I was pleased with it but there was one thing that pissed me off. The barrel kept falling off. So I came up with something new.
First open your gun and take out the plunger (take out the barrel too, you donít need it). At the end of the plunger there will two air restrictors. One of them has a peg. Rip that peg off. Then dremal around it so that the 9/16 brass can slide through. It should end up looking like this,
Now to the second air restrictor. Drill a descent sized hole into it (one big enough so that youíre dremal can fit in). Dremal it out in tell itís flush with the sides. 9/16 brass should be air tight when placed in.
Here is a picture of it with the hole drilled into it (Im sorry itís all dark and blurry),
Once you stick the brass into the second air restrictor, slip the first one over it so that it looks like this,
Glue it altogether and put your nightfinder back together and test it out. Your barrel is now straight, durable, and level. My nightfinder can achieve ranges of 60'.
Questions and comments will be appreciated.
Edited by Dart Attack, 03 June 2007 - 09:35 PM.