Take a 3 in. peice of 17/32 K&S, and a 1/2 PVC coupler. Wrap brass in electrical tape and shove it in the coupler with 2 inches inside the coupler, like this kinda.
Then saw off the stock barrel up to the part of the barrel constriction. Shove the brass in there with a bit of electrical tape or glue.
You guys know the rest. I know every last one of you could draw the internals of a Lockerload from memory, so put it back together. Mine needed much filing, but a dremel could probably make short work of the job.
Then take PVC and 6 inches of 9/16 brass, and put the brass into the pvc.
Don't have ranges, as it's too cold to go outside and measure, but I think it's significantly better than the ordinary brass lockerload.
I stuck mine on a Max Shot for kicks.
Edited by Chrysophylax, 31 January 2004 - 12:12 PM.