Ok first off what you want to do is open the gun up and remove the plunger tube, it looks just like a piece of thin walled PVC (not sure on the size though). Then remove the plunger rod and remove the brown latch thing on it. Then add a spring/springs to it. Mine has a Longshot spring added to the stock spring.
Then at the top of the plunger tube remove the hug ass ball shooter and just through it away, you won’t need it at all. Then take off the brown funnel that was underneath that. Next saw a CPVC coupler half way then hot glue around the coupler and shove that in the back of brown funnel piece.
Then just take a ½ PVC coupler and hot glue that on the top of the brown funnel like so, , I then wrapped it in E-tape.
Now since you have to reinforce the trigger with spring. So what we got the catch spring and the little spring from the orange nub in the back of a Longshot front gun and put that behind the trigger as well and getting a spring from I think a strikefire and glue that under the trigger.
When it was assembeled it was really damn loud so I decided it needed to be silenced.
Also added foam to the plunger cap.
So after that’s all done you should have a really good Pump action shotgun. Since it has PVC and CPVC coupler is can accept any kind of barrel now! The ranges are about 100 feet; it is very cold where I live now so in the summer it would do much better. I will have ranges in about 2 hours.
Questions, comment, suggestions? Just tell me what you think.
RANGES: (NOTE, all my range were done flat with 1/4 steel slingshot weights)
62 ft, Really shitty dart.
Edited by Icespartan_1114, 09 December 2008 - 08:32 AM.