Here's the premise, a couple years ago I went to my local K-Mart and purchased a Daisy Model 2003 Semi-auto Pellet repeater, at the time I bought it for around $40, I got the pistol for taking out unwarry birds and squirrels in my back yard(and must say it worked wonders), this pistol has a 35 shot helical feed magazine and has a TRUE Blow back action(meaning the bolt cocks itself with the excess gas after each shot). Later I figured since the gun functions like a true semi-auto then it could easily be converted to full-auto, well after a bit of tinkering around I found out I WAS RIGHT, I was able to come up with a simple modification to convert the gun to fire full-auto............Skip a few years ahead.....Upon posting this story on Survivors SKS discussion forum(long story), it seems that an interest in these air pistols and a way to convert them to full auto has resurged, a couple days after the posting on the SKS board I dug out my pistol, ripped it apart, figured out how I converted it and drew up some plans from there, upon doing so I emailed these plans to a few individuals who were interested, well now it seems that maybye there's an even greater interest in this conversion, so this page is a reply to that demand.....Below you will find various texts and drawings that will aid you in converting this pistol to full-auto.
2003 Specs from Daisy airguns website
Model 2003 - $66.95
Another Daisy first. This is the first CO2 powered, 35-shot
pellet handgun ever offered. Features a removable, helical
clip, classic styling and velocities to 400 fps.
ACTION: Semi-automatic CO2
CALIBER: .177 (4.5mm) pellet
SIGHTS: Fixed blade front, fixed open rear
GRIP: Engineering resin construction with checkered grip and thumb rest
MAGAZINE: 35-shot helical clip
SAFETY: Crossbolt trigger block
BARREL: Rifled steel
MUZZLE VELOCITY: 400 fps.
MAX. SHOOTING DISTANCE: 224 yds.
OVERALL LENGTH: 11.7 in.
WEIGHT: 2.2 lbs.
Note: In most states Airguns are not controlled by any laws which govern firearms therefore this conversion is completely LEGAL in MOST states, I have been informed that Airguns DO fall under firearms regulations in MA and IL, therefore attempting this conversion in those states may constitute a FELONY, please check your state and local laws regarding the legality of airguns before attempting this modification, failing to do so may get you a nice long stay in Club-FED! Also following through with this modification WILL void any Warranty you previously had on the pistol, you also take a chance of damaging it, which I cannot be held responsible for.
Before you get started the first thing you'll need of course is a Daisy Model 2003, the first place you'll want to check is your local K-mart, Wallmart, and Meijers stores, if they do not carry them try your local gunshop or sporting goods store, if you are having trouble finding one, here's a few links to companies selling 2003s over the net.
Here's some detailed instructions posted on subguns.com by Jay Bell, Read these first as they help familiarize you with the gun, and get a basic idea of what you're doing.
Click here to read Jays instructions