The actual prop is 70" in length so extend the barrels and the stock for sure. The main portion of the body might need a slight extension as well but all in all, I think it would be pretty do-able.
Definitely worth the price tag for costumers looking to mod it into a useable prop. Specially since it comes with built in lights and sounds where as a 3D printed prop does not and still runs about the same amount money wise.
I did a quick comparo in photoshop and a few things become readily apparent:
1. Stock is innacurate - needs to slope down behind the trigger guard.
2. Reverse "L" shaped bracket around the frame - and the front of the frame are inaccurate.
3. Scope is too short, and diameter is too large
4. Barrel and underbarrel are too thick - especially the underbarrel.
5. Front fork is too thiqq.
I think overall its too inaccurate to be salvageable for purists but with a good paint up it'll be very convincing.
Looks awesome! Got one in pre order for some time. I'll definitly mod it as much as possible to get it more accurate, but I love the base of it, aswell as the lock and load mechanism plus the sounds. I wouldn't mind sacrificing the actual firing of darts function but I think it's fun to save the rest. Still hasnt gotten in however.