First, open up your gun. There are no hidden screws or anything, just unscrew what you can see and the shell comes right off.
The first thing I did was wrap the plunger head in electrical tape and silicone spray lube it.
I decide to single (if considered that) it, due to some air problems. So use some Goop and secure the PETG barrel onto the front of the plunger tube. I also drilled the small hole out to become larger to increase airflow, but I forgot to take a picture. Secure this down with hot glue.
I also added a ammo holder. As you can see in the picture, I originally attempted to keep this as a functional barrel, but I broke an important piece. That little orange piece doesn't need to be there, I just didn't see how it would be in the way.
And this is how the internals all finished should be
Then screw the other shell on and you're good to go!
Ranges aren't as good as FA_24's, but I didn't replace the spring...
Questions, comments, or flames?
Sorry about the weird picture sizes, I don't know how to re-size all my Photobucket pictures as once to a single size.
Edited by Coop, 09 September 2008 - 03:26 PM.