Straight off the bat, the Guns Blazin mechanical mod looks and feels incredible! For the purposes of this review we’re using the 26650 version, purchased from Fasttech. Similar in appearance to another favourite of mine, the Panzer; the Guns Blazin mechanical mod gives a great first impression! So let’s dive right in and take a better look!
Features and Specification
- Made out of Stainless Steel and Brass
- Adjustable threaded 510 centre pin
- Copper contacts
- 8 battery vent holes on the main body
- Aluminium inner tube with 1 air hole
- Bottom spring loaded firing button with reverse threaded locking ring
- Powered by 1 x 18650 or 1 x 26650 battery
- Size: H105.5mm x D32.8mm x W32.8mm
- Weight: 336g
- Maximum Supported Battery Length: 67mm
- Knurled top and bottom caps
- Engraved logo and name
- Available colours – Silver
Design and Appearance
The Guns Blazin mechanical mod is extremely heavy and robust. The spring loaded firing button is adjustable, which reduces battery rattle, and is slightly wider than the main body but the same width as the top 510 cap. A reverse threaded locking ring stops the device from firing unintentionally. All in all, the device feels sturdy and solid in the hand. The 510 top connector is also adjustable and 5 machined grooves, cut into the 510 connector, allow for air flow improvement.
The Guns Blazin mechanical mod supports a maximum battery length of 67 mm and therefore does not allow the use of a “Kick” to be fitted. There’s a Stainless Steel inner tube included, which allows the use of 18650 batteries to be used if you prefer. In total, there are 3 pieces (including the top and bottom connectors) that make up this mod. In addition, 8 air holes in the main body of the mod (4 at the top and 4 at the bottom) allow for battery venting.
What can I say? The Guns Blazin mechanical mod does exactly what it’s designed to do! I’m running the Aspire Nautilus Mega with a single 0.5 ohm coil. The styling and size of the Nautilus is similar to the mod and it looks amazing! Not only that, it works a treat!
As with most mechanical mods, the locking ring for the fire button can sometimes get stuck if it’s screwed down too tight. A little silicone grease will keep the ring working smoothly.
Only one… This mod is so sleek and sexy, I took to sleeping with it nestled beside me. This of course got me swiftly ejected from the bed by my better half. All joking aside, the Guns Blazin mechanical mod worked flawlessly for me with zero faults or issues.
It’s easily possible to pick the Guns Blazin mechanical mod up for around £20, which is decent value for money in my opinion.
Overall, I’m really impressed with this mod. With such a decent size and weight, this thing should be registered as a lethal weapon! The design in particular really appeals to me and it’s a mod I would definitely recommend adding to your collection.
- Price – 9.0
- Appearance and design – 9.0
- Build quality/reliability – 9.0
- Performance/functionality – 9.0
- Looks good
- Can be used to defend off attackers!
- If larger, heavier mods don’t rock your world, the Guns Blazin mechanical mod might not be for you!
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