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Sharp Shooter Ii Mod

Sch. 80 and brass

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#1 sam

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Posted 07 January 2007 - 03:25 PM

Well, I’ve had this Sharp Shooter II since mid summer. And it’s been sittin’ around collecting dust so I figure I should probably mod it. So here it is:
Materials:
8” of ˝” SCH. 80 PVC
E-tape
Krazy glue or some type of adhesive, other than hot glue
Optional: 17/32” brass, stronger spring or Rubber bands
Tools:
Screw driver
Saw or Dremel
Directions:
Open it up (sorry no picture of the innards, but you can check out thismod for some)
Then take that 8” of PVC and cut it into 2 pieces of 4”. Then take the stock barrels and cut then down to just the pieces that connect to the green barrel switcher. Glue the PVC and the little stock barrel nubs together and wrap some e-tape around the connection.
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Glue everthing together to make sure there is no air loss.
Now wrap the plunger head in some e-tape to get a good seal.
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There you go. You can be done there or you can continue by cutting 4” of 17/32” brass and dropping those into the sch. 80 PVC.
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There you go. Slap on some bands or a bungee, or a new spring and you’ve got yourself quite a pistol.
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Edited by sam, 07 January 2007 - 03:26 PM.

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#2 TheCheatIsNotDead

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Posted 07 January 2007 - 04:34 PM

Nice work. Very clean.

I made a double barreled NF, and does it work the same way? If only one barrel is loaded, and you pull the trigger, all the air just rushes out the empty one?

Unless you plug it with your finger or something, which can be very useful for getting off two quick shots in succession.

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#3 sam

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Posted 07 January 2007 - 04:52 PM

Nope, the pump action allows you to decide which barrel you fire from. Push it forward and the bottom barrel fires, push it backward and the top barrel fires.
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