• Screwdriver (Phillips and flathead)
• Dremel and a fair amount of bits
• Something to cut pvc
• Neddle node pliars
• Diagonal cutters
• A fully functioning brain (recommended)
• Petg (4 ft.)
• ˝” pvc (16 in.)
• E-tape-lots of e-tape
First is first-here is your blaster:
After doing this to two turrets-this step will help a lot-drill a small hole in the center of the turret. Widen it to allow access to the screw.
This is what it will look like after you take this part off.
Take off the pump handle and then unscrew the rest of the gun. The internals.
Take note of the tank setup-it will help you later on. You may want to pump it to see how the whole thing works.
Now take off the one screw holding the tank setup in place. And focus your attention to the back.
Gently hold the white piece as you unscrew it. Once you have it undone-lift it up slowly-you don’t want to lose the spring. Place it in a safe place with the rest of the parts that come along with it. Until you get to this.
Now gently turn it over so that the turret if facing up and slowly take the turret off slowly for the same reasons as above.
Now take the parts and put them in the same safe place.
Time to start working on the turret. First-use your diagonal cutters and cut the prongs in the front of the turret. Now unscrew the back of the turret.
If you are lucky you will be able to take the blue turret casing off. If you are like me- it’s time to take the original barrels off. To do this you just need to pull them away from the rest of the turret. Sometimes the ar will stay glued in.
The best way I have found to fix this is to take a drill bit and extend the hole to the ar peg. Then you need to take a flathead screw driver and pry it out.
Time to re-barrel this thing. Grab your 4 ft. of PETG and cut it into 8-6 in. sections. Now add a lot of e-tape to the bottom of the sections to the point where it fits right into the stubs of the turret.
I had trouble with getting them to be perfectly straight. So I added some more e-tape about an inch from the bottom.
Now put the barrels into the turret (glue them if you want). And put your PVC onto the barrels.
Wrap some e-tape on the turret and be glad the hardest part is done.
Now-you need to improve the seal to the tank. To do this take a small oring-or as I did here cut up neoprene washer-and glue it to original seal.
NOTE: by doing this you will need to manually advance the turret. But the seal is worth it.
Make sure you reinforce the pump handle. To do this you need to drill through the original peg and replace it with a bolt. I used a 8-32 bolt.
Edited by balisticjoe, 28 August 2009 - 10:45 PM.