-Hot glue gun and glue sticks
-Handyman #9713 spring
-1-2" PVC/CPVC coupler
-Duct tape (For attachments, will update later)
-A small philips head screwdriver
-A small ruler (Inches not centimeters)
-A fairly strong spring from a clicky pen
Lets Start with the barrel assembly, disassemble it and take the air restrictor, using your dremel/sandpaper and do this to it:
You should be able to fit 1/2" CPVC inside of the hole you dremeled out.
Now, take your hacksaw and cut a 3-4 inch piece of CPVC like so:
Note: we will be cutting this down to size later, so don't worry about specific size.
Now, smooth down and even out one side of the piece of CPVC like so:
Now wrap your e-tape around the bottom of the smoothed out piece of CPVC until it fits snugly inside the dremeled out air restrictor.
Push the CPVC until it sits flush with the rim of the air restrictor.
Apply a bit of hot glue around the top of the air restrictor to temporarily hold the CPVC in place:
Don't get too liberal with the hot glue seeing as how we will be removing that bit later.
Now quickly, I recommend you get your hot glue gun really hot and fill the canal between where you're piece of CPVC sits and where the air restrictor ring is:
Now, before the hot glue dries jam the whole assembly onto the plunger to dry:
Make sure you hold the whole thing upside down and tightly clench it together while it dries.
Now clean up the hot glue you previously globbed on:
Edited by Blasphemy, 30 November 2007 - 09:53 PM.