You can't. In a nerf gun, there is a safety mechanism to prevent the gun from being too powerful. If you want to take the air restrictor out, then you have to take the gun apart. Hope this helped
Depends on the model. It depends on who made the BB gun.
Best left to a trained gunsmith
take apart the whole gun
You will need the services of a gunsmith
Best left to a trained professional
Take the bb gun apart, memorize or take a pic of the inside, find the jam ,and put it back togethor
there are two ways you can take a longstrike stock out the first one is to take apart the gun and remove the stock or you can mod it by filing or sanding down the front grooves of the stock. you can check on how to do this on youtube. hope this helps.
you can but it is hard you have to take apart the gun and pull the stock up and close the gun
see the youtube video link below.
Not intended for user to take apart.
Take out all screws and it should be able to be pulled apart. If stuck... Get a flathead screwdriver and pry open the nerf gun. Hope this helped.
The magazine is not meant to be taken apart and will likely shatter plastic if you try this
Please provide the model and type and manufacturer to get an answer
you'll have to take the gun apart to remove it.
Take it to a repair shop EDIT: Don't listen to that guy, you don't have to waste your time taking it to a repair shop. Simply take an unjamming rod, shove it down the barrel, and the BB should roll out the magwell. If it doesn't, take apart your gun until you have the barrel laying in front of you, then try the unjamming rod again.
you cant once you put it in you can 't take it out without taking apart the gun but if you have modded a Nerf gun before its pretty easy. But if you are really determined to get it off off and are prepared to take it apart search it up on youtube
On the left side of the safety switch there is a pin that blends into the pistol pretty well. take that pin out and the gun should come apart.
well... it depends on the type of gun if it was a maverik then you have to open it up and take off the air restrictors by drilling through it , on the other hand if it was a longshot then you would have to take the gun apart. In my opinion the bigger the gun the harder to mod
Find a competent gunsmith. Failing that, get the apppropirate owner's manual.
unless your a gun smith .. it stays on, to take it apart you side it forward
Take out all the screws on the main part of the gun. Then you have to take the stupid orange ring off the back. The ring is glued in a couple spots, so the easiest way to get it off is to cut it along the same seem that the main part of the gun would separate. Then it should just come apart.
There is no ONE .25 caliber pistol, therefore no ONE set of instructions. Contact the maker of your gun, get the owner's manual, follow directions for YOUR gun.
If you don't have an owner's manual, ask a gunsmith for help
I've been looking for that gun for ten years - give it back.
Follow the instructions that came with it. If you don't have a copy, find a gun smith.
Ask a gunsmith for help. Check out old gun books in the library.
Don't think you can. If you can take yours apart you can paint it.
What is the age of a Browning serial 96991 that has an M an O and a P in a triangle above the serial when the gun is apart and no model number?
You are going to have to identify the model number to determine the age. Take the gun to a gun shop or gun smith for assistance.
I to have this gun and yes it is the same to take apart. I guess the gun was made only one year and that was in 1979.
take it apart with a screwdriver, take out the insides, put them in again and close the gun. look for internal pictures on google or nerfhaven.
depends on the marker, generally, take it apart, clean it and lube it, put it back together
Their is probably a jam that is preventing the gears to turn. Stop pulling the trigger (it wears down the gun), and do one of these 3 option. A) Take apart the gun (at your own risk) and figure out what is wrong one step at a time. B) Take to a gun to someone with experience with airsoft gun maintenance experience. C) Buy a new gun
Follow instructions in the owners manual. Find a gun smith if you don't have one and ask for help.
Best left to a gun smith. No need to take apart for normal maintenance.
When you take it apart, you alter the configuration of the sights to the gun. If you didn't resight it in, it won't shot anywhere near the right place. However, it should be consistently off; firing "all over" means you might have damaged something in the barrle. Take it apart again, clean it carefully and thoroughly, and inspect all parts of the weapon that you can. Reassemble, resight and test. If it still doesn't shoot… Read More
You first remove the bolt or screw that holds the 'puller ' in the barrel right at the front of the tool. - I can't imagine why you would want to though, buying a new one is much more cost-effective than trying to fix an old one.
A good place to start is an exploded veiw of the gun and parts. See the link below
Yes I have a bunch of airsoft gun's and i have used ammo that is the wrong size... and i clogged the gun and had to take it apart to get it out.
Hold the gun TIGHTLY pulled against your shoulder when you fire, spread your feet apart, place one foot slightly ahead of the other. The recoil will rock you, but not hit you. Holding the gun lightly or slightly away from your shoulder is bad.
Ahh figure out what the problem part is than figure out how to take the gun apart and put it back together from YouTube, an airsoft forum, or from an airsoft website. Than buy the replacement part and put it in the gun. If the gun was bought for under $100 than you would be better off buying a new gun instead.
Price guns are factory made, usually pieced together on an assembly line. If you're really curious about the inner workings, you could buy a price tagging gun and take it apart.
left side front of trigger is a lever. pull down on lever and the side plate will come out. slide barrel forward and your gun is apart
It is the opening at the front of the gun where the bullet leaves the barrel.
Follow the instructions in the owner's manual. If you don't have one, go to the maker's web site. Most will provide one free of charge.
press down on the front sight and turn the hopper downwards
that depends on which type of Nerf gun. The easiest way is to buy pipes at home depot, clear ones, that flex. you get a tube the size of your bullet and another tube that fits snugly inside the tube that fits the bullet. You take apart a water gun, attach the pipes, pump and fire.
The front sight is called "the front sight."
It is the hole at the front end of the barrel where the bullet leaves the gun.