Introduction

A fatigued firing spring can be detrimental to your blaster’s performance. This guide shows how to disassemble the blaster to replace this component. There many small components such as screws and springs that will be removed in this procedure. Be sure to record their locations for easy reassembly.

Tools

No tools required.

Parts

No parts required.

While holding the blaster, rotate the barrel assembly in the counter-clockwise direction and pull away from the blaster.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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. Remove the air intake restrictor by removing the 2 – 8mm phillips-head screws.
  • Remove the air intake restrictor by removing the 2 – 8mm phillips-head screws.

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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.
  • 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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The firing spring may be energized. If so, carefully release spring pressure before proceeding. While holding down the white air chamber, pull the firing spring backwards to remove it from the blaster.
  • The firing spring may be energized. If so, carefully release spring pressure before proceeding.

  • While holding down the white air chamber, pull the firing spring backwards to remove it from the blaster.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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