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    CWC Nerf Sharpshooter Mod - barrel replacement, spring addition

    clunk07
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    CWC Nerf Sharpshooter Mod - barrel replacement, spring addition Empty CWC Nerf Sharpshooter Mod - barrel replacement, spring addition

    Post  clunk07 Thu Feb 16, 2012 1:11 pm

    Hey,

    Another semi-vintage blaster mod, and again, very simple and quick.

    Tools Required:

    Basic toolkit (screwdriver's, pliers, hacksaw etc etc)
    Rotary tool
    Pipe cutters

    Materials Required:

    9/16" brass tubing
    E-tape
    Replacement spring

    Okay, so here's the internals, removed from the shell:

    CWC Nerf Sharpshooter Mod - barrel replacement, spring addition Dsc_0025

    If you look down the barrel, you can see the AR. Cut the barrel on the plunger-side of the AR, and wrap it in e-tape so it nests inside the brass. Cut the brass to length, so that it's flush with the front of the blaster, and use a bit of superglue if you want to secure it to the existing barrel. I added some tightening rings, which isn't really necessary. I also used the BT SharpShot spring, in combination with the stock spring.

    CWC Nerf Sharpshooter Mod - barrel replacement, spring addition Dsc_0026

    You'll also need to dremel out this lip, so that the brass tubing will fit.

    CWC Nerf Sharpshooter Mod - barrel replacement, spring addition Dsc_0027

    Everything reassembled, with the new barrel and spring:

    CWC Nerf Sharpshooter Mod - barrel replacement, spring addition Dsc_0028

    To secure the end of the brass barrel inside the blaster, I used and old bush from a car suspension kit. Absolutely perfect fit, just needed to wrap the end with some e-tape. Of course, you could just use e-tape or something similar.

    CWC Nerf Sharpshooter Mod - barrel replacement, spring addition Dsc_0029

    Such a perfect fit, and finishes off the barrel upgrade rather nicely.

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    Finished Product:

    CWC Nerf Sharpshooter Mod - barrel replacement, spring addition Dsc_0031

    Ranges:

    Tests were carried out using custom-weighted blue foam stinger's, as well as blue foam heavy sili's. PTG.

    Stinger's: Avg 82 ft.
    Heavy Sili's: Avg 77 ft.

    Cheers,



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