it's a lot bigger than it appears
the double A batteries are not to be shot at anyone
so lower the pressure if you are going to shoot it at someone. and not at their face
Step 1: Materials
1-1 inch PVC pipe (8 feet standard I believe)
2-1 inch end caps
1- tire replacement valve (auto parts store)
2- 1 inch, 45 degree angled elbows
1- 1 inch T valve
1- 1 inch elbow
1- 1 inch non threaded/threaded 1/2 inch adapter (elbow)
1- 1/2 inch threaded pipe (6-8 inches, depending on preference)
1- 1/2 inch threaded pipe (14 inches long, or how ever long you need your barrel
1- 1/2 inch threaded on both sides ball and socket valve
Silicone (optional for leaks)
Bike Pump W/ A GAUGE! (a compressor just doesn't work very well)
Pen ( To mark cuts)
Step 2: Measure Your Piping
Next, cut a piece of the 1 Inch piping that long.
A)Cut 1piece of the 1 inch PVC about 2 inches, just enough so it connects the vertical elbow to the T valve.
B)Measure how far you want the first compression chamber to connect to the T valve.
C) Take the same length PVC (B) and cut one the same (or a little more) length to connect the top compression chamber.
Step 3: Compression Chambers
First, Gather the last length of PVC you have (hopefully it's in one long pipe) and cut 2 equal pieces using all of the 1 inch piping. (These are the Chambers.)
Step 4: Adding the Tire Valve
Find one of your 1 inch end caps and Drill a hole big enough for the tire valve to stick out but not enough that it slips right through.
Push the tire valve through the hole and make sure it fits snuggly.
Now, super-glue the tire valve on the outside. ( the spot where it sticks out, the stem.)
Wait a good while for it to dry and make sure you cover all of the holes to avoid leaking.
Step 5: Glue!
prime the inside of the elbows, T valve, and end caps. ( you might need to add the primer and cement to the pipe instead of the end cap with the tire valve so it will cover the whole inside of the cap.)
don't prime/cement the threaded ends or valves
Step 6: Thread!
Thread the barrel 1/2 inch pipe
Step 7: FIRE!
take to a desolate area (or your driveway) and fire away from people with the heavy stuff like the batteries.
make sure if you must fire at someone (which you will) then keep the pressure low (20-35 psi)
40 psi stings quite a bit with a nerf dart
WEAR EYE PROTECTION, i cannot stress this enough.
Be safe, have fun, and my next project is a tri-barrel airsoft shotgun so look for that one as well