It's like a mirror..yet not.
The main appeal of the Barricade RV-10 (the upcoming worst-kept-secret-ever blaster), is the fact it is a hand held semi-automatic blaster that can shoot a decent 10 rounds without requiring any priming. This in turn lends itself to the muchas desirable dual wielding John Woo movie style, which is just a crazy fan favourite amongst.. well pretty much everyone.
The main disadvantage of the Barricade RV-10 is the ridiculous noise that comes from the electric flywheel firing mechanism.
Now.. comes the test we've all been waiting for..how does it feel dual wielding TWO Barricade RV-10s?
Barricade's are pretty light; they're a bit clumsy to hold and aren't uber comfortable but they're not heavy and unwieldy, so dual wielding isn't a problem. The biggest issue is the fact the on/off switch is on the left hand side of the blaster, made for a right hander to be able to switch on with their thumb. For a left hander, you'd have to use your index finger; and if you're a right hander but using the Barricade in your left hand.. you'll probably feel like a goober flicking the switch.
The trigger however feels pretty easy to fire with your weak hand, and I found accuracy isn't too bad either:)
|I like my blasters to match:)|
However if we're talking about using two of the SAME blaster; the Barricade is pretty good. I found I could jump around easily without having to worry about putting scratches and dents in the walls (like I did with the Stampede)
|Ugh.. flywheels in stereo!!|
Surprisingly, the noise from TWO Barricades isn't that bad; they sort of drown each other out so it's no more irritating than just having one activated. Opponents are going to hear you with one blaster anyway, so having another won't really change the equation; ACTUALLY to the untrained ear you can't even tell if it is one or two Barricades from the noise alone so that might prove to be a tactical advantage? No? Yeah probably not:P