Anyways, here's your SpeedLoader.
Crack her open. The only weird part about this is that the pump handle is halved and each half is attached to it's side of the shell.
Now take out the plunger assmembly. You have to unscrew the two screws holding the chamber in, as seen in the picture.
Take apart the orange piece, it should split in half.
Now get some 1/2" PVC, and cut a 1/2" segment., Completely take off the orange piece, and then slide the PVC piece in behind the spring. Replace the orange piece and put the assembly back in.
Now take out the turret. Unscrew these two screws at the back.
Now cut the middle piece away from the barrel casing.
Keep all of that^. Now cut the stock barrels off. This is a long and grueling process if you don't have access to a bandsaw or something of the like (which I didn't). It should look something like this afterwards.
Now screw the middle piece back into the turret base, and make sure the insides of the middle piece look like this:
Screw it back in, and now cut eight 3" pieces of CPVC.
Now start glueing on your barrels. First put some Goop or epoxy down on the barrel stub.
Now put the barrel on and use some hotglue to secure it while the Goop dries.
Do that for the entire turret. The finished product.
Now we prepare the barrel sheeth. Cut off the top most part.
Now glue it down to the turret base. After it's glued put it back in.
Screw it back up and you're done!
I don't know ranges as of yet, but probably in the mid 50's. I'll try and get some up tomorrow.
Edited by OfAllTheNerf, 31 March 2008 - 07:36 PM.