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#1 Lucian

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Posted 28 September 2008 - 11:31 PM

All I did was remove the Air Restrictorís since I only Nerf with the intention of playing indoors, and I thought flamebo388ís write up was in need of pictures and was a bit Vague.

Step one------ Open up you gun, the screws are all the same except on the Slide. Although the placement of those two should be known once you take them out.

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Step two------ Now that you Dart Tag gun is open, gently take out the barrel, and place the end of it on the side for later.

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Step three------ Notice those 5 screws on the black side of the barrel, remove them and take out the Air Restrictors

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Step four------ Now with a Dremel, Hot-knife, or Needle-nose pliers (which is what I chose to do, with this particular gun, whatever floats your boat) remove the post and the inner part of the A.R.

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Step five------ Put the A.R.ís back in the barrel and put the five screws back in. Then place the barrel assembly back in the gun.

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Step six------ Next, put the shell back together, and proceed to put all the screws in, including the ones on the slide.

Step seven------ Now, give her a test shot and enjoy your results



This write up only covers Air Restrictor Removal, feel free to insert a new spring and other crazy modifications, or even re-barrel it. I did this so there would be an updated write up for this, since flamebo388ís write up had dead pictures and was vague in some areaís, since I wrote this for beginners and others of an intermediate level.

I would like to thank Flamebo388 for the initial mod, and reason to make this write up. And Pvt.McFlurry for proof reading this and criticizing it.

P.s I have no clue why the pics are so low quality, when I uploaded them they lost their quality
~Lucian

Edited by Lucian, 30 September 2008 - 10:23 PM.

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Posted 29 September 2008 - 12:28 AM

Good, clean write up. Even if you Nerf indoors I would reccomend doing barrel replacements, as that will practically eliminate dart drop in an indoor environment.
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Posted 29 September 2008 - 12:36 AM

Thanks, I could replace the barrel, but I just dont want to put $10+ of Brass into it and I pefer using mega darts so all I have are stock darts for it. And my new kittens destroyed all my 1/2" FBR
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Posted 29 September 2008 - 12:47 AM

Thanks, I could replace the barrel, but I just dont want to put $10+ of Brass into it and I pefer using mega darts so all I have are stock darts for it. And my new kittens destroyed all my 1/2" FBR


How do megas fit in the stock barrels?
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Posted 29 September 2008 - 01:11 AM

They dont, I am just saying since I cant use Megas, all I have are stock 1/2" darts so I am not going to bother rebarreling this gun, plus its a loaner
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