The plunger tube gets cut here and apply your glue of choice to attach the hornet tank. In case you're wondering, the writing behind it is an awesome recipe for kangaroo.
What you don't see here is the tubing for the pump is routed inside the stock. Some of the ribbing inside has to be removed to make room and apparently the stock is glued together as well as screwed so just grip it and rip it.
The majority of the ribbing here is removed to make room for everything. All the stuff behind the trigger including the screw boss has to be gutted for the blast button to fit. Also the ribs that guided the plunger tube catch the tank when you pull the bolt back due to the tank pivoting slightly, so rip those suckers out too.
Here she is all put together for about the 47th time during the course of this build. As you can see it still uses clips and the barrel extension came out of the original barrel add on piece but since it's wider than the barrel it doesn't interfere with the darts while still looking nifty (I think so anyway).
It's all pretty self explanatory, most of the longstrike internals are tossed as is a lot of the ribbing where the original plunger tube used to slide. The pump is from the hornet and it's fully pumped in about 3 pumps, as such the ROF is pretty nice. Unfortunately accurate ranges aren't in yet as there's a mystery leak. However, I imagine standard hornet ranges. Comments? questions? concerns about what kind of a man has a floral patterned quilt? One who lives with his girlfriend, that's who.
Edited by nix0101, 02 March 2011 - 05:09 PM.