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60 foot ranges with stock darts.

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#1 Elwood

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Posted 26 April 2009 - 01:27 PM

So, I seriously suck at intro's. Here we go.
Materials Needed:
E-Tape
Crayola Barrel
Hot Glue
Spray paint (optional)
Painters tape.
So, start by putting this piece in a clamp. (Not like I did, that looks retarded. Don't know why I put it like that ).
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Cut it right here, with a dremel or a knife, I just used the knife to show where.
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Here's what it should look like.
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Take this crayola barrel and cut it down, sand out the grooves on the inside, and wrap it in a couple of layer of e-tape until you have to jam that thing in the BBB front barrel assembly hole. Wow that sentance was a mouthful.
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Now, at the end, fill in the dead space. I know this is a shitty picture of it.
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Jam the barrel in, apply the adheisive, I used hot glue. Epoxy and plumber's goop are almost unavailable to me.
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Painter's tape it up, give it a shitty painjob like this.
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Painter's tape a name up there, use a contrasting colour on it.

Here we go.
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Ranges:
I added a NF spring, with stock taggers I'm getting about 50-60 feet.

Edited by Elwood, 26 April 2009 - 01:28 PM.

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QUOTE(JATDO @ Jun 15 2009, 07:19 PM) View Post

I know someone has put a BBBB in the rear.


#2 flyingchicken

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Posted 26 April 2009 - 01:35 PM

Interesting, but this mod has been done plenty of times.
Some suggestions:
-jam the barrel farther down the front piece, so there is less dead space
-if you think the spring combination might be too strong, add some reinforcement to the plunger head

I like the name though. :blink:
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#3 PointBlank

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Posted 26 April 2009 - 02:01 PM

I think many people over look the greatness of crayola barrels. They are cheep, easy, and because of their fast re-load times, awesome in indoor wars. Although this has been don plenty of times, it is still great to see more writeups being posted. Also, nice paint job.
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Posted 26 April 2009 - 03:15 PM

Really not bad. Despite this being a common mod, it's still not as common as it should be. Clear write up, decent pictures, and a good end result over all.

I have a question though. Why'd you re-paint a red gun? Or did you start with an old BBB?
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QUOTE(Hipponater @ Oct 7 2009, 05:34 PM) View Post

If it feels hard to pump, stop.


#5 Elwood

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Posted 26 April 2009 - 03:25 PM

Interesting, but this mod has been done plenty of times.
Some suggestions:
-jam the barrel farther down the front piece, so there is less dead space
-if you think the spring combination might be too strong, add some reinforcement to the plunger head

I like the name though. :lol:


Thanks. I'll be sure to add reinforcement.

I think many people over look the greatness of crayola barrels. They are cheep, easy, and because of their fast re-load times, awesome in indoor wars. Although this has been don plenty of times, it is still great to see more writeups being posted. Also, nice paint job.

Agreed.

Really not bad. Despite this being a common mod, it's still not as common as it should be. Clear write up, decent pictures, and a good end result over all.

I have a question though. Why'd you re-paint a red gun? Or did you start with an old BBB?

Yeah, I used the old BBB.
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QUOTE(JATDO @ Jun 15 2009, 07:19 PM) View Post

I know someone has put a BBBB in the rear.



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