How to Remove the Air Restrictor in a Nerf Jolt

24,446

26

12

Introduction: How to Remove the Air Restrictor in a Nerf Jolt

Woohoo! Today I'm going to teach you how to modify your nerd jolt! Just go over to the next step to begin!

Teacher Notes

Teachers! Did you use this instructable in your classroom?
Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson.

Step 1: You Will Need...

A small cross head screwdriver, A pair of pliers, Patience (extremely needed, I almost ran out :P) and a bit of time. Remember, before we start, if you damage your gun it's your fault, you do this modification at your own risk. Please support me with future projects by pasting this link in your address bar and following it. It helps me fund materials for more cool instructables! http://bit.ly/1bpoN5k

Step 2: Taking Apart Your Jolt

First of all, you will see 4 screws at the bottom of the jolt, remove them. (Screws shown in picture). Gently slide out the assembly, however when you do this you will need to be pulling the trigger in. For Now, put this aside.

Step 3: Removing the Restrictor Spring

Using your screwdriver, gently hit the spring about until it comes loose and falls out, the air restrictor will now rattle inside the jolt. This did take me about 10 minutes. It's quite tricky so if your really need to do use a pair of pliers.

Step 4: Removing the Air Restrictor

Ok, so you've finally got to that pesky AR. Now the only way to get this out Is to chew it up into pieces with a pair of pliers until it falls out!

Step 5: Overview of the Finished Product!

Ok, I had this one next to my standard jolt and their is no range or power difference. Although, when this is fired without a bullet, it sound 100000x cooler :D Thanks for reading :)

Be the First to Share

    Recommendations

    • Backyard Contest

      Backyard Contest
    • Finish It Already Speed Challenge

      Finish It Already Speed Challenge
    • First Time Author Contest

      First Time Author Contest

    12 Discussions

    0
    mrsquidboi
    mrsquidboi

    10 months ago

    I’ve drilled and pliered screwdriver and knifed and this little sucker just won’t break

    0
    Logieman
    Logieman

    3 years ago

    good instructable. I found, however, that using scissors to remove the spring worked well, and drilling the ar a bit before pliering it worked

    0
    tinyhooman
    tinyhooman

    3 years ago

    lol I broke the AR does that count as removing it?

    0
    tinyhooman
    tinyhooman

    Reply 3 years ago

    and now there is blue plastic all over my pliers

    0
    SebastianV16
    SebastianV16

    4 years ago

    You have a much bigger chance of breaking your blaster when you dry fire it.

    0
    nerfrocketeer
    nerfrocketeer

    6 years ago

    Well, I saw it earlier... But i can find it now either... Hmm... Maybe my phone glitched up... Sorry... :(

    But it could still be featured!

    0
    Fishbones78
    Fishbones78

    6 years ago

    Hey! I cant seem to see any of my posts on the front page, are you sure my post has been featured?

    0
    nerfrocketeer
    nerfrocketeer

    6 years ago

    Hay man congratz on getting featured!

    0
    Fishbones78
    Fishbones78

    6 years ago

    I'm going to try and keep posting about mods however I need to get some more money for some new guns, thanks for subbing!

    0
    nerfrocketeer
    nerfrocketeer

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Sure! Its good to see another nerfer on this site that posts good quality ibles! ;)

    0
    nerfrocketeer
    nerfrocketeer

    6 years ago

    Cool! Are you going to keep posting mods?

    I'm going to sub you now.