View Full Version : to remove the shroud without cutting it off

06-19-2006, 11:04 AM
ok so if you dont have access to somthing to cut the shroud off or want to be able to put it back on here is what you do (continue to step 8)
this can allso be done to take the fore grip off (continue only to step 3)

1. there are 2 allen screws under the fore grip that hold it on unscrew those and the fore grip will become loose
2. (you may want to watch spyder's tutorial video on how to take off/replace an air hose first) using a wrench unscrew female part of the disconnect hose from the male part on the drop forward
or unscrew the dropforward if you dont want to mess with the air hose
3. slide the fore grip down or off of the gun and air hose. (if you are taking the grip off screw on the air hose or dropforward and then youre done)
4. now that the fore grip is off you will see that the shroud is a seperate part that is held on with an allen screw(s)
5. unscrew the allen screw(s) and slide the shroud off
6. slide the foregrip on (if you want it on still) and then screw in the allen screw(s) that hold it on the main body
7. screw on the female part of the air hose to the male part on the drop forward
8. place new barrel on gun

NOTE: the barrel does not need to be taken off during this procedure

06-19-2006, 11:36 AM
thanks for posting this but i think most people here already knew about it

06-19-2006, 12:09 PM
oh well they should make a sticky of a list of problems and this how to take the shroud off so people arent asking the same question over and over again

06-19-2006, 06:43 PM
who would have cut the shroud off anyway?

06-20-2006, 04:59 AM
Ehm I think everybody knows this from just looking at the MR2. You can see at the shroud can be taken off. You don't need to remove the foregrip off the marker to take off the shroud :)

06-20-2006, 08:43 AM
yes you do becouse the foregrip covers up the screw on the shroud

06-20-2006, 01:15 PM
yes but you don't have to take it completley off the whole gun-
You dont have to disconnect the hose

06-20-2006, 02:24 PM
just disconect the drop forward from the handle and slide the foregrip down, and thats all you need to do to get at it

06-20-2006, 02:32 PM
yes but you don't have to take it completley off the whole gun-
You dont have to disconnect the hose

yeah but you have to disconect it or the drop forward to bring it down enough to get at the screw stated by thebiest

06-20-2006, 04:19 PM