Introduction

Moving components in your blaster can be accessed by removing the outer casing. This guide shows how to access these inner components.

Parts

No parts required.

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  • While holding the blaster, rotate the barrel assembly in the counter-clockwise direction and pull away from the blaster.

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  • Remove the stock of the blaster by pushing the orange tabs downward while pulling the stock away from the blaster.

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  • Remove the ammunition clip from the blaster by forcing the sliding mechanism backwards, pushing the orange tabs downward, and pulling the ammunition clip away.

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  • Remove the air intake restrictor by removing the 2 – 8mm phillips-head screws.

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Image 1/2: Two of the screws must be removed with sliding mechanism in the forward position. Another two must be removed with the sliding mechanism in the back position. Image 2/2: There are several springs that may become displaced during this procedure. Proceed with the utmost caution.
  • Remove the 11 – 8mm and 2 - 10mm phillips-head screws from the left side of the blaster and carefully remove the outer casing.

  • Two of the screws must be removed with sliding mechanism in the forward position. Another two must be removed with the sliding mechanism in the back position.

  • There are several springs that may become displaced during this procedure. Proceed with the utmost caution.

Itd be nice if we got a pic comparing the internals to an old yellow nerf recon (if you have one). I wonder how much changes between generations.

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ericharman

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How do I clean the slider track?

devinwhaley - Reply

Mine had a chopped off dart head stuck in the trigger mechanism.

I had to partially disassemble in order to be able to free the slide which was covering 1 screw.

Overall, it was very easy. Only challenge is keeping track of the screws, as they're not all the same.

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