Now you should be able to unscrew and open your blaster
Step 1: Saw the barrel at the seam
Step 2: Put the tip of a small screwdriver in the hole where the barrel post used to be and you should be able to lever out the AR no problem.
Step 3: Now take your barrel material of choice and wrap some tape around it until it fits snugly in the barrel remains. Put some glue on the inside of the coupler then hammer it on gently.
Step 4: Put some glue or Goop on the top of the e-tape, to best avoid getting glue inside the tank, and twist the new barrel on. The coupler fits almost perfectly in the hole in the front of the gun, but I added a layer of e-tape just to make it more stable. Also, Glue the trigger spring to the trigger and to the white piece. I didn't think it would do much, put it seems like it adds quite a bit of power
Step 5: Reassembly. Wipe off all the grayish original lubricant and put in a few drops of mineral oil. Now put the back together and put some hot glue on the end cap and re-glue it on the end of the pump, just a few beads on the edge in case you have to open your blaster again, which you probably will. You can also plug your pump if you want, I did. If you do, use a max of 4 pumps
Ranges: Very good.
Edited by Blue, 28 February 2010 - 01:30 PM.