It has a turret, why the hell not add rearloading to the thing?
Take apart you Firefly, unscrew everything like normal. There's a mod directory; you should be able to figure everything out.
I used 1/2" CPVC, in 3 5/8" lengths. I don't plan on using stock darts in this thing, so I may as well make the barrels as long as possible without interfering with the orange piece in the front. Secured with epoxy - I have a ton of the stuff, so let's be permanent.
Turn that turret around when it's cured, and carve out the rear for your darts.
Now for your shell: I went for the right side, since there's room for two slots. On the other shell half, there's only room for one, so I decided against it.
To the plunger tube: made a new seal by putting craft foam around the spring-loaded stock seal. Pretty simple, works for my purposes. Although I could do slightly better.
Finally, put the shell back together, get two half-sections of PVC, and shave/glue like so. I still need to slice a bit off the pipes, to make it easier to load (notice the plastic jutting out where the halves are uneven).
And that's it. I still need to add another spring; I hink a slightly cut down NF spring might be able to fit in there, but I'm open for suggestions.
Ranges are the average 45-55, but I only have slingshot darts on me, and Fireflys don't have the power for those stock. But once the thing's tricked out, this should be more than good for indoor wars.
EDIT: You can nest LSFG spring underneath the Firefly spring! That has been done.
Edited by Buffdaddy, 07 February 2011 - 07:05 AM.