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Hi everyone, I'm new here.

I wonder if someone could point me in the right direction?

I have modified my 105 buck to be a bore-loaded, single-shot paintball gun....It works rather well at close range, but I need to add a stronger spring.

Does anyone know where I can get a diagram to disassemble the gun as well as a stronger spring?

Thanks!

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Hey all.  I was wondering how and if I could modify my Buffalo Bill scout bb gun.  Thanks for your help and support.

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Originally posted by pinball-1 pinball-1 wrote:

Hello, yes I was talking about that spring fork. You can contact Daisy for a parts drawing but I dont know if it will say dimensions. The Red Ryder and the 1894 are similar? In my opinion they are TOTALLY different. Again all the trouble you will go throught to get a little more power, may not be worth it.

Good advise..Enjoy the little guns for what they are..Want more power or precision, get a higher end gun.

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Good advice, no doubt. They are but little guns and weren't designed to be seriously upgraded.

Then again, a model 95 that could shoot near 500 fps would be a very convenient and FUN way to curb the local red squirrel population. Even if the lever action was a bit more laborious, the trade off would be worth it (to me at least).

As long as no real Daisys were actually ruined in the making of this, shall we say.... super-gun, I'd have to say that I'm definitely "pro-modify".

Just thinking out loud here.....I think the trick would simply be finding the optimum spring. Removing the OEM spring and installing a new high performance spring would automatically give the gun more power. The problem is getting the new spring to fit both compressed and decompressed within the same confines as the original spring.

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NVM about the buffalo bill modification.  Forgot it was collectable :D
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The reason I like the non-mod power on, say a 105 Buck is that it makes a great cat deterrent...Won't penetrate at like 50 ft. but eventually teaches them to stay the heck out of my yard!
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