First off, unscrew the revolver and take out the cylinder like so:
Then observe the back and notice that there are larger holes in the rear (just like your mom!) and realize that they have screws deep inside them (ALSO like your mom!)
Unscrew it and separate the turret like this. It takes a little wiggling since they are friction fitted together, but you'll get them.
Take a look inside and you'll see another screw. This screw holds on a circular orange piece that makes contact with the rotation cog and also keeps on the grey piece that allows the turret to be flipped out for reloading.
Now screw back on the orange piece. Very similar to how the Maverick mod worked out.
Then screw back together the turret. Now comes the tricky part. Dremeling the grey part thingies.
Here are some before and after pics of the rear piece.
And the front piece.
Please pay close attention to the cut I made to the side, this will come into play later.
Now, hot glue the rear piece into place. You could use super glue, but hot glue will suffice, and make sure that shit is flush! If it isn't it'll cause a LOT of loading issues.
Also, it would help out to dremel down the corners, I find that doing so makes loading the turret WAY easier.
Now, how to load.
Step 1: Make sure the front piece is sticking out, this is where that cut you made beforehand comes into play:
Step 2: Load the turret into the front piece:
Step 3: Push turret in and press down the release button. You need to do this because the way it originally worked was the grey piece pushed down the rotation cog for you so you only had to push the button to release. But the grey piece no longer moves to you have to push the button to also put it in:
Step 4: Your turret is now loaded and you can fire:
Step 5: You are now finished and may commence diddle time.
I decided to also remove the AR and replace the main spring with an OMW 6kg Swarmfire/Sharpshot upgrade spring and it gets mad ranges. I fired Elite darts at my 40 foot hallway and they were slamming into the wall with quite a bit of force. I can imagine these things going at least 60 or even 70ft! Not to mention that I have 36 shots readily available! So, if you ever wanted a Maverick like pistol that had Nite Finder ranges and didn't have the time or patience to do the NiteMav mod, the Elite Strongarm is the blaster for you!
Edited by Shadow the HellJumper, 11 March 2013 - 01:55 AM.