Introduction: Nerf Nite Finder Mod

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This mod is a CPVC coupler and draw extension mod, i did do a spring replacement but not in this tutorial.  Its an older nite finder and i wanted to keep looking the sam as possible, but at the end i ended up minimizing it.

Step 1: Open Your Blaster

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As you can see in the intro I am starting out with a stock nite finder. Now of course you are going to want to take out the screws, and the one where the batteries go on the bottom.

Step 2:

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Once you have opened your blaster it should look like this

Step 3: Air Restrictor Removal

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Now your going to want to unscrew your plunger tube and take it out.

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Now your going to break up your barrel assembly, by removing the barrel, then taking pliers and pulling out that connector and you can throw it away.  Next you will want to cut off the barrel post and then drill it out.

Step 5: Plunger Tube Assembly

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Now you glue on your drilled out air restrictor blate onto the plunger tube and secure it with elctrical tape.

Step 6: Partial Minimizing

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Now you can cut to your purposes, if your keeping the light in, do it like this, then widen your whole for your CPVC coupler.

Step 7: Assembly

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Now glue on your coupler and put it back together

Step 8: Finished!

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Now your finished, this is what it looks like now with a full minmization, check out my video with its paint job and firing test:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=34_BYV_IF9s

Comments

pro123 (author)2013-12-18

I did the same mod with mine and getting great ranges

pro123 (author)2013-12-18

I like the paint job

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