||Reservoir Capacity||2400 mL|
||Shots Per Tank|
|Typical eBay Price||
||Pumps Until Full|
||Dimensions||29 in. L x 7 in. W|
|Nozzle||Level Range||Angled Range||Average Output||Shot Time|
|Fan Blast||ft||25 ft||oz/s||s|
I've had this blaster a little over eight months and I think it's great. I originally bought it because I thought that my XP 310 was lost and because I found out that a XP 310 couldn't hold out against a CPS 3200. A little bit about the design of the Monster. It has a color scheme similar to that of the Monster XL's color scheme. It has four nozzle settings, a 2.5X, 4X, 8.5X, and a Fan Blast. It is 29 inches (73.66 cm) long and 7 inches (17.78 cm) wide.
The first time I used/tested the Monster, it took a while to get used to the handle, the strap, and the weight. I just wasn't ready for the handle. The strap was too small and hard to get on. I modified it though. The weight is simply something you have to get used to when switching from a four-pound blaster to an eight-pound blaster. I have only made one modification so far. I changed the strap. I went out to Wal-Mart and bought a utility strap for $1.78 U.S. Now the strap is more comfortable, fits better, and doesn't have those orange clips or the yellow writing. The next things I will probably do are either paint it or buy some camouflage for it.
All in all, it's a very handy weapon and gets a lot of use in battle. I recommend this weapon to anyone who wants monster power in a CPS sized package.
The Monster could pass as a heavy cannon, but fits more perfectly as a medium cannon. The Monster is also rather heavy, and it may require escorts in order to insure that it gets to it's designation safely. A good tactic to use the Monster for is have lightly armed troops (CPS 1700 and below) to suddenly blitz your enemies and then have the troop armed with the Monster (and all of the other heavier weapons [CPS 2000 and up]) run in and take pot shots over the lighter troops heads. These are very successful tactics.
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