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nerfingnoob
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« on: April 17, 2007, 07:12:53 pm »

First off, the Lanard Blast Bazooka (LBB) is the easiest gun i have ever modified.  It has no barrel post and the air restrictor is in the front. You can take it out without even opening the gun but that is a bit harder.

1) First off, open the gun up. Not very hard at all. Here is what is should look like.


2) See that little gray piece on the end of the orange barrel? You probably do, for people who don't know, its protecting little kids who want to shoot screwdrivers at people. I on the other hand, shot a fondue fork out of it and from 10 feet away it stabbed into drywall. So, just get some pliers or screwdriver and pop the little thing out. It will take a few tries because its glued in there. Heres a picture of before and after.
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3) You are done if all you want is about 60-70 feet out of it. Just stuff a Stefan down the orange barrel, pump 10 times, and shoot. Beware though, my LBB likes to fart. By this I mean that if i don't pull the trigger all the way down, it wont let all the air out and only shoot 40 feet. Just make sure you ram the dart as far as possible and pull the trigger hard and fast. If you want better range, put on a brass barrel ( i don't have brass) or CPVC. For the brass use 9/16 ( don't know if that is correct but i think it is for micros) and 1/2" for the CPVC. You going to need to dremel the CPVC out a bit though. With a barrel i got around 80 feet. When i added my CPVC barrel, i just used hot glue to stick it together, than a few layers of electrical tape to hold it tight. You may want something to hold the barrel though, the tape is sort of week.

4) Plugging the pump will get you 100+ feet. I loose all my darts when they go over my yard and into my neighbor's. How to plug the pump will come after school Wednesday. As always, don't shoot little kids, this thing fully pumped, modded, and filled with a Stefan hurts. Leaves a bigger welt than my friends air soft rifle.


PS: Here is the link to the normal sized pictures. http://s168.photobucket.com/albums/u162/Nerfingnoob/      Don't know if they are too big or not and i don't know how to resize them correctly.

First mod writeup so bear with me please.
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« Reply #1 on: April 17, 2007, 09:54:36 pm »

First mod writeup so bear with me please.

It was quite a good writeup. In particular, it was very clearly explained for those who are just getting into Nerf. The pictures might be just a little too big, but at least they're easy to see. I know of one way to resize them, but it isn't the best so I'll leave it up to others to help you.

I'm pretty sure that 9/16" is the correct size.

How did you dremel down the entire length of your CPVC barrel? (I'm thinking that's what you're saying you did)
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« Reply #2 on: April 18, 2007, 01:04:22 pm »

I dont have a dremel. I got my power drill and some perfect size drill bit (dont know the name) and drilled out the innards of the CPVC. Its still a tight fit for the darts and was much faster in my opinion then a dremel.
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« Reply #3 on: April 18, 2007, 05:08:40 pm »

Actually, I don't see how you could dremel out anything that is only 1/2" diameter and is more than a few inches in length. That's why I was wondering how the heck you could have done that.
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« Reply #4 on: April 18, 2007, 07:31:21 pm »

Here is how to plug the pump without a dremel. Go here if you have a dremel because its made for people with dremels. http://nerfhaven.com/forums/lofiversion/index.php?t6586.html

1) Open it up and look at the tail end of the gun where the handle and pump are. Focus on this thing because thats where the pump is hiding.

2) Turn your hot glue gun up to the maximum heat and let it get to its maximum heat before starting. Any lower and it wont do much. Then, start melting about 1mm down into the plastic, not to deep to make a hole but enough to weaken the bond. Once you make your way, slowly, around start wiggling and pulling on the thing like it was a loose tooth. Don't pull to hard or it could break. Before and Afters.
BEFORE

After (you pull the "tooth" out)

(sorry for the crappy pictures. I hate my camera.)

3) There should be 4 holes around the blue rod near the top. Plug those with a dab of glue. I think those are the saftey things that dont let you over expand it. I could be wrong.

(same picture i know, but its the best one i got.)
4) Go to the top where the gray circle thing is. Take some hot glue and fill it all up except for the 2 holes on the very end. The yellow circles are what you should leave open. If you cover it up by mistake i guess you could just put the nozzle close to the glue and unmelt it. You might need to burn your finger getting it out. I lost the feeling in my thumb and my index finger from so many burns.


5) All done. Put it back together, and you may need to hot glue to "tooth" back on if it wont stay. I just needed to put 3 dabs for it to stick, then wrapped it in Electrical tape to be safe. If you did it right you should feel it get super hard to push after 10-15 pumps. I wont have ranges for awhile, my mom doesn't want me going and shooting in my street after what happened this week.
FINISHED PRODUCT



Questions or comments should be answered on here. If i don't see them, you can PM me. Thanks.

(any help on how to resize pictures would be greatly appreciated.)

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« Reply #5 on: April 18, 2007, 07:33:53 pm »

well shooting inside did you see a big change?
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« Reply #6 on: April 18, 2007, 08:36:22 pm »

Nice mod.
And fully modded LBB's are very dangerous and shouldn't be shot inside.
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« Reply #7 on: April 18, 2007, 11:24:51 pm »

And fully modded LBB's are very dangerous and shouldn't be shot inside.

Yeah, there was this one time I shot my brother in the back of the head at point blank range and killed...I mean...he was perfectly fine!  angel

(Note: That did not happen, and I would definitely advise against doing it.)
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« Reply #8 on: April 19, 2007, 04:48:25 am »

well shooting inside did you see a big change?

I don't know,  my shooting range is only about 50 feet. Also, don't shoot it inside with a loaded Stefan. I put dents in my wall with it. Also, don't put a screwdriver or something inside like i did. It shot a fondue fork into drywall about 1 inch. Very dangerous but fun.
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« Reply #9 on: April 19, 2007, 05:07:55 am »

knock off targets in your basement. Or put targets on the stairs. thats what I do. Also shooting at the wall with powerful gun breakes your darts sometimes...
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« Reply #10 on: April 19, 2007, 10:39:33 am »

If I was Canadian I might say:" Holy hork nice mod eh!"  grin

But i'm not Canadian....So I'll say nice MOD, Thanks for the content. We need it!
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« Reply #11 on: April 19, 2007, 02:08:53 pm »

So are you range testing today?
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« Reply #12 on: April 19, 2007, 02:11:57 pm »

So are you range testing today?

I might, got a huge Shakespeare test to study for... YAWN! So much pointless stuff we learn in school. It is also windy and it is blowing the wrong way. So the dart would either go with or against the wind. I love this weather we are having. That was sarcasm by the way  azn
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« Reply #13 on: April 19, 2007, 07:00:07 pm »

If I was Canadian I might say:" Holy hork nice mod eh!"  grin

But i'm not Canadian....So I'll say nice MOD, Thanks for the content. We need it!
I'm Canadian and you don't see me insulting Americans.
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« Reply #14 on: April 19, 2007, 07:55:16 pm »

police police police

Okay, before this breaks into an argument, everybody just cool it. I don't want this thread to be closed before Nerfingnoob posts ranges (etc.), and I definitely don't want anyone banned from the forum.

And if you really must argue, at least use PMs or something.
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