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.

Parts

No parts required.

  1. 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.

  2. 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.

    • 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.

    • Tug the plunger cap off.

    • Screws are 9.6 mm Phillips #0.

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

Conclusion

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

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Do you know anywhere that you can buy a replacement plunger? Thanks

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