2 1/2" of 17/32 brass.
Different sized drill bits.
Phillips head screwdriver.
15/16" I.D. 1" O.D. Pipe.
1/2 CPVC coupler.
Hot glue sticks.
Hot glue gun.
First off here is the final product.
Start with the stock gun.
Open it up, and you see the internals.
Here is the trigger assembly, (with pen spring).
Here is the plunger assembly.
Step 1: Take a small drill bit, and drill out the peg through the back of the plunger tube.
Step 2: Take a much larger drill bit and drill out the rest through the bigger hole in the plunger tube.
Step 3: Punch out the rest, (if there is any) with a screwdriver.
Step 4: Hammer in the 2 1/2" peice of 17/32 brass.
This is what it should look like.
Step 5: Take your 15/16" I.D. 1" O.D. Pipe and cut it down to 4".
Step 6: EDIT: Cut off the back of the slider bar, which unfortunately leaves only one screw hole.
Step 7: Take your CPVC coupler and FILL it with hot glue.
Step 8: Hot glue the coupler into your 15/16" I.D. 1" O.D. Pipe.
EDIT: Step 9 1/2: Wrap E-tape around the plunger tube, similar to what you would do to a recon.
Step 9: Place your crossfire spring in the 15/16" I.D. 1" O.D. Pipe.
Step 10: Replace catch spring with pen spring.
Step 11: Screw it together.
Step 12: Secure your 15/16" I.D. 1" O.D. Pipe to the back of the eliminator SHELL with Hot Glue, Epoxy, or Mighty Putty.
Step 13: Attach the slider bar.
Then you are done.
The ranges are,
With a stock dart fired 4 times:
Average range: 60ft.
With a stefan fired 4 times.
Average range: 55ft.
I know it seems like a spike in range, but all shots WERE taken flat.
Not quite sure why stefans had a shorter range...
The ranges were taken with a level.
and a tape measure.
Edited by white moonlight, 03 August 2009 - 11:32 AM.