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In Need Of Help

06 August 2009 - 07:22 PM

I'm currently working on a Switch Shots Ultra. And I can't figure out how the trigger system works. So could someone post a few pictures of the trigger's assembly for me.

Ttg Modification

08 May 2008 - 11:41 PM

This mod is made to relocate the plunger tube and too do other basic modifications to the TTG.

What you will need is:

thick walled PETG
PVC
1/2 inch FBR
dremel
plumbers goop/epoxy
hot glue
hot glue gun
ruler
screwdriver


Now lets get started.

First you are going to want to open your gun up and throw away the barrel and air restricter parts. You are also going to want to through away this part.
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Now you need a barrel. So cut off a 4 1/2" segment of PETG and goop or epoxy it onto the plunger tube. It should go right over the nub on the end of the plunger. To make sure that the barrel is strait befor you glue use a little bit of hot glue to hold the barrel on strait when the goop or epoxy is drying.

While your barrel is drying it is time to work on the shell of the gun. You are going to need to dremel out the notches in the shell in the places shown below.
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The next step is to put ammo holders on the gun. You are going to want to cut a 2 1/2" and a 2 1/4" pice of PETG. Now hot glue the larger of the two pieces into the top ammo holder spot. Then glue the smaller piece into the lower ammo holder. Now cut two 1 1/4" piece of FBR and shove them into the ammo holders. This way the darts don't go to deep into the gun on accident. It should look like this.
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Now that your barrel is done drying you are going to want to cut a 4 1/2" section of PVC. Now dremel the inside of the PVC a little so the PVC can slide over your newly added plumbers goop. Once the PVC fits, hot glue it to the plunger so it will stay in place.

The next step is to dremel the back ring on the plunger tube. Dremel it to look like this.
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Now you are ready to glue your plunger tube into place. This will help increase ranges because now the plunger head can do it's full range of motion in the plunger tube. You are going to want to hot glue it into this spot.
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Next you are going to want to increase the seal on the plunger head. To do this put a few layers of e-tape under the o-ring. Make sure you wash the plunger head before doing this or the e-tape won't stick.

Now you are going to want to replace the spring. I used a RF20 spring with a stretched out NF spring over it. If you do the same spring configuration you are gong to want to stretch the NF spring to be this long so it wont rattle in the gun so much.
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Top: RF20 spring
Bottom: NF spring

It won't rattle now because when they are on the plunger rod the RF20 spring is stopped by the plunger heads teeth and the NF spring overlaps the teeth.
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Now your done just lube up the plunger tube and put everything together.

The ranges I got with this gun are about 75ft.

Thank you.

Singled Or Triple Shot Lbb

26 September 2007 - 12:21 AM

O.K. Here I go.

Materials:
2.5 feet of OMC's PETG
11.25 inches of thick wall PVC
2 3/4 to 1/2 PVC couplers.
2 inches of thin wall 1/2 inch PVC
3.5 inches of thin wall 1 inch PVC
Fishing line
E-tape
Hot Glue
Plumbers Goop
Dremmel
Phillips screwdriver


First thing is to open up your LBB. Next is to plug the pump. Here is a link on how to do that. Next is to cut down the original barrel so it is about one inch long. Then dremmel the inside of the original orange barrel to fit PETG tightly. Like so.
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Now it's time to make your new barrel. Just put 1 foot of the PETG into the 11.25 inches of thick wall PVC with hot glue like so.

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Also make sure that the PETG is sticking out a little bit.

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Now you are probably thinking why I am making the new barrel in the middle of the mod. Now it is time to find out why. Put one of the couplers over the original cut down barrel. It should look a little like this

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Now shove the new barrel in the coupler PETG poking out side down. This will hold the coupler exactly in the middle. Now hot glue the coupler on so it has a nice hold. Now it's time to goop. Cover the connection of the coupler to the gun with the goop. Now while waiting for the glue to dry you can dremel the gun down so the coupler can fit comfortably. Now it's time to make another barrel. But this barrel will have three shots. First get three six-inch segments of PETG. Tape them together like so.

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Now take a little fishing wire and hot glue it on the ends of the barrels so the darts don't fall into the rest of the barrel.

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Now put the PETG triple barrel into the thin wall one inch PVC. You are going to want to do three layers: hot glue, plumberís goop, and then hot glue again. Here is a diagram.

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!--Glue
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!Plumbers goop
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!--Hot
!--Glue

Hopefully this diagram will make sence. Now after everything is all nice and dried up you can finish the triple shot barrel. Now to glue the other coupler to the thin wall one inch PVC (I reccomend PVC cement). Now glue the two inches of 1/2 inch thin wall PVC to the other end of the coupler. It should be like this.

Taken apart.
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Put together.
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Congratulations you have finished the mod. Ranges will be posted later. The triple shot will also work on any other couplered gun. But I made it mainly for the LBB because it looks amazing in that gun. Also as a few side notes i highly reccomend that you goop the trigger of the gun where it starts to fork. And goop the pump handle because the plastic will break easily.

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What Gun?

08 September 2007 - 02:10 PM

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Does anyone know what gun this arrow goes to?