First I had to take that pesky guage off the Airtech. This was a bit challenging, but I found a tube connecting peice at Home Depot, and then I epoxyed that on. Also, The seal is amazing I don't lose any air.
After that, I had to put the Airtech in the Maverick. This took me a little while because I had to sand off all the internals. Next, I glued the plunger over the Aitech tank.
I then glued down the pump, and drilled a hole for the pump to come out.
Here was the trick part, the trigger. I tried at least 4 ways to make a good sturdy trigger, but they all failed. So instead, I got a long flat piece of brass and epoxyed it to the trigger. This has not yet broken and as far as I can tell it wont.
I then closed up the gun and it looked like this.
Finally, the end product. The best part about the cocking lever, is you cant see the Airtech.
I really like this gun. It goes about 80-90 Feet with four pumps. Anyway, there you have a Maverick with high ROF, and distance of and Airtech. Questions, comments, concerns?
Edited by hokiefan0705, 21 October 2006 - 03:21 PM.