What you will need
Lot's of hot glue
Another Spring(I found that Maverick and LS Sidearm springs work best in addition to the stock spring).
1/2 inch CPVC
Okay, here's the gun.
The spring actually sounds pretty strong, I was expecting it to get 20-30 ranges stock, but instead it got about 5-10. This was because of the beast of and AR inside.
Now open it up. I could not get a picture of the internals because as soon as I opened two springs and an orange piece hit me in the face. It's very simple though.
First cut off the front part of the gun wright in front of the first ammo holder, like this(sorry for blurry pics my camera is having a mid-life crisis)
This is because we need to fit a barrel in there and the original hole is to small.
Next we will take a look at the Spring.
It's very similar to a NF spring, just a little weaker. I tried putting a NF spring in there but it would not fit inside the plunger chamber. So instead I put the original spring back in with an LS sidearm spring on the inside(this was really the only thing I had that would fit and I did not want it to be too strong and hard to pull).
Now lets replace the barrel. Cut off the entire stock barrel and break of the little black piece that jets out. Now sand down the head of the barrel.( I do not think I need a pick for this process in particular).
Now hot glue on your CPVC. It should look like this afterwards.
Now put it all back together. This is the hardest part because you have to hold the plunger chamber tight in with the catch and keep the trigger in place. E-tape, Duct Tape and hot glue do not work. My advice is to put the cocking mechanism inside the plunger rod before you put the shell on. This may take a few tries.
After you screw it all back together you will have to hot glue the front like so.
This is because if you do not it, when you fire the plunger chamber will come right out.
Here's the finished product
It's a pretty good gun, maybe for a sidearm, defiantly not a primary.
Questions, comments, flames? Feel free to post!
(Not the last one)
Edited by Scotch, 13 December 2007 - 07:44 PM.