Crossfire Nested Brass Mod
Posted 30 May 2006 - 08:16 PM
I have today for you a nested brass mod. Now this thing gives you a 5-10 ft boost on dart tag darts and kills small children (exaggeration) with really nice fitting darts.
I suggest you try this mod after you have had experience with other guns. However, this is the best way I have found to increase range. Nested brass is your friends, kids.
What you will need:
Now first saw off that silly, silly ammo holder and take the gun apart. Here's some pics:
Ok now take the barrel out side of the plunger and saw off the piece with the o-ring with a hack saw:
File the sucker down to even out the plastic to make it level.
Now let's cut the brass. Take a piece of 9/16 brass and cut it to whatever size you want; I chose 3 inches. Then take your 17/32 brass and cut it a tad smaller than the 9/16 brass:
Super. Now put the 17/32 brass in the 9/16 and sheath it in the petg that should be cut smalle then the 9/16 brass :
Glue the barrel to the plastic thingy and wrap it in e-tape (wrap where the 9/16 and petg meet, if you want):
Set it in the barrel and make sure it fits. Then when you put it together put glue around where the orange piece used to be:
Congrats! you are finished! I screwed up twice on each crossfire I have modded, it takes some adjustments. Don't get mad, if you screw up.
Pictures of the twins! :
Oh yeah, LUBE THE GUN!
Posted 30 May 2006 - 08:34 PM
Posted 03 June 2006 - 01:00 PM
Posted 03 June 2006 - 01:19 PM
Edited by nerfer34, 03 June 2006 - 01:19 PM.
Posted 03 June 2006 - 01:38 PM
Nice, you made it WAY to complicated though. All I did was saw off old barrel put some brass on and glue the barrel to the gun. Also I don't like the way you Etaped the O-ring up. You E Taped it sloppy and it make come off. I like the waythe guns look. Nice.
the e-tape is to hold the o-ring.
Posted 03 June 2006 - 01:40 PM
The shell would fit inside the case and there would be a pole at the base of the shell. You could then have a fold out ammo holder. Maybe some work with thin magnets would help it stay in place. While in the hidden position.
The ammount of e-tape you used on the plunger head makes it act as more of an air restrictor but improves better plunger seal. I think overall you are losing range because of this. I would cut strips of e-tape and put it under the O-ring. This makes it look less sloppy. I do not like the visible E-tape where the barrels stick out of the gun. I used e-tape around the base, then put the orange cap on and put epoxy in then cracks. This helps keep the brass in place
Edited by Forsaken_angel24, 03 June 2006 - 01:42 PM.
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