Here it is.
Gigantic draw length.
After a quick look-over, I found this at the back.
If you block the barrel, it vents the airs through these holes (and the foam underneath it). Cut a piece of craft foam that will fit over it.
The foam isn't going to be the only thing blocking it, but I assure you it's pretty airtight. Try blowing through it. Anyways, now goop up the holes.
Place the craft foam piece over it, and wipe off the excess.
Now we just need to make a new barrel; it originally shot shitty missiles. Cut off the barrel close to the green plastic.
Wrap some CPVC in e-tape so it fit's snugly, but leave some without tape on it sticking out the front. Alternatively you could leave more of the original barrel on, and wrap a CPVC coupler in etape (and glue it in). Glue the stub in and then a CPVC coupler over it. After this let everything dry.
Let everything dry, and you're done. Like it states, it is actually just a cardboard tube for the plunger chamber. Here's a pic of when I cut it off, hoping to improve the seal. It is actually perfect (the seal) and it is actually carboard.
Finished product (I had to duct tape the plunger back together; I wasn't going to waste anything else on this thing).
After range testing with 6, 8, and 12" barrels, the 6" getting the best range, I only got about 50' consistently, and about 65' if I really pushed it. It maxes out at 70', no matter how hard I try.
In short, don't but this piece of cardobard for $10, I just bought it because... Well I don't really know why.
Edited by OfAllTheNerf, 13 April 2008 - 08:05 PM.