Well, here we go, guys.
Longshot write-up LONGSHOT
First you would remove the air restrictors to create a better airflow from the pressure chamber to the barrel.
Then you would add one or two 0-rings to the plunger to keep the stock 0-rink stationary.
I didn’t have any 0-rings so I used a rubber band instead.
And if you want to you could add a better barrel to increases range. [I will probable add one soon] LONGSHOT SIDE AIRM
Drill out the air restrictors and then dermal out the barrel so that some 17/32 brass can fit in [you can basically do anything that you would do to a scout].
Well first you would cut off the bi-pod. I actually thought it looked cool with it cut off. Anyway then you would cut the ls side arm. To find the angle that you cut I used the one of the bi-pod legs because it fits write up in there. And here’s a picture to help.
Now it Is time for the hard part, the trigger. Now my first idea was to have a string attached to a 0-Ring, to have a separate trigger.
Then I had the idea of having the same trigger release both catches at the same time.
Gluing the side arm to the gun:
I wanted to be able to re-open the gun after I glued it, so I glued one half of the sidearm to the one half of the longshot. And the same to the other half’s of the guns.
Then you put the gun all back together. Now you have a badass longshot.