The conditions for the vids:
Outdoors in a quiet urban street in the city; minimal wind; the cones are measured out in 10 metre lengths; the first 5-6 shots were shot straight, while the rest of them were shot at an angle. We used the Rayven's 18 round clip, older and newer streamlines ( traditional, reds, camos and whites) and we tested it with new Duracells, and higher voltage trufires.
Vids after the jump.
Here's the Rayven CS-18 firing using standard Duracell batteries. Stock ranges are very similar to other Nerf blasters, hitting that 10-12 metre mark.
The Rayven CS-18 amped to 14 volts. About 25-28 metres if we were talking about consistent ranges. It did a few times clear the 40 metre mark, but like with weight training in the gym, I find I tend to like to see something do it more than just once:)
The Rayven CS-18 amped to 16 volts. Conservatively, we'd say 30 metres, but there were several times where we did cleared the 40 metre mark.