Time for another walkthrough. This mod will add a hand removable section to your bolt allowing you to remove and service your shocker bolt without tools. It will also redirect the puff of air released from the eigen bolt up and away from your face and body. It works on stock sft guides, evolve guides, Gen1 nzd adj guides, and any other guide that is flat or domed on the back.
TOOLS NEEDED - hacksaw or coping saw , sandpaper, dremel/drill, 1/8"(or similar) drill bit
MATERIALS - (2) 1 Liter soda bottle's , plastic dip , your choice of paint (spray paint, automotve, duracoat, ect...)
STEP 1 - Get 2 liter soda bottles with the cap style of your choice.
STEP 2 - Cut the top off 1 of the soda bottles right at the neck. Remove the cap and saftey seal before cutting because its much easier than after.
STEP 3 - Sand the end completely flat but leave a rough sanded finnish on that surface.
STEP 4 - Drill 4 or 5 1/8" holes spaced about 1/32" apart in the threaded part. The hole should clump up on one side as seen in the picture. Clean up the holes with a small razor blade.
STEP 5 - Now you can either paint the threaded section to match your gun or leave it as bare plastic if it happens to match your gun already. Personally I used a black epoxy spray paint and once it cures holds up very well to wear. If you are using a domed bolt guide like evolve or gen 1 ndz guide then use a hair dryer to heat the sanded face of the threaded seaction. After 30 seconds or so line the threaded section up with the back of the bolt guide and force it to conform to the domed shape with your fingers.
STEP 6 - Take the second liter bottle and dry out the inside and wipe the cap clean with a degreaser.
STEP 7 - Plastic dip the cap all the way past the saftey seal on the bottle. Follow the instructions on the plastic dip can for best results with it. Dip the cap 2-4 times for durability.
STEP 8 - Once the cap is completely dry use a razor to make a cut right between the cap and saftey seal. Cut closer to the safey seal so there is extra rubber to cover the end of the cap completely.
STEP 9 - Now screw your bolt guide into your gun and line up the holes on the back cap facing up. Wipe the areas clean with degreaser and glue the cap section to the bolt guide. I use hot glue because it holds rock solid in normal tempatures (50-95*f) but can still easily be removed later. To remove it I just set the guide in the freezer for 15 minutes and it will break right off. If you want it to be permanent then use an epoxy such as jb weld.