Rc Shooting Robots
RC Shooting robots are one of the most popular kinds of robots out there today. If you are into combat RC robots, you know how much fun it is to compete with your RC shooting robot against others. Whether in competition or in your own backyard, RC shooting robots can take your afternoon to a whole new level.
It is exciting to hear the crowd cheer when your robot shoots on target and beats your opponent robot. In order to have much fun while using your shooting robots, you need to buy the right shooting robot for you. The right robot can mean the difference between playing & building RC shooting robots for the rest of your life and shifting to something like fixing cars for a hobby.
There are two kinds of RC shooting robots that are used in competitions - Floor shooters & ranged shooters.
Floor shooters are the kinds that can shoot and hit targets over a larger distance. They are also known as range shooters, perimeter shooters or distant shooters, for their ability to power ammunition through. There are a number of shooting mechanisms, on RC shooting robots, which can account for your selection decision.
There are mechanisms such as spinning discs that are shot out of curved tracks. Some RC shooting robots have a camera attached, to help you target your victims better while others are known to have gun turrets that lock onto their targets.
Favourites during Robo-Wars and other similar competition formats, these robots use a variety of objects as their projectiles. One is a spinning disc, which is used as a projectile that slices through other robots. While the damage might not be anything serious, it can wreak havoc by ripping apart wheels, wires and other parts.
Using heavy solid blocks of metal, with sharp tips, gives an almost "spear-like" quality to the ammunition.
The other kinds of RC shooting robots are those that require a higher platform to shoot at targets. This is because their shooting is based on a simple projectile action. The projectiles are usually in the form of balls that are propelled forth with a cup- or claw-shaped holder. The holder is pulled back and released with a spring-mechanism, controlled.
To increase the range, they need to be placed at a higher place. This means that these kinds of RC shooting robots have to be placed at high spots to begin with. That or it has to be driven up to the position where it can be placed onto a ramp. Either way, there is always that slight danger that it may slide off and undo any hard work you may done to build it.
Competing with others can be fun but you'll need to build a model that can get into that action and survive it. While the whole point of RC shooting robots is to fight with others, it needs to survive the entire battle.
Building a RC shooting robot means to go to an RC store, finding the right parts and putting them together in your workshop. It will take a considerable amount of time and effort to put them together however once you're there, there is no limit to the excitement & satisfaction you derive from these RC shooting robots.
Whether you choose to build one from scratch or simply buy an RC robot and improvise, your world will never be complete without one of those fantastic RC shooting robots in your armoury.