After opening it up and taking a look at the spring setup and trigger mechanism, I figured I didnít need to add anything here. The plunger is a nice size and the stock plunger is not bad at all. Besides adding an additional spring may mess with the cocking action (See YouTube Video).
So take off the front barrel assembly, the plunger rotates on this gun while the turret is stationary. Separate the two pieces of the turret.
Remove the pegs; they didnít do anything with air restrictors back in the day. Just a quick twist with pliers and they slide right out.
Get your favorite barrel material (I'm using .602 kitespar fiberglass rod) and prep it. I had to sand mine down a little for a snug fit.
Goop your new barrels to the back plate of the turret and slide the two turret pieces back together.
Reassemble. Take video of test firing.
Range, Iím getting around 45í. Very easy guns to duel wield.
Edited by nerkum, 25 March 2009 - 08:30 PM.