-IF YOU'VE BEEN HAVING ISSUES WITH THE SLIDE GETTING STUCK THIS WILL SOLVE YOUR PROBLEM.
Step 1: THE OUTTER BARREL
- Your gonna need to start with drilling the bottom side of the outer barrel. There is not really a lot of room for error so make sure that you mark the area where you need to drill and do it carefully. You only have about a quarter of an inch to work with.
If you have a WE version there is a little mold type circle that you can see in the picture. I marked my drilling point on the bottom lip of that circle. (see Pic)
Also use as small a screw that you can work with thats not cheap! -Because you don't want it breaking.
Step 2: THE SPACER
There is one that will just almost fit on to the inner barrel but the outer diameter will fit snug on the inside of your outer barrel that you've previously drilled.
-Just drill the inside of the nylon spacer (slightly) so that it fits tightly on the inner barrel. Meaning that you have to almost force it on. This will ensure that the the two pieces will never move apart from each other while your shooting.
I know it might sound confusing but just take your barrels to the HOME DEPOT and find the one that fits snug.
Step 3: POSITIONING THE OUTER BARREL
The reason that you do this is because when the slide snaps forward it will smack the end of the outer barrel and could cause the two joined pieces to loosen.
---- If you have a stronger recoil spring this will definitely smack the outer barrel too hard. it's better to leave a slight gap.
Step 4: FINE ADJUSTING
Step 5: LINE IT UP
Step 6: KEEPING THE INNER BARREL STRAIGHT
Step 7: EXAMPLE OF CENTERED INNER BARREL
Step 8: DOUBLE CHECK
Step 9: COMPLETED MOD
It's really simple and works because you get rid of the timing issues when the slide recoils back and the outer barrel pushes downward and forward -then back to the staring position.
THINGS THAT CAN AFFECT TIMING:
-stronger recoil springs
-stronger hammer springs
-a modified hammer
-different gases and temperature
-cheap blowback housing unit
These wont matter anymore if the outer barrel stays together as one piece!
Step 10: EXTRA STUFF
I have to thank youtube for showing me the way. I still wanted my slide lock to function so I reshaped the half circle that the slide stop comes out to the shape of the catch......See my picture :) - Your gonna need a DREMEL or a thin file but its easy to reshape because the slide material is soft.
The Spacer is exactly the same size and length that I used to join the two barrels together.
-You can cut the spacer .25 of an inch if you take out the rubber buffer.
Step 11: HAMMER & SEAR
-It gets in the way of speed shooting and full auto mods due to high recoil and timing issues with MOD'd hammer/sears.
"GETTING RID OF THE SECONDARY WILL GIVE YOU MORE OF A GUARANTEE THAT YOUR GUN WILL FIRE ALL THE TIME"
Step 12: SUPER SHORT
Step 13: SOME OTHER THINGS
-ohhh and don't listen to that guy that says to shave the top of the hammer that the bottom of the slide catches on. It's not gonna fix your problem.
There are a couple of things like shaving the inside of the slide where the two nubs that the outer barrel mates with might help. I shaved the inside of my slide but for some reason I can't post anymore pics for the instructable....I think I might need a PRO MEMBERSHIP. I can only post 13 pictures so your just gonna have to imagine it....and it is very hard to get your DREMEL or cutting tool in there....sorry:(