a pipe cutting device
a drill and a drill bit big enough for a screw
hot glue gin with hot glue
small extension spring from any nerf gun used to pull the cocking bar back
plastic from a plastic box
1" pvc coupler
1"to1/2" reducer bushing
First take your auto grip and take off the black wrist strap and undo all of the screws inside and out.
Then trim off all of the pieces on it.
(While trimming stuff off if you get a little hole in the plunger tube just seal it off with some hot glue but make sure it doesn't go to far into the plunger tube to interfere with the plunger movement.)
Then take a dremel to all of the stuff that isn't flush with the plunger tube. Also, sand down quite a bit of the end part so it will fit into the 1" pvc. Then sand away half of the guard around the trigger pin.
Then cut a 1.5" piece of 1/2" pvc.
Cut some cpvc to put into the pvc and make sure you have about 1" of cpvc sticking out for the coupler. Use some super glue to hold the coupler on.
Then cut a tube of 1" pvc about 5" long. Make sure it can have the coupler on and it will have some pvc up against the end of the plunger tube by the plunger rod.
Then put the plunger tube into the new case and hot glue around the end of the plunger tube so it won't move. Then add some hot glue to the back of the gun so it will hold better. Then put the coupler on and hot glue inside that. Then put the reducer bushing on and hot glue so you have an airtight seal and the air will go straight to the barrel.
Then take the 1/2" pvc/ 1/2"cpvc piece and put it into the reducer bushing.
Now take some 1" pvc and cut out your handle. Cut another piece as long as your handle and cut it in half the long way. Just like a snap handle. This is the hard part. Then make your trigger something like this. I made my trigger to be a super sensitive trigger.
(You only need two holes and not three like me, I only used the back extra long one.)
After you have done this cut out part of your handle so the trigger can fit and drill a hole for the screw to go through and hold the trigger in place. Then hot glue the extension spring to the gun and hot glue the handle into place.
I haven't gotten ranges because right now it is 12:30 A.M. but I am sure it is better than 60'.
Now go out and Nerf!
There was a bit of head wind maybe at the most of 5mph
77' Wind probably changed on this one.
I still need to find the correct barrel length though so remember that.
Edited by NerfCrazy, 17 July 2008 - 05:15 PM.