So, without further ado,
1/2 in. Sch 40 CPVC
Two 1/2 in. CPVC Couplers
One Sonic Bazooka
Ok, First take the gun and open it up. Set aside the pump. Take the airtank and hacksaw off the stock barrel, and then sand down the inside of the nub that is left over. Stick about a two inch peice of 19/32nds brass inside the nub of the airtank and hotglue it in. Then when the hotglue is dry, plumbers goop it. The brass shouldn't fit all the way inside of the nub though. just a little bit. Sand down the inside of the brass that is sticking out.
When you are finished with these steps here is what it should look like.
Then put one 1/2 inch CPVC couple on the airtank and goop it on. Then take a small segment of CPVC and hotglue that to the coupler, and then glue another coupler onto the CPVC. It should all be assembled so that the brass fits just under the top coupler, and the top coupler sticks about an inch out from the gun.
Done with that? Good. It should look like this.
You could stabilize the "coupler" with something like cardboard or something, but I chose not to. It is plenty solid.
Some finished pics
In the finished project I have a 6 in barrel, but thats not getting much range, so I would suggest a 5 or even 4 inch barrel, as the range get higher as you go down.
This mod could probably also be done with a BBBB or a LBB. Just differences in lengths.
Ranges: I used a 4 inch barrel, and 6 random stefans with 2 brass BBs as weights.
2 56 ft.
3 59 ft
4 61 ft
5 57 ft
6 60 ft
A little disappointed with the results, but oh well. An interesting blaster, and I like it.
I'd like to thank bamblack2000 for his complete understanding of my noobishness in our trading buisness.
Sorry for the blurry pictures, if you want any pics of specific parts or explanations I would be happy to oblige.
Questions? Comments? Flames?
Edited by Renegademilitia15, 20 November 2008 - 10:50 AM.