-1 ft of17/32 brass
-Hot glue gun
-A tool to cut brass (dremel)
Here is one of the guns completely stock:
First open it up:
After this there is a semi-hidden screw right here:
Here is the op vavle, you can hot glue it or cover it with tape:
Next, take out the air restrictor's and the peg which are here:
You take out the ar's and peg by removing the screw that was previously shown. Removing the screw, took off the stock orange barrels. This is what it looks like with the ar's/peg in and no stock barrels on:
Don't forget to take out the springs too!
Now cut your brass into four 4 inch sections like so:
After this, hot glue them inside of the gray part of the gun. This was where the stock barrels was on. Now reasemble your gun with the new barrels. It should look like this when done.
This is a very simple and easy mod that gets good ranges. My barrels are slanted downwards, however, which made the results less. Not to mention the fact it's 45 degrees and rainy in Washington. Ranges were roughly 55-65 ft flat with 15 pumps. I'm definently going to do this mod to my other gun, as well as integrate these into something spectacular. Hope you liked it!
Questions, Comments, Flames?
Edited by ChiliPepperFender, 15 April 2008 - 09:14 PM.