|Loading a whistler dart into the Quick 6. So fly. :P|
A slightly more in depth look at how a user loads a dart into the ammo slot in a 'Quick 6'. (Every time I say 'Quick 6' I end up with the 'Fly like a G6' song in my head!) The mechanism actually reminds me of a magic trick.. read on and I'll explain:)
|The dart, pushed into the internal clip. Unprimed.|
|Down the chamber: Note that slider on the left|
|A little door slides over the side...|
|Primer cocked all the way back|
|Dart successfully "grabbed" into chamber|
Once the primer is cocked all the way back, the panel covers the ammo window completely. The door in the chamber covers the chambered dart, but you can see it's there. The slider on the left hand side is gripping the dart, presumably it'll push the dart into the correct position.
|With the whistler chambered, now the door just slides back into the chamber|
|Fully primed. The next dart is now awaiting chambering|
|Fully primed. Whistler is now in the chamber ready to go.|
Nifty! It's the same mechanism in the Quick 16 as well.