- Disk Shot spring ( optional)
- Cpvc and Pvc coupler
- Hot glue
- Small spring for catch (only needed if you add a spring)
-Dremel, with sanding bit
Ok, so heres a picture of its stock internals
And heres a close up on the stock barrel,which you can see was never connected to the plunger to begin with.
Ok here is where I took a Pvc coupler and shoved a Cpvc coupler into it, so it will has a double coupler. After that I super glued the barrel there then added Epoxy puddy as seen here.
I dont have a picture of it but while that was drying, I wrapped the plunger head in E-tape and also added a Disk Shot spring for extra power. So here it is put back together.
And here is a picture showing where you need to dremel.(there used to be two walls in the front so I just sanded those down untill 1/2 inch PVC fit in there.
And thats it for the Write up. Now for the Results
Sunday, January 25. 12pm, the tempature was 26 degress fahrenheit with a wind chill of 14 degrees fahrenheit. All these shots were taken with a flat angle on pavement at a height of 5'7", with a 5" long Cpvc barrel and one 10" bungee. Here are the results...
Overall a good handgun for the minimal work required.
Difficulty out of ten: 4/10
Anyway...Questions, comments, flames?
Edited by BustaDartInYOurAss, 26 January 2009 - 10:25 AM.