Posted 11 August 2008 - 12:43 PM
Alright, enough talk. Lets Rock.
Step One: After opening it, take out the plunger and catch assemblies. Then you should see a nub on the end of one of the lines of plastic where the spring normally is.(This nub is on BOTH SIDES!) Like this:
Step Two: Sand this small nub away. Make sure you get the nub on the other side as well. When you are done, it should look like this:
Step Three: Take a crayola marker and cut off about an inch from the tip of the writing end. Keep this. Throw the rest away. Wrap the narrowed end in a few layers of electrical tape. Like this:
Step Four: Wrap the other end of your marker piece in a few layers of E-tape as well. Then, take your piece of marker, put a little glue of your choice on the flat end, and shove it into the end of a three inch piece of PVC pipe. It should be snug but the electrical tape should not be deforming when you push the marker in. It should look like this:
Step Five: Take the barrel piece from the scout and apply a little glue to the inside edge. Take your PVC/marker piece and push it inside of the stock barrel. It should look like this:
Step Six: Run a bead of hot glue around the joint. IMPORTANT: Nest your stock spring inside a Maverick spring before replacing putting everything back in place. Then wrap a layer or two of e-tape around it for security. Screw it all together and it should look like this:
Now you're done and it should be shooting better than ever assuming I'm right. Questions, Comments, anything you want to say?
Wait a second? a Canadian National team... just won at Hockey!?
who would have ever seen that coming?
Posted 11 August 2008 - 01:00 PM
Posted 11 August 2008 - 02:17 PM
Anyways, creative to say the least. I would recommend just doing a normal barrel replacement (or my scout mod, which I still think to be the best I've seen ) if you want to shoot stefans.... or stock darts, since the barrel doesn't need to be longer than 3 inches.
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