I was still very happy with it
30 mins after I got home and shot off a few rounds, I took it apart.
-Removed the AR (completely, no inner slider remained)
-added a spring from a double shot, + 1/4 of the original spring. It worked great, didn't even have to remove the bolt locks, but than I removed them anyway to avoid dry fire.
-added delay to the dart loader (so the darts get pushed deeper into the barrel)
which made the top slider a lil loose with the laser sight on, the top would easily slide back and forth when the blaster was cocked, but only when it was empty
Pros; it was shooting great ! had a lot more power to it.
might have had increased accuracy!
Cons; it jammed about 15 shots or so, then again the clip springs wore in and it mostly went away.
Didn't get to enjoy it much in its original(ish) form, because one dumb idea lead to an other, I found a nice 11Kg spring that was too big... so I trimmed material.
It DID NOT work, so I just added the old doubleshot springs back.
I think the trimming of the plastic caused misalignment and this is what happaned;
Oh well, should have known better, I'm obviously new to Nerf Guns.
But this mistake= CHALLENGE ACCEPTED
I just have 1 question;
How do I remove the orange end from the tank?
I was just gonna put it in warm water, than dump it in ice water and hope the adhesive gives out.
any other suggestions?
I'll keep posting progress photos.
Here is what I'm planning so far;
- moving the spring back further with added PVC
- lining a new things with brass.
1st I need to remove that orange stopper from the tank, so I can start making a new piston
Edited by psycho_p88, 15 August 2012 - 11:19 PM.