Introduction

The plunger works with the main spring to launch the dart. The o-ring creates a tight seal to stop air from leaking out when the main spring is compressed. This allows for a more powerful shot.

Skip this step if magazine is already removed.
  • Skip this step if magazine is already removed.

  • Pull slide back.

  • Pull backwards on release buttons and slide magazine out.

  • Push slide back forward and pull trigger.

Use the Phillips #0 Screwdriver to remove these 9 screws.
  • Use the Phillips #0 Screwdriver to remove these 9 screws.

  • All screws marked in red are 9.6 mm Phillips #0 screws.

  • Note that left most screw is longer than the rest and is a 18.6 mm Phillips #0 screw.

Pull slide back to reveal more screws. Remove these 2 screws.
  • Pull slide back to reveal more screws.

  • Remove these 2 screws.

  • Push slide forward.

  • Pull trigger to release compression of the main spring.

  • Screws are 9.6 mm Phillips #0.

  • Pulling the trigger will keep spring from launching out of the gun when the two halves are separated.

Remove the screws on the plunger cap.
  • Remove the screws on the plunger cap.

  • Tug the plunger cap off.

  • Screws are 9.6 mm Phillips #0.

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Remove the 2 screws on the slide.
  • Remove the 2 screws on the slide.

  • Screws are 9.6 mm Phillips #0.

  • Hold the two halves of the gun together to prevent any springs from launching out.

Pull the gun apart at the middle seam. Watch for any springs that might launch out.
  • Pull the gun apart at the middle seam.

  • Watch for any springs that might launch out.

Pull the spring out the back of the gun. Pull the spring out the back of the gun.
  • Pull the spring out the back of the gun.

Lift the plunger guide straight up out of the gun.
  • Lift the plunger guide straight up out of the gun.

Pull the plunger out the back of the gun off of the inner piece.
  • Pull the plunger out the back of the gun off of the inner piece.

Pull the remaining half of the plunger out the back of the gun.
  • Pull the remaining half of the plunger out the back of the gun.

Use tweezers to lift the O-Ring out of groove.
  • Use tweezers to lift the O-Ring out of groove.

  • Replace with new O-Ring.

  • Optional: add a small amount of a lubricant safe for the O-Ring such as petroleum jelly.

Conclusion

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

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Ace Hardware 1/16x13/16x1/16 #37 R-80 O-Ring fits

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