1/2" PVC Coupler
Crayola Barrel(If you don't know what this is click here)
Epoxy or Plumber's goop
1/8 drill bit
>>>>> Improved air flow.
First off we're going to increase airflow. First unscrew the gun. There's no use in unscrewing the plunger so don't bother. I don't have any internal pics so try to follow along. Once opened Take out the pungler tube. It looks like this:
Now you want to take the tubing off the nub at the end of the plunger tube. It looks like this:
Now take your 1/8" drill bit and center it as much as you can. Drill it until your through. You could use a slightly bigger bit but 1/8 was the only one I had at the moment.
So I really disliked the turret on the Fastblast so I chucked it and decided to single it. So first off ditch the turret assembly. The peices look like this:
Next is the crayola barrel. First make your barrel if you haven't already. Next mix your epoxy or get your plumber's goop out and put it on the bottom of the crayola barrel and stick it on the blue piece that's connected to the plunger tube. Make sure it's centered over the nub in the center. The blue piece looks like this:
Next is to glue on the coupler. Put some epoxy/plumber's goop on the bottom and stick it to the blue piece so the crayola barrel is in the center of the coupler. Also it should be sitting on the ridge around the top of the blue piece. It should now look like this:
Now close it up. The last step is to cut some 1/2" peice of PVC. Mine are 7" and 13" but you could have what ever length you want. you could even make a breech if you want to.
To load it put a dart in the crayola barrel then put the pvc in the coupler and shoot.
Edited by flyingpie77, 28 February 2010 - 03:37 PM.