Ahh the classic Nerf blaster, the 2006 Nerf strikefire. Today i will show you how to remove the strikefire's air restrictor and show you how to get a better seal between your piston and cylinder.
Step 1: Dissasembling the Strikefire
First you want to remove the slide screws and remove the slide.
Step 2: Disassembling the Strikefire (Continued)
Now you want to remove all the other frame screws after you have removed the slide, Now you just take one side off the blaster.
Step 3: Disasembling the Strikefire (Continued)
Now you want to remove the piston from the plunger and remove the o-ring.
Step 4: Removing the AR
Now you want to take a pipe cutter and cut on the line by the end of the plunger. In here you will find the AR.
Step 5: Removing the AR (Continued)
Now, you want to remove the air restrictor, you pull out the small spring and the loose plastic bit.
Step 6: Removing the AR (Continued)
Now at this step you need to drill out the center to allow higher air flow.
Step 7: Closing Up the Plunger Tube
Now you can take a file and file down the sharp edges where the cut was made.
Step 8: Closing Up the Plunger Tube (Continued)
Now you want to take super glue and seal the two pieces back together and let it dry.
Step 9: Sealing the Barrel Air Leak
Now at this step you want to seal up the hole on the side of the barrel with super glue.
Step 10: Stengthening the O-Ring Seal
Now you want to Take thread Seal Tape and wrap it around the plunger where the o-ring goes. After this, you put to o-ring back on. The tape pushes out the o-ring for a better seal.
Step 11: Lubricating the Plunger and Piston
Now you want to take Silicone grease or vasoline and rub it in the plunger and on the Piston.
Step 12: Re-assembling the Strikefire
Now you just put all the pieces back in place and screw it all back together. you can also make a distinct marking to remember its the Modded blaster.
You Can also increase power by using 2 o-rings,A stonger spring or one bigger o ring.
* You can also use a tight brass barrel.