Here's the blue bastard. It looks like a Nite Finder with a Recon's handle and a reversed Tactical rail, but performs better then you may think it will.
However, unlike the Nite Finder, you can disassemble this blaster to remove the actual blaster-function and use it as a Wii accessory. But, let's be honest, who would buy this for the Wii function? Apart from Rick Perry, I don't think I can think of anyone stupid enough to do that. The actual blaster part of the gun performs well for its size.
In case you're interested, here's the handle's internals. Nothing too special happening here. I don't advise doing this as there is no point, and good luck getting it back together.
Open up the blaster and you'll discover remarkably simple internals. This ought to be a piece of cake to modify.
Take the barrel of the blaster and open it up. You'll find it easily comes apart into two pieces, although the other parts are glued together. Damnit!
Rip the peg off of the assembly. This can now be discarded.
Knock out where the peg was, revealing the air restrictor.
Somehow find a way to break the hotglue seal and get into the bottom. The air restrictor and spring should pop out, if you didn't already remove them.
(Sorry for the blurry picture) See this?
Get some tape on on so that the air does not leak out of the hole.
Put everything back into the blaster, and fit everything in place. The catch spring might jump out at you, like what happened before. I never found that spring, I think the vacuum might have eaten it.
Screw everything back together and make sure everything's catching well. If not, go back and try to mess around with it until it does.
You should now be able to see straight through the blaster to the screw within the plunger rod.
Now dispose of the evidence. Throw out the trash, although I highly doubt you made as big of a mess as I did. Well, I hope you enjoyed the write-up. I will make better, more experienced modifications in the future, when I get access to the right tools. Until then, enjoy my write-ups for what I want them to be; quick, simple, easy mods with clear pictures to help you follow along. If I succeeded at doing that, I'm pleased with the outcome. Until next time, thanks for reading.
Edited by Gage, 03 June 2012 - 08:21 PM.