Mod Shop – Nerf Longshot – OzNerfNerd Shotgun Grip

The week before last we ran through the install of an OzNerfNerd Longshot kit and today we’re here with a sort of ‘part 2’ if you would. Today we’ll be installing the OzNerfNerd Longshot Shotgun Grip.
For those who haven’t seen an ONN Grip before, we’ll have a quick sneaky at the finished product we’re aiming for today.

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Tools/Materials needed…

Phillips head screwdriver
5mm Allen key
Large pliers/10mm spanner
Drill + 5-6mm bit
Hot glue + gun
Small length of PVC pipe or something similar
Dremel with cutting wheel
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We’ll start with the blaster in question.

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Start by removing the stock.

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Then pry the priming handle apart with a claw hammer.

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Then you can remove the rest of the screws in the shell. All the screws excluding the two at the very front are the same so that makes things easier for us.

Here you see the three screws (2 black, one silver) holding the bipod in place. Remove those on both halves of the shell.

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Then reassemble the shell.

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Can you guess where this is going?

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We’ll need to trim the bipod mounts off a little bit.

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Like so. Do this  for both sides.

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Insert the back part of the grip and tighten the bolt enough that it’s not going to let go, but still loose enough to allow the grip to move freely back and forward.

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Slide the front of the grip upwards until it’s level, then mark the very back of the slide cutout.

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Drill a hole right though both halves of the shell where we made a mark int he above step.

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Which should let you slide the second bolt all the way through.

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Again, tighten the bolt enough that it’s not going to let go, but still loose enough to allow the grip to move freely back and forward.

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Put the stock back on but pull it as far back as you can.

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Cut two lengths of PVC then hot glue them into the back of the stock. This means that the stock can’t collapse on you when trying to prime the blaster, which can happen if you depend solely on the lock it originally had.

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Reassemble the stock and we’re done. One OzNerfNerd Shotgun Grip on a Nerf Longshot.

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