Here's the gun, and a size comparison with a Maverick:
You push the little round button near the front, and the "gun" part of the gun comes out, like so:
It's just a small tube. There's an opening in the bottom where you can see the catch. This gun is perfect for integrations!
Let's open 'er up!
The first thing I noticed is that it's definitely not another re-shelled nite-finder. The plunger tube is smaller, and so is the spring, although the spring is fairly strong anyway. The seal in the plunger seems to be better that the NF, although that probably varies.
When I opened it up, I saw the barrel assembly, and thought "hey it's like an NF, I can just open it up and take out the air restrictor!" I was wrong. The damn thing's glued together.
So take your Pipe cutter, and cut here:
When you've cut it pretty deep, break it off. It shouldn't be too hard.
Then drill the AR out, being careful not to go too far:
and pull out the mangled AR and spring with some pliers:
You could probably open up that small hole a little, but I didn't.
Now glue your barrel back on (or put some brass/CPVC in that convenient new hole):
And tape up the hole in the barrel: (if you kept the stock barrel)
Put it back together and you're done. I didn't replace the spring or add to it, since the spring is stronger than any of the springs I had on hand that would fit.
With the stock barrel and stock spring, this gun hit 40's and 50's easily. xtremejumpy's heavily modded one hits 70's, and I was there to see it. These little guns have alot of power for something their size, and I'll be buying more soon to integrate into things.
Q's, C's, F's?
Edited by AssassinNF, 03 May 2009 - 05:06 PM.