After playing Call of Duty for two hours, and being amazed at the Browning .30 caliber belt-fed machine gun, t suddenly dawned on me that the same belt could be used with the Maverick. So, I took the turret apart, and took out the middle part. I marked notches for where to cut, and cut the outer shell off, leaving about half of the little 1/2" sections that hold the barrels. After filing them down a bit, I took 2 3/4" of CPVC, and attached it in the center of the cylinder. Then I threaded the metal pole back in. I cut the casing of the cylinder out, and used the semi-semi-circular pieces for extra length of the 1/2" sections.
The only problem I now have is-how to seal it? The air just dies after it goes out the plunger. I need some suggestions and comments.
I'm sorry I don't have pictures. I'll try to get some up later.
EDIT: The belt is made of 2" segements of CPVC and duct tape. To make: Lay down duct tape on cylinder. Place two in shells in, and wrap another layer of duct tape on.
Edited by Sinfil, 27 March 2005 - 02:37 PM.