Hot Glue Gun + Glue
Barrel material (about 16 inches)
Dremel or Saw
Cut your barrel material down into four equal pieces. I cut them to four inches, but you can do any size you want. However, I wouldn't go much longer than 4 inches because the barrel would have a hard time rotating.
First, open up your gun. This should be pretty simple; there are not any hidden screws or anything else tricky.
Next take out the rotating barrel part and cut all the barrels down to the last little red section on the barrels.
This is what they should look like
Now take hot glue and go around the out side of barrel stubs and stick the barrels you cut before over the stubs. Make sure they are straight otherwise your gun won't be very accurate.
Now, let this harden. You can put it in the freezer or just let it sit, it doesn't make much difference. For extra stability I glue an old barrel from a airtech 2000 in the middle of the pvc barrels. Its good for holding an extra dart also.
Ok, you are pretty much done, now all you have to do is put it all back to together. Make sure the cocking mechanism is facing like this, or the gun won't work properly.
Here is the finished pic:
I was getting a little over 30 feet with about the same rate of fire as the maverick. Itís still not a very good gun, but better than it was before
Edited by Slash Kiron, 09 May 2007 - 09:44 AM.