Step #1: Cut the peg at the place where it widens.
Step #2: Wrap E-tape around the peg until your barrel material of choice fits snugly
Step #3: Carefully remove the plastic part of the tail from the tubing and tape the barrel to something stable
Warning: putting this gun back together is very hard!
Step #4: Open up the gun and flare out the plunger head and add lubricant.
Internals. Putting it back together involved taping the catch spring in place so it couldn't pop out and taping the plunger rod in its grooves, otherwise it wont work. Close the gun up and get the tape out from the plunger rod very carefully by opening the front end of the gun minimally . Screw it back together and you're done.
I hold the nitefinder in my right hand and the scorpion in my left. Cocking the guns are a bit awkward because one's in front and the other is in back, but its not too bad
Ranges are flat shots outdoors:
I used a very tight barrel material (the darts have to be twisted in) but its easy to load.
Edited by Blue, 19 January 2009 - 08:37 PM.