Pry off the orange ring on the end of the barrel.
The internals look pretty simple.
Take out the firing system.
With a good twist the stock barrel should come off. We will work with the barrel later, for now it is time to deal with the flimsiness of the pumping handle.
The pumping handle is the epitome of weak handles. Ten pumps in and it snapped off.
(if broken) Epoxy handle back to rod and drill a hole strait through the bottom screw hole, and two holes in the rod.
Thread two zip ties through the holes as shown in the picture.
Pull the plunger out of the air chamber and don’t let it touch fabric. (It is slathered in some sort of gel).
There is a hole on the front of the plunger, fill this hole with hot glue.
The barrel setup should be like this.
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Rig a trigger setup like the one shown. The string ties to the red piece and is threaded through a washer and attached to a key ring. When the key ring is pulled, the gun fires.
A close up of the washer.
Now, to make this gun look like a large pistol, we need to move the whole firing system up. The internals will look like this. All of his needs to go save for a few screw holes.
This is what it should look like when gutted.
Remove any parts you need for the firing system to fit. Place it at a point where the new trigger is where the stock trigger used to be. Put the gun together and saw the Bazooka shell off up to the third orange bar. The finished product will look like this.
Looking down barrel.
I named this gun the Samaritan after watching Hellboy and seeing his huge pistol called the Samaritan.
Questions? Comments? Feel free to post them.
A side of nerf
Edited by A side of nerf, 06 August 2008 - 06:36 PM.