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#1 Dia De Los Nerf

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Posted 27 October 2016 - 11:10 PM

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Hello, fellow "On the Line" users I made a little bit of improvements to the original VGM by Snoop Doggy doge.

This is my very first post and I am very excited!

Lets begin!

 

Materials Needed:

18 inches of 3/4" PVC

2x 2" endcaps

Short stub of 2" PVC

24 inches of 1/2" CPVC

3/4" Endcap

4x Sheet  Metal Screws

 

​Tools Needed:

​Hacksaw

Drill

1" Drill bit

Drill bit for pilot holes

Pair of sharp Scissors

Screwdriver

File

 

​Let the Fun Begin!

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​Luckily, the grip is actually a stand alone piece. Exploiting this, take out the barrel and muzzle piece.​

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This muzzle piece is just a tad to small for our new 3/4" PVC barrel and must be filed down to a point where it is tight on the PVC.

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As we continue to "Butterfly" this shell open we can take out the other orange piece that held in the barreling.

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As fate destined it this piece actually fits perfectly on the new 3/4" barrel without any modification.

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Ignoring all of the internals slip in the new barrel with each guide in it's correct place. Make sure that the back of the new barrel is flush with the dart entrance. Now carefully reassemble the blaster making sure to keep the catch spring in its correct rest.

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Now take each 2" cap and drill a 1" hole in the center of the endcap. After the drilling is finished get your short stub of 2" PVC and connect both endcaps to make your new pump grip. File down these 1" holes in order for the new pump grip to be able to slide freely on the barrel

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Before connecting the pump arm to the grip we must drill some holes in order for us to drill some pilot holes through the grip and CPVC. Now with two of the sheet screws attach your 24 inches of 1/2" CPVC to your pump grip MAKING SURE THE CONNECTION IS STRAIGHT.

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Now do the same with one side of the old priming handle preferably the one with the screw ports. Now slide the pump grip onto the barrel and screw the old priming handle to the blaster.

​Optional:

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Take your 3/4" endcap and drill out a 1" hole to enable darts to fire through. This piece is the new muzzle that adds an extra measure to restrain your pump grip from falling off.

​Edit:

​Oops forgot final product

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​Thank You for reading my 1st post.

​Hasta Luego,

Dia De Los Nerf


Edited by Dia De Los Nerf, 27 October 2016 - 11:26 PM.

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#2 justaguycalledv

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Posted 28 October 2016 - 09:16 AM

Nice mod. How cumbersome is it to reach around the drum to pump the weapon? Looks like it might require some seriously long arms to do that.


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#3 Dia De Los Nerf

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Posted 28 October 2016 - 05:14 PM

Nice mod. How cumbersome is it to reach around the drum to pump the weapon? Looks like it might require some seriously long arms to do that.

Thank you. And to address your concern, it is not that hard to do. I'm of average height with T-Rex arms and can use the blaster just fine.


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