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    CWC SuperMaxx 3000 barrel replacement

    clunk07
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    Post  clunk07 Thu Feb 16, 2012 12:48 pm

    Hey,

    I received 3 x SM3K's a while ago, modded one, and thought it was about time I did a tutorial on it.
    Very simple blaster to mod, with some decent ranges - average of 120 feet flat x 8 barrels, taking only about 30 mins to complete.

    Tools required:

    Basic tool kit (screwdriver's, pliers, hobby knife, hacksaw, drill etc)

    Materials:

    3 feet of petg
    E-tape
    Machine screw, nut and washers.
    Tarzan's grip or similar adhesive.

    To start, here's the internals. Nothing really worth tinkering with inside. I just re-lubed the pump o-ring, and that was about it. OPV is still intact.

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    To remove the turret, you need to drill out the centre of the orange endcap, to access a hidden screw:

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    To remove the AR's, you first need to remove the barrels from the turret. Just a bit of a wiggle using a pair of needle-nose pliers seem to work fine for me. Barrels removed:

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    Air Restrictor's just fall out:

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    Barrels removed:

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    Drill this end out, so you can install the new petg barrels. Before:

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    After:

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    Petg barrels, 100mm long. The original barrels are tapered, so just use e-tape to get them to nest perfectly. I just used a little bit of tarzan's grip to secure the petg as well as the e-tape.

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    The priming handle is very weak. To fix this, I just drilled a whole straight through each half of the grip, and used a suitable machine screw to connect it all. Pretty simple fix really.

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    Finished Product:

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    Ranges:

    Tested using custom-weighted blue foam stinger's, PTG.

    92 ft minimum
    144 ft maximum
    The majority of darts landed around 120 ft.

    Cheers,


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    Post  evozn Thu Feb 16, 2012 12:57 pm

    Wouldn't an optimum barrel length be 1 foot?
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    Post  clunk07 Thu Feb 16, 2012 1:14 pm

    evozn wrote:Wouldn't an optimum barrel length be 1 foot?

    To be honest, I really can't be bothered having to ram-rod darts. It's way too much hassle. And, seeing as most wars seem to be capping blaster's at around the 120ft range, this works out quite well. Also decreases the chance of snapping barrels, and you don't have to worry with spacers etc.

    Cheers,


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