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#1 CoolpantsMcgee

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Posted 28 August 2013 - 08:19 PM

Here is my personal electric eel I just finished it about 30 minutes ago.
This isn't really a write-up but this should explain really everything you would need to know about the blaster.
Here it is unopened.
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And here it is opened.
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So it basically uses a breech made from an airtech 2000 pump. and it is connected directly to the plunger tube via super glue and epoxy putty as shown here.
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(Sorry about that last picture being mainly about the plunger tube)
Anyways the breech itself is (as I said earlier) a 2k pump with 6 or so inches of cpvc. The 2k pump has a slot in the top for the stopper to make sure that the cpvc doesn't fly out. It also has epoxy putty guides to help hold the clip in place. as seen here.
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And here.
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The blaster also uses a cut down EaB spring.
Ranges:
Beige foam single daisy bb glue dome.(made by bobo) 45'
#6 washer pool noodle foam slug.42'-43'ish
Double bb pool noodle foam glue dome. 36'
Single bb pool noodle foam glue dome 42'
Streamline dart slightly worn down 36'
Elite dart also slightly worn down 41'
(Pool noodle foam darts were cut with 9/16ths brass so they have a push to twist fit in cpvc.)

Edited by CoolpantsMcgee, 31 August 2013 - 11:41 AM.

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#2 The Dart Blaster

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Posted 29 August 2013 - 12:07 AM

Nice job on the modifications. Good, high quality pics, too.
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#3 CoolpantsMcgee

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Posted 29 August 2013 - 07:29 AM

Thanks!
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#4 The Nerfaholic

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Posted 29 August 2013 - 08:07 AM

Really nice mod! Do you manually open and close the breech to feed the darts?
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#5 CoolpantsMcgee

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Posted 29 August 2013 - 08:26 AM

Yes, I like to use glow in the dark darts with it so I'll open the breech, then pull on the trigger to make a flash of light then I'll close it, prime the blaster, and then fire it.
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#6 He Who Mods

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Posted 30 August 2013 - 04:39 PM

This is a really nice writeup, too bad I don't have an electric eel . This would make a great secondary. If I do get one I will try this, also, this looks like it could be implemented on other pistols too without too much trouble.

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#7 CoolpantsMcgee

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Posted 30 August 2013 - 10:08 PM

This is a really nice writeup, too bad I don't have an electric eel . This would make a great secondary. If I do get one I will try this, also, this looks like it could be implemented on other pistols too without too much trouble.


Thanks! It actually can, I beleive It can be done to a sawtooth with a little bit of dremeling.
Also it really is a simple mod as long as you have some cutting and sanding wheels for your dremel, a screwdriver, and a steady hand and you're ready to perform the mod. Also, here's a bit of advice of advice. When dealing with an EE shell be insanely careful. Because one wrong move and the plastic can shatter.
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