a challenging build, Lee says - get into it at your own risk!
PLEASE REMEMBER: STOP & THINK
Always be smart when carrying a gel blaster in public. Don’t forget to KEEP THEM BAGGED when travelling from events or anywhere outside of your home. Always use eye protection and be safe! We want blasters to be around long-term so make sure you’re doing the right thing.