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#1 Bolanga24

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Posted 25 February 2004 - 02:01 AM

Ok, recently I read a post (I don't know who posted it) that talked about the tek ten and I remember someone saying that they had single barreled theirs, and now I can't find the post anywhere. Does anyone remember who posted this? Has anyone read this? It may have been on a different website, I'm not really sure.
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#2 uche-uche

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Posted 25 February 2004 - 05:19 PM

I posted it and tell me what you need to know. I'll be happy to help ^_^
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#3 Bolanga24

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Posted 26 February 2004 - 12:28 AM

I wanted to know how you did it, or if you could tell me where your post is if you already explained it there. Thanks alot.
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#4 uche-uche

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Posted 26 February 2004 - 04:47 PM

Ok, the first step is to open up the gun, there are no hidden screws but mine took a little bit of prying to get open.Ok when you open it some things will probably pop out so dont lose because if you do you are screwed.Now that it is open you can discard the rotating barrel if you are going to follow this mod. You can see that the spring is nice but you may stretch it if you wish(i however did not). Pull the spring and the plunger tube out and you will see the small nub sticking out you can leave it or cut it off.Then take 6-8" of whatever pipe you are going to use, put some hot glue or epoxy on the bottom of the tube,and stick it on there,. Then quickly put some around the outside of the tubing to help it stay. Hold it striaght until it dries them wrap some electrical tape and/or duct tape around it to support it. Now that the barrel is on you can try to put it back in the case ,but it wont fit because of the plastic sticking out on the shell. Pull all of the stuff out of the way and then place your plunger and everything into the right place.You may want some support for the front of the gun but you can try whatever you want, I used that foam tape .It could take a while because this is not the most simple gun to put back together, but make sure you put the spring on at the top of the gun so you will be able to cock it back.Once you have put it back together you are all done. Congratulations you have just modded your Tek Ten. :wacko:
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Posted 26 February 2004 - 11:27 PM

I'm curious, what made you decide to single barrel it? With both the NF and TTG easily accesible as sturdy, reliable single shot weapons, why take a gun with the main advantages of high ROF and multiple barrels? Personally I've purchased all of the Tek series as I think they are awesome (even the Twin Tek, though I'm less enthused about them.) I plan on modding the Tek Ten, but by doing multi-barrels using PTEG. So what made you single barrel?
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#6 uche-uche

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Posted 26 February 2004 - 11:58 PM

I single barreled it because the rotation mechanism doesnt work with the extra weight. Also I drilled a larger hole in the bottom of the barrel which made the seal horrible so you can try a different way if you want to that is just the way i did it.
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#7 Bolanga24

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Posted 27 February 2004 - 07:23 PM

Thanks, I think I'm gonna brass it tonight. Also, I think I remember you saying that you got a good 60 ft. with the mod, is that right or not?
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#8 uche-uche

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Posted 27 February 2004 - 08:24 PM

Yeah I got a good 55-65ft with a 8 inch cpvc barrel so you might want to use brass and us around 8-12inch barrel. Good luck and report back to me

Edited by uche-uche, 27 February 2004 - 08:25 PM.

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