Stuff needed: 30 inches of PETG
10 inches of 17/32 brass
Buzz bee missile
Tools: Goop or glue of choice
Step one: Unscrew your gun.
Remove the turret, and unscrew the screws in the turret to remove the orange part. You won't need the orange portion.
Put 10 one inch stubs of 17/32 brass into the slots of the turret.
(This picture was taken on a camera I do not currently have access to and will be put up on Sunday night.)
Slide 3" segments of PETG on the 17/32nds brass, and glue them to ensure they will not move or fall out, and to make sure they are 100% airtight. I used a combo of epoxy putty and plumber's goop, but I highly recommend goop or epoxy. Hell, even hot glue would do the job. Edit: The chopped 4B missile is a barrel spacer.
So Now, we're mostly done. Put the turret back into the shell.
Completely optional: I added a crossfire spring because my local ace does not sell #49's.
Completely optional: I gooped the gray part that fills the hole in the back of the shell to one side of the shell because it was causing problems.
Completely optional: I cut the front handle off because it does nothing more than get in the way.
Close the gun up.
And now you're done. Mine is hitting 55 feet flat.
This mod is great for people who want to mod their DTB but have bigger darts.
I'll be testing this puppy tomorrow at a local war. I suspect with a seal improval and a plunger draw extension mod this could hit 75 feet.
This computer is funky, and I typed this in microsoft word. I'll try to fix any write-up technical problems I see.
Edit: fixed font issue.
Edited by 1337, 06 June 2009 - 02:27 PM.