We've already done the basic restrictor removal - as one member noted, all you have to do is pull the turret apart (I know it's counterintuitive, and seems like you'd break it, but you won't), and the restrictor pins fall out like the Rapid Fire 20. To avoid using foam, we snipper the pins and put the basic restrictor disks back in. Works like a charm, and loads micro Stefans beautifully.
I want to do more, though. Here are two things I have thought of:
1. The gun resists rubber-banding, since the cocking mechanism covers the actual hammer. Has anyone tried removing the cocking handle, and banding the hammer through its little guide slots? Does it work well? I've tried to band this gun internally; it fails miserably!
2. Has anyone ever considered replacing the spring with something more...well...deadly!? Its basic spring is pretty wimpy (although the gun rocks in every other way). Would another gun's equally-sized spring replace it for more power? I tried to use the Nite Finder's HUGE spring. Massive failure, it was worse than Bush experimenting with pretzels.
Edit: Yes I know some of you have said you've tried to replace the whole cocking mechanism, and other things, but I haven't heard much specifics. Help!
Edited by Ames, 30 January 2005 - 07:13 PM.