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Since this is a BnA for all intents and purposes, I advise you to read Fome's writeup HERE, or any of the other BnA writeups, as they cover the basics well enough as is.
Pictures on disassembly:
The internals are essentially the same; while there is slightly more plastic on the grip arm of the bow, I'd still advise reinforcing it, as with the original. Also, there are no slots for attaching bungees; you'll either have to go around an arm or, in my case, hook into the case after you've cut it for your new barrel assembly.
(not shown: the bungee ends are now hooked in the front of the plastic shell, where I cut for the PVC elbow. Keeps the force lined up so you aren't bending or stressing the plunger assembly any more than necessary.)
With a ~7 dart RSCB and ~7" CPVC barrel, I'm getting consistent 80s down the dorm hall, at least when I'm firing straight. Stuff like this takes practice when you don't use it, after all. I only have hot glue securing the stuff; at some point I will add the stopcock I designed back in August in place of Fome's selector assembly, so I can shoot arrows on the fly with a quick turn of the handle. Because who wants a bow that can't fire arrows???
That's all; this was mainly to inform people that the spirit of the BnA still exists. Although the bows invading the homemades thread are admittedly even more awesome, if you care to take the time :-)
Edited by Buffdaddy, 18 October 2010 - 12:01 AM.