First, if your break is near were mine is (at the plunger head), clip off the four tabs around the shaft that still remains on the plunger head.
Take a piece of wire about roughly the size of the twist ties that the gun is packaged in (which is actually what I used, worked great) and insert it into the long end of the plunger (the plunger it hollow).
Take roughly 6 inches of cpvc and slide it onto the long end of the plunger. Then glue the two ends of the plunger together (with super glue), while making sure the cpvc stays on the plunger.
Let that dry a couple minutes, then take your hotglue gun and glue the living hell out of the plunger with it. Make sure to get the plunger head a good bit as well. Once you have it good and gunked up, slide the cpvc over it, compress and give it time to dry. Really, the super glue alone would have held for a good while, but this is just an insane reinforcement (you might argue that it's not because it'sonly hotglue, but it pretty much became one solid piece with the plunger).
Add springs, and YOUR DONE.
This has been done for over a week now and has been shot over 200 times, with no sings of weakening at all. It has the stock and LS springs in it.
Edited by ice, 10 January 2009 - 08:39 AM.