1. A Pre-Compression spacer for the spring.
2. A Spacer in front of the 5 Shot cylinder to push it against the Plunger Tube
3. To glue back the AR, but don't take it out or else you lose 10' flat.
So lets get down to it....
Now here is the mystery, the more you do with this blaster, the worse it gets! At this point with Zombie Strike Dart I had 90ish flat, however when I tried again i could only get it to 75 at most. As soon as you teflon tape the Plunger head, take out the AR, you loose speed. Also, my main one is backed off right now because this is very hard to prime, even for a big guy like me. So right now I am pulling 60-70 with a 3/8ths Nylon spacer, and I am fine with that.
But one more surprise!
The holes in the accessory rail make my favorite scope a simple,drop in accessory, a 1x30mm B-style red dot sight, is that tacticool or what.!
My favorite Nerf revolver EVER!
Until then remember...it's stronger than it looks!