These are the materials that are required.
1. Big Salvo
3. Pipe Cutter
4. 10' Of 1/2" CPVC
5. Sanding Bit For Dremel
7. 1/2" CPVC Coupler
8. 1/2" CPVC Elbow (In the picture it's a PVC because I ran out of them)
10. Screwdrivers that fit the different sized screws
11. Hot Glue Gun (not pictured)
The first thing you want to do if you haven't done it already is to snap of the original four black barrels. I do not have a picture of this but I basically snapped it off before I took the gun apart.
The next step is to take the gun apart. Do this by unscrewing the screws outside of the shell. There is no prying that you need to do. After you get the screws out take the two shells apart.
Now you will need to take the trigger out. Do this by unscrewing the screws highlighted in green in this photo.
To get the trigger out pull it straight out and make sure the O-Ring is still attached.
Now pull out three of the four air tanks. The one that you don't pull out is screwed in so you have to unscrew these highlighted screws.
Pull out the blue piece of plastic that was holding it in and then pull out the air tank. Pull the pump out and the internals out of the gun minus the trigger should look like this but ignore the couplers.
Now take your four couplers and your four air tanks and epoxy one coupler onto each air tank. I did this by putting the epoxy into a plastic plate and then mixed and spread it with a cue tip.
While it dries you should start cutting the barrels. My one piece CPVC barrels are 11" long. I cut them with a pipe cutter and then sanded them down.
Now to make the Y shaped barrel you should follow this excellent guide to make the barrel and just the barrel http://nerfhaven.com...wtopic=7576&hl= and it will look like this.
You probably figured out that the coupler won't fit in the stock barrel holes so take the Dremel and the sanding drumb and start to sand out the four holes. (Don't accidentally sand the pump hole)
Edited by Foam_Shooter, 28 October 2007 - 05:59 PM.