Blasters that are not modified are considered "stock blasters".
Air restrictor removalEdit
The simplest and most basic modification, modders remove components from the blaster called air restrictors in order to increase a blaster's range and accuracy. Removing it also allows the blaster to fire darts that are not meant for it. The air restrictors are typically found inside of the barrels where darts are launched. It is quite possibly the most common form of modding. Air restrictors restrict the amount of air-flow that reaches the dart. They also help cushion the plunger, so it is less-likely to break.
Barrel replacements Edit
Some modders replace the barrels in their blaster. When adding a new barrel, the darts will have a greater accuracy, and greater range. Modders usually use brass, CVPC, or PETG tubes as replacement barrels.
Spring replacement is simple and is when the modder replaces the spring on their blaster. The spring can improve power greatly. Though if putting in a stronger spring, the modder should increase the catch spring, pad the plunger, and use modded darts. These will make the plunger less likely to snap from increase in power.
Stretching a spring is also simple. The spring is removed from the blaster and is stretched out by hand a bit. However, this mod only lasts for a few shots and generally reduces the lifespan of the spring. A spring replacement is suggested for long term use.
Integration involves integrating two or more blasters to a single object. Integrations (such as Mavericks to Longshots, Recons to Nite Finders, etc.) are popular among the modding community. These are usually done by chopping a blaster down, and attaching it to another blaster via epoxy putty, hot glue or other methods.