So lets begin,
What Was done to the gun.
-Barrel Replaced with PETG.
-Paint job soon to come.
Step 1. Open up the gun. (Pretty Obvious)
You have to use a hair dryer to heat up these two pieces and pry them off. Otherwise you will break the shell.
Step 2. Plug the Pump, Just put a dab of hot glue over the little hole.
Step 3. Strengthen the trigger. Cover the spring with hot glue like I did here.
Step 4. Now pull out the barrels, its not glued in or anything just pull it right out. Then look at the back and there is two little screws. Take them out and the barrels should come apart.
Step 5. The barrels should come apart and the AR's will come out. Pull all these pieces out.
Then the barrels should look like this.
Step 6. To get the barrels ready wrap four pieces of PETG with E-tape so they are snug in the orange barrels. I made each Barrel 6 inches long. Rub some plumbers epoxy on the E-tape then push them into the orange barrels. Place a small piece of 1/2 inch PVC in the middle of the barrels so they stay straight.
Moderator edit: Kudos to TantumBull for this picture.
Step 7. Put it all back together. Here is what mine ended up looking like.(Like I said earlier I am still not done)
She still needs a paint job which I will post Pictures when that has been done. If you have any ideas for the colors let me know. I will put the tank back on next time I open it up. It was left off to test out the range.
Thanks everyone please show me some support on my first post and leave me some feedback.
Edited by Daniel Beaver, 16 June 2012 - 07:06 PM.