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    Nerf Supermaxx 1500 (New Style) Internals


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    Nerf Supermaxx 1500 (New Style) Internals

    Post  Johnnus on Tue Jun 26, 2012 9:41 am

    Internals of the SM1500 (new style) which was released approx 2000, while the old one was released 1997.
    Shots of the overall blaster, left and right:

    With the back cap removed. The back cap holds 2 darts.

    The plastic ring which secures the shell in place. Must be removed to open the blaster.

    The barrels and ARs:

    Overall internals shot:

    Trigger close ups:

    Note that this section is prone to breaking, along the thinnest section.
    The trigger-tank connection. It is recommended to hot-glue over the spring to ensure maximum air release upon trigger pull.

    A close-up of the tank-outlet to the turret. It is not secured in any way. Also note the turret is manual-rotate, hence the lack of rotation mech. Air seal is achieved merely by linear travel of airflow and an o-ring which isn't particularly tight. It is recommended to hot-glue the outlet to the turret base.

    Back of the turret. Note the screws (which have been unscrewed for viewing purposes) which hold the large black part in place. They must be removed to disassemble the turret.

    Barrels with black part removed:

    Exploded view of the turret. Note that there is a metal pin with small orange piece of plastic, currently stuck in between the 4 barrels. The spring seals the turret against the baseplate and snaps the turret in position.

    The back of the turret and the front of the baseplate. Note the elevated section which acts as a turret snap-to-position piece.

    Sorry for the lack of quality, pictures were taken with iPod Touch and in slightly dimmed natural light conditions.

    For more blaster internals, go to the Internals Directory.

    Last edited by Johnnus on Wed Jun 27, 2012 5:34 am; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : Changed the language used)

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