-16 to 22 inches of 1/2 inch CPVC pipe
-4 to 6 inches of that stupid barrel extension thing from the longshot pistol
-5 minute epoxy
-1 ½ inch copper coupler
-lots of electrical tape
-a small piece of thick cardboard
OK, here's the gun we'll be working with today:
First, you'll need to open up the gun. To do this, remove all screws and, as shown in the following picture, pry off the large orange piece on the front of the gun with a flathead screwdriver. It should pop off pretty easily but, remember to pry it off evenly from both sides.
This is a new thing I discovered on the gun. I believe it's a new way to try to stop easy mods. They drilled holes in the sides of the barrel so you can't just pull of the orange piece at the front of the barrel and shoot regular darts. Anyway, cut off the barrel right behind the holes.
Wrap the piece of CPVC in electrical tape, leaving about 1/2 an inch of it exposed so you can attach the copper coupler. Make sure the barrel extension thing from the longshot pistol fits snugly over the electrical taped barrel, but make sure you can slide it back and fourth. Then attach the copper coupler to the "naked" part of the barrel. Make sure it is tight. Then, wrap some electrical tape around the end of the coupler as shown in the following picture:
Now take the end of stock gun's barrel (the side without the holes) and sand it down until the coupler fits snugly. Now cut the breach into your barrel (the CPVC one) about an inch and a half from the end of the coupler. As shown in this picture:
Make your breach approx. 2 inches long. Then attach the barrels to each other with the couplers. Cover the coupler and the ends of the barrels around it with a thick coating of epoxy. Let dry. It should look like the following picture.
Now plug the pump as shown in the following picture, I used epoxy.
Now, wrap electrical tape around the visible epoxy. Add 1 extra loop of electrical tape right before the breach hole. Now reassemble the gun.
Now the next step is very hard to explain but I'll attempt to so bear with me even though it's confusing.
First, cut off the front of the gun so it is easier to use the breach, as show in the next picture.
Now cut a hole in the center of the cardboard so the barrel can fit through and slide it to the back of the gun.
Then use pieces of electrical tape to help stabilize the barrel the following picture should help explain.
Finally, Wrap electrical tape across the front of the gun to add a smooth appearance to the gun. The following picture should explain:
Questions, comments, constructive criticism? All are accepted. Ranges soon to come.
Edited by Pineapple, 23 August 2007 - 04:23 PM.