What does removing the air restrictor do in a Nerf gun?

Removing the air restrictor increases the power and range of your blaster by a noticeable amount. It also makes it much louder when firing, which is very intimidating to others.

What do air restrictors do?

Air restrictors are used to represent pieces inside of a Nerf blaster that cut off air flow when the dart is not all the way back in the barrel, to prevent the plunger system from becoming damaged when dry fired. They are normally located in the back the blaster’s barrel and are often attached to the dart post.

What is the difference between Nerf Strongarm and disruptor?

The Nerf Disruptor is basically a newer version of the Nerf Strongarm. The only difference that I can tell is that the Disrupter is easier/faster to load because you don’t have to flip out the barrel like the Strongarm. Same great Nerf quality.

What do you call an air restrictor in Nerf?

An air restrictor, commonly called an AR, is one of a blaster’s internal components. It is a term used by Nerfers in the modification community.

How big of a spring do I need for a Nerf Strongarm?

If you decide to replace the spring, first you need to buy either a replacement spring or upgrade spring. I’m pretty sure the spring has the equivalent of 5kg of force. If you are going to modify your spring, I’d recommend a 6kg spring or 7kg spring. All you have to do is remove the spring from the plunger and put the new one in.

Can a Nerf Strongarm be a breech loading gun?

This article will help you make a simple NERF Strongarm into a breech-loading gun (back-loading gun), allow you to prime the gun while the cylinder is ejected, and make the priming mechanism much more comfortable. I’ll also go over the steps to change out your spring and make it stronger, even though I didn’t do it myself.

How do you remove a Nerf Strongarm in paintball?

This includes Reverse loading, AR removal, and Paintball firing. Butterfly the strongarm. Keep the screws in a safe place. When you take off the cocking handle, a spring will be screwed to one half. Remove the screw and spring, but PUT THE SCREW BACK IN. It is notoriously easy to lose. Remove the cylinder.